Mon. Jan 30th, 2023

Category: Sexuality

Yoga Can Improve Your Sex Life

Researchers have found that mindfulness meditation can lead to an increased feelings of relaxation, decreased muscle tension, reduced anxiety and increased self-confidence—all important factors for a healthy sexual response. Research…

Vagina

The vagina serves as a passage for the exit of menstrual flow, insertion of the penis during sexual intercourse, reception of semen, and is the birth canal. Anatomy The vagina…

Safe Sex

Sex can be part of any stage of a woman’s life. Many women may not have a partner, some may be in same-sex relationships or may have a  partner with…

Libido

Your libido is your sexual interest and desire. Loss of libido may be experienced by women before or after menopause and may result in reduced desire and sexual experiences that…

Lesbian Health

Many of the health issues experienced by lesbians at midlife are the same health issues experienced by heterosexual women, however, as we live in a homophobic world where lesbians are…

Contraception

Until menopause is reached women are not totally protected from pregnancy despite the decline in fertility during perimenopause. Effective, safe and appropriate contraception is available if a woman does not…

Sexuality

Sexuality is a broad concept and is much more than ‘having sex’. It is a potent force in the development of each of us and can contribute significantly to our…

Relationships

Many women express mixed feelings about the relationship they have with their partner. For some women midlife is a time to spend together and relax in the comfort of the…

Testosterone

Testosterone and other related hormones in the body (also known as androgens) play important physiological roles in women. It is generally known that androgens are important for muscle and bone…