I decided to go deeper into this, for the benefit of others who may be suffering from the effects of negativity, as well. After all, our world is filled with all sorts of opportunities to get depressed, dejected, and affected by other people’s ill moods.
We all go through emotional trying times, and at time we all fall victim to the inherent negativity that the universe, media and life in general throws out way. Over the years these constant events can and often do take their toll. You see its not just that we have negative events happen to us…no.
Its also the fact that the way we grow up doesn’t teach us to deal most effectively with the energy generated by events we perceive as traumatic or negative. One such result of storing and stock-piling this type of emotional baggage is called female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD).
How does female arousal disorder occur. Well there can be physical causes, emotional ones as well as relational ones. Many times its a mixture of both.
For many woman an inability to experience sexual arousal has to do with past issues regarding
Repressive and/ highly conservative religious or social upbringing regarding the healthy expression of sexual desire and sexuality. i.e. a belief that sex is bad, should only be pleasurable for the man, and even that sex is only for the purpose of “making babies” and of course the bottom line is…
Guilt and/or Fear
Other Very Common Players In Female Sexual Arousal Disorder are excessive negative stress and fatigue
Now sometimes their can be physiological reasons why a woman experiences female sexual arousal disorder. That can be anything from an hormonal imbalance such as menopause, pregnancy, chronic fatigue etc, as well as the symptom of more serious dysfunction such as heart disease, diabetes, or other cardio vascular disorders etc. Anything that affects circulation can have sexual side effects.
Even the medications (and here in the states most people are on something) side effects can be the culprit in a case of female sexual arousal disorder.
So what is a girl to do? What is a guy to do.
Remember ladies and gentleman female sexual arousal disorder effects everyone in the relationship.
In fact for many men, and women in relationships this is a very common scenario…
Imagine if you will
You are making love, having plenty of foreplay and romance,you are doing all the right things, or at least you think you are, and you’ve tried every position possible, but she still cannot have an orgasm.
Questions surge through your mind like a runaway freight train.
What do you do?
Whats going on?
Whats wrong with me?
Whats wrong with her?
Invariably these are the questions that go through everyones mind when confronted with this all too unpleasant and not uncommon reality.
Very few things can put more stress on a relationship than chronic sexual frustration and inability to achieve sexual satisfaction.
In fact next to money, (and I argue that sexual fulfillment is more powerful than money issues with regard to relationships)
NO other force has the power to completely rip apart or slowly decay a relationship from the inside faster than sexual frustration.
Its important to remember that when a woman suffers from any form of sexual disorder the man suffers from it too.
Now what exactly do I mean by that?
Female Sexual Disorders can be a very troubling and discouraging situation for both people involved. Female Sexual Arousal Disorder can make both men and women feel as though they are sexually inadequate, leading to distress within the relationship.
Spotting Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (F.S.A.D.)
F.S.A.D.can be recognized by the following symptoms:
- inability to experience orgasm
- inability to produce lubrication
- decreased libido or lack of sexual desire
- Having one of these symptoms does not necessarily mean that a woman has FSAD.
Always consult a physician for an accurate medical diagnosis.
Causes of Female Arousal Disorder
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder can have both physical and emotional causes. Some of the most common or which are:
- lack of affection within relationship
- communication problems
- fatigue and stress
- physical illness likes diabetes or heart disease
- psychological conditions like depression and anxiety
- side effects from certain types of medications
- relationship lacking emotional intimacy
- restrictive upbringing concerning sex
- negative/traumatic sexual experience: abuse, molestation, rape, etc.
- Certain forms of auto-immune disorders can also lead to FSAD like symptoms as well.
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