Better sex tips

Better sex tips

Sunday, May 3, 2015

How Sexual headache triggers erectile dysfunction

Normally sex therapists say that a good sex session is essential to eliminate migraine, thanks to the release of endorphins; however, many people suffer from benign sexual headache, which is recorded during sex often affects the intimate life.

According to information published by HuffPost Voces , the so-called headache coital, which affects more men than women, is a headache intense than recorded before, during or after orgasm, which can trigger some sexual dysfunction or intimate contact rejection.

Moreover, Teófila Vicente, a member of the Spanish Association of Patients with Headache (AEPAC), stressed that people with this condition often have pictures of anxiety, depression, grief and anguish. Among the causes of sexual headache are:
1. Health problems
2. Feelings of guilt
3. A Double Life
4. Effort to fulfil a sexual obligation

To prevent headache coital you should visit your doctor to rule out disease, practice exercise to improve your cardiovascular system, eating a balanced diet of low fat, maintain healthy weight and control the consumption of alcohol and snuff.

The intimate contact with the couple should be a time of joy and togetherness, if this is not the case, you should analyse situations that arise in your life so that you make the necessary changes; also visit to a specialist who will help you overcome the headache and avoid sexual dysfunction.

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