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Sexual problems overcome in Leigh on Sea Southend Essex

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Surprisingly to most people, over 40% of enquiries received at Positively Hypnotherapy Leigh on Sea relate to sexual difficulties and problems. The range of symptoms is varied and can include:

Premature Ejeculation - Definitions of premature ejaculation have ranged from "coming within six thrusts" to "coming within two minutes" and even "coming before your partner". The last one can be particularly misleading if you have a partner who likes to take up to an hour to reach orgasm. A simpler definition is that if you come before you want to and you feel you're not able to control it, then you're suffering from premature ejaculation (or PE for short).

Erectile Dysfunction (Impotency) - A common men's health problem characterized by the consistent inability to sustain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse or the inability to achieve ejaculation, or both. Impotence can vary. It can involve a total inability to achieve an erection or ejaculation, an inconsistent ability to do so, or a tendency to sustain only very brief erections. Erectile dysfunction is also called impotence,

Vaginismus (Frigidity) - Vaginismus is a sexual disorder that is characterized by the outer third of the vaginal muscles tightening, often painfully. A woman with vaginismus does not willfully or intentionally contract her vaginal muscles. However, when the vagina is going to be penetrated, the muscles tighten spontaneously due to psychological or other reasons. Vaginismus can occur under different circumstances. It can begin the first time vaginal penetration is attempted. This is known as "lifelong vaginismus." Alternately, vaginismus can begin after a period of normal sexual functioning. This is known as "acquired-type vaginismus." For some women, vaginal tightening occurs in all situations where vaginal penetration is attempted (generalized type). For other women, it occurs in only one or a few situations, such as during a gynecological examination at the doctor's office, or with a specific sex partner (situational type).


Low Labido (Sex Drive) - Inhibited sexual desire (ISD) refers to a low level of sexual interest. The person with ISD fails to initiate or respond to their partner's desire for sexual activity. ISD may be primary (where the person has never felt much sexual desire or interest), or secondary (where the person used to possess sexual desire, but no longer does). ISD may also be either situational to the partner (the person with ISD is interested in other people, but not his or her partner), or it may be general (where the person with ISD has a lack of sexual interest in anyone). In the extreme form of sexual aversion, the person not only lacks sexual desire, but may find sex repulsive, revolting, and distasteful.


Sexual Addiction – can be defined as as any sexual activity that feels out of control. A sex addict feels compelled to seek out and engage in sexual behaviour, in spite of the problems it may cause in their personal, social and work lives. Sexual addiction can take many forms, but it's generally characterised by behaviour that feels out of control. This behaviour might include:


• excessive use of pornography
• compulsive masturbation
• exhibitionism
• voyeurism
• fetishes
• high-risk sex
• prostitution
• telephone or internet sex
• multiple affairs
• anonymous sexual encounters

How can hypnotherapy, hypnosis & cognitive therapy help?

Although all of the symptoms described above can cause a great deal of distress for the sufferer and put a great deal of strain on relationships, the good news is that all sexual problems and difficulties that are psychological or emotional in their causation can be resolved with either a course of cognitive therapy or Hypno-Analysis.


Contacting us is easy and we offer a completely FREE initial consultation. 


So if you would like to meet and discuss how hypnotherapy may help you to resolve your problem we will be happy to hear from you. 


To arrange a consultation or to book an appointment call us now on Sarah freephone 0800 1777 557 or mobile 07908 765745.