Sexual health is fundamental to the overall health and well-being of individuals, couples and families, and to the social and economic development of communities and countries. Sexual health, when viewed affirmatively, requires a positive and
respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences, free of coercion, discrimination and violence. The ability of men and women to achieve sexual health and
well-being depends on their: Access to comprehensive, good-quality information about sex and sexuality; Knowledge about the risks they may face and their vulnerability to adverse consequences of unprotected sexual activity; Ability to access
sexual health care; Living in an environment that affirms and promotes sexual health.
Sexual health-related issues are wide-ranging, and encompass sexual orientation and gender identity, sexual expression, relationships, and pleasure. They also include negative consequences or conditions such as: Infections with human immunodeficiency
virus (HIV), sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and reproductive tract infections (RTIs); un-intended pregnancy and abortion; sexual dysfunction.
When we talk about health, we need to include sexual health, which plays a crucial role in our well-being. Anything that negatively affects the individual or the relationship is likely to have a spill-over effect into sex. So couples who are
suffering due to economic strain, conflict over how much to socialize, pressure due to family workload & commitment, etc. are likely to feel not just emotionally disconnected but also sexually shut down. Added to that, the lack of free time
(due to increased responsibilities at home) and absence of outlets like social engagements and group exercise may leave some people too exhausted to have sex. That's one of the reasons it's important to carve out time to focus on your sex life.
Sexual satisfaction is an important aspect of sexual wellness. If sex doesn't feel good or isn't satisfying, you're not going to want to do it. This creates frustration in the relationship and an emotional disconnect.
Suggested five things to improve your sexual wellness.
Do your research:
Experts see lack of information as the biggest barrier between people and sexual wellness. That can stem from growing up in a conservative or religious household where shame may be associated with sex. It can be the
case even after people marry and have "permission" to have sex. Just the uncomfortable way people feel when talking about sex is a direct effect of the shame so many of us carry. Schools may also not provide adequate sex education.
Information about masturbation, pleasure and how to talk to your partner about sex is often not discussed or taught. That's why it's important to find a health care provider who will work with you or to do research on your own.
At the bare minimum, finding well-researched books and websites is a first step Or you could gather a group of friends and approach a sex educator about giving a presentation. Even adults can use refresher courses in sex education.
Get comfortable with your body:
Once you've educated yourself, the next step is to put that information into practice. A lot of people don't have a solid grasp of what pleasure is and what it means for them. You have to spend time
discovering what feels good to you and how to communicate that to your partner. Get to know your body through touch. Find out what you like about your body and what feels good and what doesn't. Developing a positive attitude around
your body and sexual pleasure is paramount.
Learn to communicate:
Put simply, you need to be able to talk to your partner about sex. Learning effective communication skills is absolutely key. People need to learn how to use their voice to communicate their likes and dislikes
with their partners. The American Sexual Health Association recommends talking to your partner about boundaries and desires before you start getting intimate. That being said, it could also be fun to experiment and talk with your partner
at the same time, offering hands-on instructions in the moment.
Just like other aspects of your life, your sexual needs (and your partner's) may change over time. Talking about likes and dislikes isn't a one-time conversation because the sex is going to be different from the honeymoon
stage to five years in. When [the honeymoon stage] wears off, that's when you need to learn to cultivate great sex. Be willing to adapt to differences in everything from changes in your and your partner's sex drives to desires and preferences.
A lot of people think the sex should come naturally and easily, and it doesn't for some people. Check and recheck and renegotiate and keep talking.
Bring in a professional:
If you and your partner are unable to work through things on your own, don't be afraid to reach out for help. When you feel like you're hitting roadblocks around communication, if you're experiencing some
sort of sexual difficulty, it could be time to talk to a specialist. A therapist can help couples talk about desire and arousal and work through any other issues that are giving them trouble. It's hard, especially for women, to experience
a high degree of sexual satisfaction if the emotional connection is weak. It's better to seek treatment early. The longer an issue goes on; usually it's harder to overcome. It's a couple issue and has to be addressed as a couple. Don't
dismiss sexual wellness, if you're not satisfied or getting what you want, address it.
Q. What are Herbal powders?
The useful part of Herbs or medicinal plant is selected, dried, powdered & sieved to 40 or 60 mesh. They can be easily stored and transported.
Q. How effective are Herbal Powders?
They are very effective and fast acting if taken as recommended for particular illness and in correct dosage, as suggested by health practitioner. The result may be seen within 5-7 days.
Q. What is the Shelf life of Herbal Powders?
Generally dried powdered herbs if stored properly never get spoiled or damaged. They may be less effective after 5 years of manufacturing.
Q. What are the importance of Herbal medicines?
Herbal medicines are derived from Natural, Pure Herbs with Natural origin. They work as per their content of natural, pure Bio-active substances (Glucosides), which are not chemicals and not artificially induced!
Hence no side-effects of Herbal Medicines, if taken in recommended dosage and for specific illness, Like – Tribulus Powder very good for Sexual Wellness.
Q. Can you make tea from powdered herbs?
Teas can be made by pouring 1 cup of boiling water over 1–2 teaspoons of dried herbs. Cover and let tea steep for 5 minutes or so (roots and bark take longer). Then filter or decant the upper Tea solution and drink.
Q. How you can say, there is Sexual wellness?
If a Men & Women have satisfied Sexual experience, if the reproductive organs are healthy, if you are most of the time energetic & happy with positive frame of mind, your sleep is good, then you can say that there is Sexual wellness!
Q. How can you judge that there is need of Sexual check up?
If there is some reproductive organs health issues, low libido, lack of or incomplete Orgasm, low feeling, if there is irregularities in menstrual cycles, restlessness, anxiety – are the signs that you need a Sexual Health Check up!
Q. How to Boost Sexual wellness health?
Get rid of reproductive organs health issues, discuss regarding sexual activity with partners, improve your knowledge regarding Sexual health with help of Authentic literatures, limit sexual activities quantitively, maintain sanitary
hygiene, do not take unnecessary stress, eat healthy food, exercise regularly, sleep at regular time for minimum 6-7 hours in a day, have a Me-Time, dedicated to self - development, enjoyment, fun-frolic.
Q. Herbs good for Sexual Wellness?
Tribulus, Indian Kudzu, Safed musli, Tongkat ali, Shilajit, Ashwagandha, Nutmeg.