When you discover your sexuality, it evokes an emotional response that can’t be ignored. It may initially feel awkward yet arousing, exciting yet frightening, which may confuse you when you are a child. Some might carry this confusion about their sexuality with them into adulthood. This first response depends on what you were taught about sex, what society allowed you to believe, or even something you may have prematurely experienced. Let’s be clear; sexuality is about embracing yourself in all aspects. Your mind and thoughts, body and physical expression, and soul and emotional state. All beings are sexual, and there shouldn’t be any shame or judgment.
Start by exploring your attractive qualities and feel confident with them in positively enriching ways. After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder! Every one of us has beauty. So get naked and look at yourself in the mirror, your natural, functional, and unique self. Focus on looking at your body with a positive mindset and give yourself approving affirmations when any body-negative thoughts come up. The kinder you are to yourself, you will have more love to pour onto others. Being comfortable in your skin will strengthen your personality and how you communicate, and it will intensify your love. It’s a basic need and an aspect of being human that cannot be separated from other parts of life.
Let’s talk about Sexual Health
Being sexually healthy means being well-informed and respectful to yourself and others. It also means enjoying yourself sexually in a way you are comfortable with because it integrates all aspects of our day-to-day life and overall wellness. A couple of essential points to consider that fall under the umbrella of sexual health are:
- The risk and diagnoses of sexually transmitted diseases.
- Talk about body image about sexual activity.
- Sexual identity and relationships, safer sex practices.
- Being open to talking about your sexual health with your partner will help you establish more positive boundaries and communicate your needs, and, most of all, engage in positive sexual practices.
The main benefits of sexual health are connecting to your body, soul, and partner while experiencing self-acceptance and respect by having a functional sex drive and a satisfying sex life.
Stamina between the sheets
A way to improve your Sexual Stamina is to incorporate healthy eating habits for a more beneficial body-soul experience. Physical and cardiovascular exercise will improve your blood pressure and help you breathe easier during the deed. Regular practice makes the heart more robust heart pumps more blood with less effort. As a result, the force on the arteries decreases, lowering blood pressure. This way, your body becomes more efficient at getting oxygen into the bloodstream and transporting it to your muscles.
This is one of the reasons that you are less likely to become short of breath during exercise over time. You’ll start feeling much more confident about your body and more willing to strip down, which can also help build sexual stamina. Having more sex can lead to longer sessions…after all, practice makes perfect. We also offer clinic pelvic floor strengthening and rejuvenation through cutting-edge EMS technology. This gentle treatment encourages the regeneration of your vaginal wall tissue safely and effectively while also strengthening your pelvic floor muscles, leaving you feeling as young and active as you did years ago.
Listen up, guys!
Here is something for the men to take note of. Some dietary staples are high in L-citrulline and L-arginine amino acids, which may help you maintain an erection and increase sexual duration. The best part is these can be found in a bunch of great tasting and easily-accessible foods, such as watermelon, salmon, red meat (always a favorite among the men), milk, nuts, and dark chocolate.
Your mental health is also an essential factor. If you are depressed or stressed out, your emotional state can outweigh nearly all other factors when it comes to its effect on erectile dysfunction. Switching your diet and exercise won’t help much if your head isn’t in the game. Men must overcome the stigma of therapy and pursue it as a legitimate option for all manner of sexual and other ailments. Being personally aware of your sexual needs and desires and being sexually functional reflects your self-acceptance and respect and gives you a feeling of belonging.
Treatments to consider:
- Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment option used in the past to treat kidney stones and specific orthopedic injuries. Only recently has it been used to treat ED.
- Bioidentical Hormones, known as Biote Therapy, can recreate the balance lost due to aging or disease. It will assist in making you feel like yourself again.
- Pelvic Floor Rejunevation is an exercise or treatment of the Pelvic floor muscles. It’s a layer of muscles that support the pelvic organs and span the bottom of the pelvis. Strong pelvic floor muscles give you control over your bladder and bowel.
Revitalize your health in every part of your life. With these methods, you will gain optimal energy, restorative sleep, strengthened immunity, and perfectly balanced hormones. This comprehensive approach and thorough testing lay the groundwork to live your best life in the best of health.