Erectile dysfunction

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  • Affects Sexual Performance

    conditions that affects sexual health life. This is a reduction in sexual performance as a result of external problems that interfere with sustained erection ability (impotency). Numerous Psychological and physiological conditions leads to erectile dysfunction. Physical stress increase, either at home or workplace is the main cause of inability to keep up a steady erection during sexual intercourse. The following are sexual performance problems experienced by people: 1. Delayed…

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  • Sexual Dysfunction In Women

    Sexual dysfunction is a topic that is very rarely talked about in the public eye. Our society is exceptionally sexualized through advertisements, and even general social gatherings are fueled with sexual intentions. It is almost taboo for our society to think that people have troubles with sexuality or intimacy, but in fact it is not that uncommon. The articles below all have a unique perspective that informs the public of sexual dysfunction in one way or another. This paper will primarily be…

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  • Hero And Leander Analysis

    In literature, love has always been a concept of great debate, although, what exactly is love? Pamela C. Regan, from Los Angeles University, explains that “…A person who experiences sexual desire for another individual, along with other emotional or psychological events, may characterize his or her state as one of ‘being in love…’” (Regan 139). However, does this sexual desire always breed emotion? When one thinks of love, thoughts of tenderness, kindness, and romance often arise with it.…

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  • Film Analysis: Orgasm Inc.

    Inc., exposes pharmaceutical companies responsible for falsely advertising the so-called disease “Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD)”. The film is about the companies and entrepreneurs who are trying to convince women that it's a physiological problem if they don't climax every time they have sex, that can be "fixed" with pills or creams. Canner asks the questions: Is "female sexual dysfunction" really a disorder or a genius marketing stroke? And could the products that are being developed do more…

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  • Alzheimer's Dementi A Case Study

    As people age, changes occur in the body. Some of these changes affect our mental status. When changes start to occur that can cause impaired cognition, this can result in a disease characterized as dementia. Some of the mental changes that can occur with Alzheimer’s dementia are decreased short and long term memory, confusion, impaired judgment, problems with arithmetic, and problem solving. These characteristics can affect how people communicate, make decisions, and care for themselves…

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  • Sexual Self Critique

    the lack of sexual desire amongst women due to an imbalance in their lives. She focuses on eight areas in one’s life that can cause sexual disinterest which include control and power, intimacy, sexual self-esteem, stress, unresolved anger, sexual dysfunction, trauma and abuse (Hall,…

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  • Causes Of Frigidity

    Frigidity, also know as Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) is a term used to describe lack of or low sex drive in women. It is also avoidance of any to all sexual contact. The DSMIV-TR describes frigidity as “characterized by disturbance in sexual desire and in the psycho-physiological changes that characterize the sexual response cycle and cause marked distress and interpersonal difficulty.” [3A American Psychiatric Association, DSM-IV-TR.] Frigidity can happen to any woman at any age. An…

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  • The Importance Of The Transition To Parenthood

    The transition period to parenthood can be a very complex process. This typically occurs because of the change in dynamic. For a very long time, there has been literature that indicates a change in a couple’s relationship after the birth of a child. However, it is truly difficult to determine the true reason for the decline in the sexual-relationship of the couple. There are numerous aspects that can affect the sexual drive The parental relationship is a key variable that can affect the overall…

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  • Sensory Processing Disorder Case Study

    Its 6am; the alarm goes off. This time Jack doesn 't scream or cover his ears. The once familiar feeling of each sound wave as they hit the sides of his skull; the agonizing echo bouncing in his head is gone. To many, noting this absence in response seems extreme; perhaps an exaggeration or overly dramatic, but to Jack, it 's a moment he never understood before. For him it 's the moment of knowing what it feels like to be "normal"; even if it 's just for this one time. Reaching this monumental…

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  • Summary Of Sensory Processing Disorder

    If and when diagnosis is correctly done, a person suffering from Sensory Processing Disorder can start treatment for their conditions. Contrary to popular belief, the treatments in place to help patients with SPD is greatly flawed. According the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation (2015), treatment for SPD in children is often treated through occupational therapy, which tends to focus on identifying and eliminating any perceived barriers that prevent patients from being active participants…

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