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Anorgasmia and loss of appetite or sex drive

What is anorgasmia?
The anorgasmia is defined as the inability to achieve orgasm, although they can gain sexual desire and arousal, but for various reasons not end the phase of orgasm. To diagnose it as sexual dysfunction or inhibition should be recurrent and persistent, although adequately stimulate in intensity, duration and time.

This means that there are all physical and emotional conditions to achieve, but not orgasm occurs.

Currently the anorgasmia is considered one of the most common sexual dysfunction in women, consider that affects between 40 to 45% of sexually active Indian. Another important indicator is that more than 20 percent of women have simulated orgasm and when asked why, most say they do not harm your partner, or to please.
Anorgasmia and loss of appetite or sex drive

It is important to distinguish between anorgasmia and what is popularly known as frigidity (disorder of desire "that have no desire for sex"). So-called "frigid" (or dysfunction in the phase of desire) women are people who show disturbance of sexual appetite or desire, which is usually accompanied by a noticeable lack of excitement, but may experience orgasms sporadically. There are also women who do have sexual appetite and excited, but have serious difficulties to experience orgasm; there are cases of women who have never experienced a single orgasm in her life.

Importantly, this difference, since we are talking about two different things, even in its treatment is very different not feel like to not feel the orgasm.

Different types of anorgasmia


Primary anorgasmia: The women have never achieved an orgasm through intercourse or, or by masturbation or by directly stimulating your partner either hand, mouth or any instrument or toy sexual or any combination I mentioned.

Secondary anorgasmia: The present some women who, after a period of having orgasms normally cease to experience them recursively.

The anorgasmia in turn can be total or situational: It is considered complete when a woman is unable to reach an orgasm, either through intercourse or stimulation of the clitoris and the rest of the vagina. It considers whether situational orgasmic in certain circumstances, or with certain people, or direct clitoral stimulation.

Causes of Anorgasmia
By origin, anorgasmia can be caused by several factors, among which are:
The organic origin - Natural; such as the (pregnancy, menopause, aging, etc.
The pathological and drug-induced; such as diseases that affect sexual response; as well as drugs that alter sexual response.
The socio cultural and psychological origin; including the lack or poor sex education, shame, guilt, sin, phobias, neurosis, psychosis, poor value current or past partner, disturbed family environment, excessive stress, negative feelings towards the body itself, problems are esteem, etc.
Genital mutilation.
Organic causes of anorgasmia
Physiologically orgasm is complex, to achieve should be presented contractions of the genital muscles located between the vagina and anus. Any disease or trauma to that area, as well as the use of drugs, alcohol or certain medicines can lead to inhibition of orgasm.
Importantly, most of the factors that trigger a anorgasmia is due to psychological causes (approximately 95%) and the rest may be due to organic order situations.
Psychological causes of anorgasmia
Orgasm can leave by many factors linked to the relationship as:
The fear of being abandoned
Fear of not being able to assert their independence
Feelings of sexual guilt
Impairment of the relationship
by infatuation couple a different person, etc.
In women do not have orgasms is very common fear of losing control over feelings and behavior.
Other causes may be related to misinformation about sexuality, by social and religious constraints, lack of body sensations, anxiety, depression, physical stress, work stress, family, etc.

Can addressed the anorgasmia?
The anorgasmia is feasible to be treated, it is part of the powers present Clinical Sexologists, for which the full cooperation of the affected and partner person is required (if applicable), as specialists consider anorgasmia one sexual dysfunction partner.

The effectiveness of treatment is a very high percentage in the success is concerned; it is difficult to mention is the time and type of treatment to be followed, since it depends on the cooperation of the person and adherence to treatment.

We will see later some helpful tips.
What is the treatment for anorgasmia?
There are effective treatments for anorgasmia, including individual therapy, couple and drug use. The important thing is to diagnose and treat the source through a qualified specialist.
The treatment of anorgasmia is aimed primarily to:
Eliminate negative attitudes and prejudices about sexuality in general and orgasm in particular.
Improving the relationship through communication between the couple.
Sexual skills program, which consists of a series of specific exercises for this dysfunction.
Knowledge, identification and communication of bodily sensations and pleasure
In the first session information is provided to the person or couple, as well as making a diagnosis to guide treatment or appropriate therapy to features present case also starts; and paper guidelines to be adopted in the course of therapy; either the person or the couple, as appropriate.
Following the therapeutic program the person learn to concentrate on their bodily sensations of pleasure, and those that occur so prior to orgasm; with what may exercise the right response was inhibited and prevented orgasm. The central goal of therapy is that women can take pleasure in enjoying your body as well as your partner or partners.

Tips for overcoming anorgasmia

Visit a Clinical Sexologist in India officially certified.
Aim at advancing the enjoyment of your personal sexuality and want to explore and enjoy with your body or the other (s) of person (s).

Have time and have the commitment to devote to privacy without interruptions (at least an hour every day). The first thing you do is explore your naked body in full, trying to get comfortable. Touch your way and discover the parts that you like or are more sensitive in you.

Relax your body through performing deep breaths; creates a pleasant atmosphere before starting (music, light, comfortable place to lie ...). Check the sensations of your body and the difference between being tense and be relaxed

Explore the sensations of your vagina, making pubic hair and comb with your fingers, explores the folds of your labia, your clitoris, vaginal opening, the inner walls of your vagina, nobody better than you may discover that you like. Preferably use a mirror and know your genitals.

Identify the feel of your skin in different parts of your body, your thighs, your butt, your chest, nipples, your hair, etc. Know yourself.
It incorporates some type of vaginal lubricant to stimulate your vagina and seeks to be so intense pressure on every part of you, that speed is adequate in motion for your pleasure
Identify what things are you are pleasant to hear and to ask your partner and show him how you like to be stimulated.
Trying to overcome fear or guilt about enjoying sex through your body, if your religion or your education has presented you sex as something dirty or bad.
Work with your fatigue, moodiness, worries and distractions, which become stressors that negatively influence to achieve sexual pleasure and orgasm.
It incorporates the most of your senses during sex; Touch, taste, smell, hear, imagine, etc........