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    Sexologists Advise: 6 things everyone should know

    Communication is central to virtually every aspect of our lives. But these days, it can seem like we’re more interested in social media than connecting with the people closest to us. In the British Sex Survey conducted in 2014, it turned out that a surprisingly large number of respondents – even 61 percent. – stated that it is possible to have a happy relationship or marriage without sex.

    Believe it or not, but a new study has come out that proves that sex is important for a healthy relationship. According to Lindsey L. Hicks, who led the study, a fulfilling sex life is associated with a happier marriage, despite what people say in surveys. “We found that the frequency of sexual intercourse does not affect people’s sense of whether they are happy in their marriage, but the more often a couple makes love, the more spontaneous, instinctive, intuitive their mutual feelings are.”

    We spoke to sexologist in Delhi Dr P K Gupta to ask him what role sex plays in relationships and how we should value intimacy. He singled out six things he thinks everyone should know:

    1. Talking about sex is good!

    Many clients still feel that talking about their sex life is taboo and that thoughts about sex should be kept hidden as extremely personal.

    But the bottom line is that sexuality is a very important part of human reality—it plays a fundamental role in defining our identity and in choosing and forming relationships with our partners. Therefore, it is necessary to talk about sex, there is nothing shameful or humiliating about it.

    Even if your thoughts about sex don’t seem to affect certain other areas of your life, sometimes sharing these inner desires can reveal some other things that on the surface seem completely unrelated.

    2. …but you don’t have to talk ONLY about sex

    Sex is often a symptom, not a cause. Many people come to counselling to solve a problem of a sexual nature, and it is often tempting to focus only on that problem and not talk about anything else.

    When you start looking at the problem, it turns out that problems in the bedroom are often related to other thoughts and feelings. Even seemingly innocent and innocuous things like moving house or changing jobs can have an unexpected effect on sex drive, as attention and energy are focused on things other than sex. Therefore, it is very important to see the whole picture of the couple’s life and understand what is happening in it.

    3. You can’t say anything that will surprise your sexologist

    People turn to sexologists in Delhi for a variety of reasons and sexual problems. These may be questions about their own sexual orientation, sexual fetishes, or erectile dysfunction that they believe is preventing them from enjoying a fulfilling sex life.

    No matter how uncomfortable you may feel about bringing up a particular sex-related issue, know that the professional will never judge you for it, and will remain calm and impartial as you work through this issue together. It’s very common for people to turn to specialists specifically for sexual problems, so it’s very likely that your sex specialist in Delhi has already heard this many times. No matter how embarrassing or dirty you think your secret is, there is a good chance that someone has already told you something similar.

    4. The most important sexual organ is the brain

    People focus so much on the genitals that they forget about the brain. Sex is a deeply psychological and therefore an individual process – what turns one person on can turn another off. This is because we are excited by different sensory stimuli, we all have different positive and negative associations with different situations and events, often related to previous experiences.

    The body can provide a lot of pleasure, but really good sex requires turning on the brain. After all, during an orgasm, a magical cocktail of chemicals – dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphins – is released into the brain, which causes a state similar to a trance. There is no one-size-fits-all definition of a good sex life.

    5. Sex means different things to different people at different times

    There is no single universal definition of what constitutes a good sex life. Sexuality is unstable, each of our needs and desires can vary greatly, even our own, depending on time and circumstances.

    For example, at the beginning of a relationship, sex is usually about passion and pleasure, but as time goes on it becomes more about intimacy and connection, and then, if a couple thinks about having children, sex suddenly becomes purposeful. Sometimes people have trouble coming to terms with these changes and stages, or they may find that their needs no longer match those of their partner. This is why talking about sex is so important in a relationship.

    6. Solve problems without delay

    If you have a sexual problem or concern, it’s best to talk about it as soon as possible. If you are uncomfortable discussing this issue with a family member, friend, or partner, get a good sexologist in Delhi to help you work through this issue.

    The longer you delay, the more likely it is that things will stay in your head or become more complicated. It is always better to boldly raise issues than to let them fester or be ignored. These days, more than ever, people are more open about their sexual orientation and desires, so there’s no need to shut down about your anxieties or problems. Everyone deserves to live the sex life they desire. You also.

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