Erectile dysfunction is an unfortunate condition that affects an estimated 30 million American men with regularity, and, in fact, most men are likely to experience some form of erectile dysfunction at some point over the course of their lives.
- April 30th, 2013
There’s an old adage that, when it comes to sex, men are like a microwave and women are like a crockpot. The crock-pot analogy works insofar as it goes: a crock-pot takes a while to warm up and start cooking, whereas a microwave can get there in a minute flat.Eating to enhance the physiology of sexBy Robert Fried, PhD
- January 1st, 2013
Many women confide in me that they have deep negative or anxious feelings about their sexuality. The number one question I get is, “Why do I have so little desire?”
In several recent studies, roughly one in three women reported low or no sexual desire. Other studies have found even higher percentages of low libido among women, particularly women over 50.If you're in libido limbo, take heart. There are many ways to regain the sexual excitement and desire of youth, no matter how old you are.By Laurie Steelsmith, ND
- January 1st, 2013
Obese women are usually instructed to lose weight in order to increase the chances of becoming pregnant. Recent research says weight loss may be more likely to improve sexual desire and frequency rather than combat infertility problems.
- October 31st, 2012
If you experience diminished sexual energy at some time in your life, you’re not alone. Many women who are perfectly capable of sexual fulfillment find their potential held back by low sexual energy, or common symptoms that interfere with their ability to become fully aroused. Female baby boomers in particular report low sexual desire in numerous health surveys.The best natural secrets for enhancing your sexualityBy Laurie Steelsmith, ND, LAc, and Alex Steelsmith
- July 31st, 2012
Sex after menopause, well, sex after 50, is a new frontier. The parents of baby boomers sustained far less body awareness than is advocated today—most couples of that era did not expect sexual activity to continue beyond the onset of the symptoms of aging, such as lost estrogen (female) or vascular disorders (male.)Don't settle for a lackluster sex lifeBy Jennifer Landa, MD
- March 1st, 2012
The concept of a grandparent as a sexual being is uncomfortable for many. But sexuality is an important component of any adult’s self-image, including those older than 50. Seniors have frequently been labeled as asexual in American culture, particularly misleading stereotypes assert that older men are impotent and older women are frigid.Embracing your sexuality helps your golden years shine.by Jennifer Fitzpatrick