Although the age of modernization has brought along many changes along with it, many people still shy away from discussing their experiences of sexuality. Sensitive topics like puberty, sexual relationships, sexual activity, sexual orientation, gender identity, atypical sexual interests, also the sexualities of special groups, such as child sexuality, adolescent sexuality, sexuality among the elderly and the disabled are often difficult to discuss. There is a lot about sex most of us do not know and cannot even explain. Our sexologists offer you the perfect comfort zone to discuss all kinds of sexology issues and benefit from their advice. Feel free to consult Best Sexologist in Delhi and seek their advice on the issues which are extremely important for a healthy living.
Sexotherapy or sex therapy is the therapeutic encounter between a clinical sexologist and an individual or a couple with the desire to change in order to achieve well-being. Sexotherapy puts emphasis on seeking a solution to a sexual difficulty, which is responsible for suffering. It also has the goal of facilitating the development of more satisfactory sexuality. Clinical Sexologists practice in private clinics or public and Para public organizations. Most graduates of the master’s program have previously obtained a bachelor’s’ degree in sexology, which allows them to oversee sexual education, and administer conferences, as well as professional training.
Best Sexologist in Delhi offers help with the range of sex problems in treatment. There are several major sexual dysfunctions.
Those in males are:
- Erectile dysfunction (inability to get or sustain a strong enough penile erection for sexual intercourse);
- retarded ejaculation (inability to reach a climax in sex easily – or at all);
- sexual addiction;
- loss or reduction of the sex drive; and
- Sexual aversion (a very strong dislike for particular aspects of sex, often leading to avoidance of sex altogether).
Among females, the main problems are:
- Lack of physiological responsiveness (lack of lubrication, and/or lack of the expansion of the vaginal canal when aroused);
- Anorgasmia (inability or difficulty to reach a climax);
- loss or reduction of the sex drive; vaginismus (tightening of the muscles surrounding the vagina when sexual intercourse is attempted);
- dyspareunia (intense pain in sexual intercourse);
- Sexual addiction.