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September 03, 2016 23:11

Disorders of sexual fantasies

Fantasy - a normal and important part of sexuality.They can take the form of fleeting images or sophisticated stretched for time scenes that contain a variety of options for sexual behavior in different areas.They can engage their own sexual partners, potential partners or fantastic figures.The content of these fantasies usually changes over time.

Some people are concerned that the content of their sexual fantasies is objectionable or abnormal character.Despite this, the presence of such fantasies does not mean that they can be translated into reality.

Sexual fantasy - normal and healthy phenomenon, though the prevalence in adults fantasies related to sexual relations with children or violence against others, could cause concern.

  • Psychiatric and psychological reasons

serious affective disorders, including depression and bipolar (manic-depressive) disorder is a very common cause of mental functional sexual disorders.For example, people with depression tend to lose interest in sex.Schizophrenia

is also often combined with sexual dysfunction.Personality disorders often lead to sexual dysfunction.The same applies to the stress-related adjustment disorder.

Private person views that sex is considered a "right" and as a "need" to do, can have a strong effect on sexual response.For many people, lack of knowledge or misconceptions about your own body can cause sexual dissatisfaction.For example, many women do not know that intercourse without enough clitoral stimulation can cause them orgasm.By itself, the penetration (the introduction of the penis) is not sufficient for such an incentive, in connection with which many women are able to orgasm stimulate themselves or have a partner who knows how to do it.Men who do not know that women need clitoral stimulation, begin to doubt their abilities of men, as the mere introduction of the penis can cause orgasm in a woman with whom they have sexual intercourse.Such doubt can cause fear and cause impotence.

By common psychological causes of sexual problems include:

  • Depression.
  • Unconscious feeling of guilt or fear associated with sexual intercourse.
  • Fear of failure, doubt in their own sexual abilities or the fear that sexual partner expectations are not met.
  • braking due to sociocultural factors (all prohibitions and imperatives in the form of "thou shalt" or "thou shalt not" that are associated with our family, cultural or religious upbringing.
  • sexual trauma (incest, rape or painful experiences of sexual failure and. etc.)
  • role of "observer" (concentrating on what is going on, instead of whole experience of sexual intercourse)
  • tension in relations with a partner (where one partner constantly criticizes another or humiliates him. when one or bothpartner angry, etc.).
  • Mental conflicts (usually an unconscious state of tension that occurs when the internal desires, needs and thoughts are in conflict, such as a man who is experiencing unprocessed sexual feelings towards his motherand in this regard, after the birth of a child loses interest in his wife, as she was for him the embodiment of the maternal image).

Most often, problems arise because the sexual needs of another remain undivided.Often the partner does not know about or do not know about sexual fantasies, preferences, inclinations, fears and sensitivities of the other.Most women expect that your partner knows how to call her an orgasm, not sharing with them the fact that it gives her pleasure.Both male hesitates to say that contributes to his erection.Often partners do not know if there are problems with each other.

Finally, life crises, stress, fatigue, and mood swings are usual frustrating cycle of sexual response.For example, mothers of infants due to fatigue may experience a decrease in sexual desire.After a divorce, a man can tread reinforcement or reduction of sexual activity due to changes in lifestyle.In these cases, fluctuations in sexual activity is usually smoothed out as the stabilization of the situation, return to the previous level of energy and improve mood.If not, should be the appropriate treatment for the prevention of sexual dysfunction.