Sex & associates issues

Sex & associates issues

Many have in some point in time in their lives had issues related to sex, their feelings on it, their experience/s, frigidity, impotence, difficulty, stigma, abuse and other factors. Sometimes these issues are associated to themselves and others due to others. Sexual difficulties may occur at any age, the effects from their environment or how they relate to it or imposed by religion, family, intimate relationships. Difficulties can occur at any time even years after an event. Some of these events may occur from a child observing and being conditioned and by simple observation of their parents.

It is best to seek a professional who is professional and has experience in helping you overcome these difficulties in the safest and productive way possible in order to bring relief so you may move forward in your life.

There are times when sexual issues become resolved naturally, there are others requiring professional help like consulting your GP and finding a good hypnotherapist.

Sexual difficulties is something you should not ignore, the longer you leave it the longer it may take to resolve. These difficulties prevent the individual or couple from enjoying sex/ love making that is the most natural thing all creatures partake in. Common sexual problems experienced by men in their lives are erectile impotence and premature ejaculation, and for women, failure to reach orgasm or vaginismus.

Hypnotherapy is achieved through trance states, all of nature experiences trance

Sexual pain disorders :

  • Dyspareunia
  • can occur during non-penetrative stimulation
  • characterised by persistent pain with sexual activity
  • pain can be extremely distressing
  • pain deep inside
  • pain leads to a negative cycle of avoidance of SA - sexual activity, AGA – anorgasmia
  • pain may be due to pelvic flammatory disease, endometriosis or ovarian cysts
  • pain occurring at the vaginal opening
  • pain related to sexual trauma, vuvlvovaginitis or inadequate lubrication
  • psychological causes
  • usually during penetration


  • women's inability in engaging in any form of vaginal penetration
  • symptoms can be so severe avoiding sexual contact all together
  • involuntary spasms of the vaginal muscles interfere with penetration
  • often the result of physical or sexual abuse
  • other causes include religious beliefs
  • relationship difficulties
  • fear of pregnancy.

Inhibited sexual desire (ISD)

  • persistent loss of desire for sexual activity
  • sexual desire to fluctuate during an individual's life are very common
  • more common in women than men
  • can affect men
  • decreased sexual desire - caused by depression, stress, ageing, anxiety, fatigue, stress, pregnancy or relationship problems
  • decrease in oestrogen
  • decrease in testosterone – if deficiency is the cause of ISD, replacement therapy recommended
  • psychological issues to be addressed


  • characterised by an absence or persistent delay of orgasm following a normal sexual excitement phase
  • often experience a strong sexual desire and adequate arousal but are unable to achieve orgasm

Premature ejaculation (PE)

  • lack of voluntary control over ejaculation
  • most men experience this in their lives at some point
  • most common sexual problem for men
  • affects approximately 27-43% of males
  • associated with performance anxiety, depression, sexual repression and lack of confidence
  • sex therapy and psychologists may utilise a series of exercises to enable men to regain confidence, ejaculatory control, most commonly the so-called start-stop technique
  • hypnotherapists assist with bringing balance from discovering the initial event

Erectile dysfunction (ED) / impotence

  • inability to develop or maintain an erection
  • occasional impotence is common and often caused by stress or performance anxiety
  • if the problem persists, professional help may be required

Treatment for sexual problems

  • first contact your GP to rule out any physical factors
  • psychosexual therapy (PST) referred to by GP
  • sex therapy


  • is also beneficial for individuals
  • releases negative or limiting beliefs
  • identifying the triggers that started issue
  • manage and deal with
  • helps to identify the root cause of the issue
  • deals with issues / causes