have been conditioned to believe that they are on a personal sexual
timeline. There's a certain age to have children, and certain age when
ceases to be a
priority. This timeline has created a lot of stress and anxiety over the
years, but there's a change taking place in the modern 21st century
women. Women are enjoying motherhood later in life, and they are
certainly enjoying sex well into their golden years, so those antiquated
ideas about sex are being replaced by a new attitude about life, and how
to live it.
Sexuality, as well as sensuality changes throughout life. There are
times when feeling sexy comes easy and other times when sex is the last
thing on the to-do-list. Certain physical issues may develop like pain
during intercourse, a weak sex drive or vaginal dryness, and those
issues can be signs that some thought or situation is blocking sexual
signals from the brain. Experts call those symptoms female sexual
dysfunction (FSD), and recent reports indicate that over 4 American
women in 10 have some type of FSD.
There are a number of causes for FSD. Stress and anxiety can trigger
symptoms at any time, and pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause can
definitely impact any women's sex drive. Those causes can create
lingering symptoms of FSD, and it's not uncommon for women to suffer in
silence for years before they get help. The fact is help is always
available through a professional or through self analysis. Determining
when the symptoms started can help identify the cause, and by doing a
little research most women find a female
sexual enhancement supplement that alleviates the FSD symptoms.
The Health Benefits of Sex are Well Documented
It's never too late to reap the health benefits from sexual activity.
Women are enjoying sex more because they are aware that a plethora of
hormones are stimulated before and during sexual activity. Just one
thought or glance can increase the adrenaline in the bloodstream, and as
the sexual process continues prolactin, DHEA, testosterone, estrogen,
and noradrenaline are also stimulated through an orgasm, and that has a
positive effect on the cardiovascular system. Oxytocin is also released
after an orgasm and that has many anticlimactic functions, which
includes lowering blood pressure.
Sex helps reduce stress and anxiety so we sleep better. Natural
endorphins are released after an orgasm, and they act like natural
sedatives. Recent studies show that the body responds to sex in the same
way that it responds to a workout at the gym or a brisk walk, and some
reports indicate that pain tolerance increases while mood swings and
depression decreases. The ancient civilizations believed sex was sacred
as well as spiritual, and modern women are now understanding the truth
in those beliefs.