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Sexual Dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction refers to a difficulty experienced by an individual or a couple during any stage of a normal sexual activity, including desire, arousal or orgasm.  Sexual dysfunction can have a significant impact on the quality of life of the individual as well as the quality of the relationship of the couple.  In men sexual dysfunction usually takes the form of Erectile Disorder (difficulty attaining or maintaining an erection), Premature Ejaculation (developing orgasm and ejaculation with minimal simulation and before the person wishes), and Male Orgasmic Disorder (recurrent delay or absence of orgasm and ejaculation).  In women sexual dysfunction usually takes the form of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (deficiency or absence of desire for sexual activity), Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (recurrent inability to maintain sexual arousal ),and Female Orgasmic Disorder (recurrent delay in, or absence of, orgasm).  While recent advances in medication have assisted individuals who experience these conditions tremendously,  for many people the origins of the conditions can be traced to psychological issues.  Psychological therapies for sexual dysfunction include, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Relaxation and Skills Training,  and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.