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Do you sleep facing your partner, on your back or spooning? If you think there's no such thing as the perfect sleeping position for couples, allow Dr Mehak Nagpal, psychiatrist and sexual medicine Read More...
Have you ever awoken after a night of drinking and were clueless about what happened or what you did? Or have you ever been drinking and found yourself in a strange location but had no clue as to how you got there? If any of these episodes of amnesia sounds familiar, then you have experienced an alcohol-induced blackout. Read More...
It happens to just about everyone: Your sex life ebbs and flows.Your age, health, and how you feel about your relationship can all have an impact. In some situations, supplements definitely help. Before trying an herb or a supplement, think about what you can add or subtract from your life: exercise, weight loss, treating a condition, or changing a medication. Most of the attention about sex and supplements focuses on men. Read More...
Focusing only on sexual intimacy is unhelpful unless you have an emotional compatibility and connect with your partner. This is because a good relationship and good sexual intimacy are very closely linked to each other. Read More...
When we feel physically unwell, most of us visit the doctor. But many of even when we feel we are in the wrong frame of mind, have bad moods, feel sick of ourselves,etc. we simply get on with life, not really being aware of the effects our behaviour and thoughts might be having on our general sense of wellbeing. Read More...
Sex and the discussion of sexual experiences can often trigger discomfort in people but science has proved that is indeed possible to get addicted to sex. This addiction is similar to that for substances such as nicotine, alcohol, cannabis etc. Sex addiction can be described as any sexual activity that an individual feels has gone out of their control. Read More...
Video therapy is a convenient and affordable way to access psychological help anywhere in the world without needing to commute. One can access it through a personal computer, a tablet or a smartphone at home or any other private location where there is good Internet access. Video therapy is convenient for people that have difficulty travelling to appointments either through distance, Read More...
Sex can be many things: fun, spontaneous, exciting and relaxing, but for some people, sex is a source of fear and anxiety. Read More...
Social media has become a regular part of our childrens’ and teenagers lives today from exploring, gaming to making and maintaining friendships; it is a natural extension of their face to face interactions. However there are specific risks we should take cognisance of. Read More...
Study after study shows that teenagers today want more information about sex than what they are getting. When asked how they would prefer to hear about it, most would rather from their parents; not from their friends/sex ed class/ books or google. Read More...
Advertisments for drugs that promise to give bigger, better and harder erections and ‘cure’ erectile dysfunction (ED) run nonstop everywhere un-monitored. The sales of these medications generate massive amounts of money and most young men who watch these ads end up taking Read More...
The media paints sex as easy and hot and makes it look like everyone but you is having loads of sex. Everyone has sexual problems at some point. Couples have sexual problems that are often easily fixed. Young newlyweds have sexual adjustment problems. Read More...
Load up on Fruits and Veggies: Try to include 5-10 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables in your daily diet. Remember these are antioxidant rich and will make a noticeable difference in your sexual health. Read More...
Some of the most common causes of sexless marriages seen in a sexologist’s daily practice are: hurt feelings, getting turned down repeatedly, not making enough time or not creating the environment for intimacy, or even not communicating their problems to each other. Read More...
Most people have headaches from time to time and usually require no medical attention; however a daily/almost daily headache is definitely a cause for worry. Consult a Psychiatrist if: Read More...
Eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia and binge eating are serious mental illnesses, they are not a lifestyle choice or a diet gone “too far”. They are associated with significant physical complications & increased mortality. Eating disorder not only involves mental illnesses but also wide ranging & serious complications Read More...
Anxiety is a condition that everyone experiences at times – you may feel anxious or nervous due to workplace or home related problems, when making a crucial decision, appearing for exams, etc. Anxiety neurosis or anxiety disorder, however, differs from routine anxiety. It is a mental illness characterized by extreme worry and agitation, Read More...
Sleep is essential for a person’s health and well being, Yet millions of people do not get enough sleep and many suffer from lack of sleep. Everyone’s individual sleep needs vary. In general, most healthy adults are built for 16 hours of wakefulness and need an average of eight hours Read More...