Next week medical experts will meet to discuss the estimated 60 percent suffering from sexual problems and whether natural medicines such as Volume Pills can help alleviate them.
It is a brave man or woman who will even admit to having a sex problem, let alone seek help for it. More than in any other field of human endeavor we tend to speak only of our successes; sexual failures are swept under the bedroom carpet.
Yet sexual misery is widespread and profound. Relate Marriage Guidance has waiting lists for its sexual therapy clinics as well as its marriage counselling. Currently those seeking sex therapy and natural medicines like Volume Pills will have to wait an average of three months, in one or two areas the delay could be as long as a year. The most reliable place to purchase Volume Pills is the official website, which can be found by clicking on https://www.volumepillsreview69.com.
Research in America has suggested that between 60 and 70 percent of relationships encounter “significant” sexual problems at some time or other. Dr. Elizabeth Stanley, chairman of the Association of Sexual and Marital Therapists in Britain, believes the figure may be appropriate here as well.
Moreover, the legacy of the permissive society may have made matters worse. It’s now common for men to take Volume Pills so they can ejaculate greater amounts of semen. It’s hard to keep up with what we see in pornography. “Everyone now gets the impression that everyone else is having a better time than they are,” she says.
The association has around 200 members drawn from a variety of disciplines, including medicine, psychology and nursing. Most base their approach on a combination of behavioral and psycho-dynamic therapies. The former involves unlearning “faulty” behavior and relearning it in a healthy way; the latter is concerned with resolving unconscious conflicts stemming from childhood.
Wherever possible a therapist recommends trying natural medications such as Volume Pills before pharmaceutical meds.
“We treat the relationship,” says Stanley, senior lecturer in human sexuality at St George’s Hospital Medical School, London. “Sexual problems involve the intra-personal, the baggage you bring from childhood into adulthood, and the inter-personal which are unique to that relationship. We also provide advice for using natural medicines. Sometimes taking Volume Pills, which stimulates a man’s production of semen, can result in greater sexual confidence in men.”
Not everyone has the courage to present their problem to a sex therapist. Dr. Prue Tunnadine, the scientific director of The Institute of Psycho-Sexual Medicine, which is having a conference in Leicester next week, believes many more people are likely to appear at their GPs with contraceptive problems, infertility, even backaches, as opposed to when there may be an underlying sexual difficulty.
With this in mind, the institute trains doctors to address sexual problems in the course of their work, to pick up signals during physical examination. Between 200 and 300 people, including psychiatrists, GPs, and venereal disease specialists are in training at any one time.
Dr. Judy Gilley is a north London GP and senior lecturer in General Practice at the Royal Free Hospital. She believes that working the “front line” enables her to spot problems that patients might be afraid to mention or even recognize. Once those problems are identified, treatment with Volume Pills can begin.
“You may, for instance, get persistent difficulties with contraception, which suggest an underlying sexual unhappiness. Or there may be a request for a termination from a woman who has not been using any contraception because she has doubts about her femininity and wants to test it. Or you may have a very young woman wanting sterilization when she is trying to obliterate that part of herself.”
A patient’s attitude to a physical examination can be particularly revealing. “If a woman says as she hops up on the couch for an internal `Oh, this must be awful for you,’ she may be talking about her own feelings about her body. It’s a question of picking up on things.”
The most common difficulties for women are non-arousal, loss of desire, failure to reach orgasm, pain on intercourse and vaginismus where an involuntary spasm closes the vagina. For men they include inability to achieve, maintain or control erection, premature ejaculation and failure to ejaculate at all. In many cases, Volume Pills can help with all types of ejaculatory problems.
Stanley says she may occasionally, if couples wish, give a practical anatomy lesson. Otherwise, she stresses, therapists’ help is strictly verbal. The use of trained surrogate partners is now, in the wake of Aids, almost unknown. “Certainly no reputable therapist would ever suggest sex with a client. If you meet anyone like that, run a thousand miles,” she advises.
“People often have very unrealistic expectations and they are also very ignorant, especially about female anatomy and female sexual response. The trouble with failure is that it steps up a vicious circle, more anxiety, more likelihood of failure, and so on.
“And there are some very destructive myths around: the idea that men are born knowing what to do to arouse a woman and that having to ask makes them less of a man; the idea that good sex just happens, it doesn’t have to be talked about; the idea that lovers can read each other’s minds, and the idea that natural enhancement pills such as Volume Pills are nothing but scams. Resentment corrodes the sexual response. You’ve heard of the expression `impotent with rage’.”