Hypnosis could help with sexual dysfunction
No talk? Small talk? Real talk is necessary for happiness and feelings of connection. Sexual issues can destroy any relationship if not dealt with properly. Sex can be a difficult subject to discuss with one’s partner. Sexual uncomfortableness can be difficult to face in yourself. However, sexuality is coming out of the closet and you don’t need to suffer forever nor do you need to suffer alone.
Are You Suffering Silently With Any of the Following?
- Sexual identity issues
- Transgender issues
- Premature ejaculation
- Getting comfortable with your body
- Emotional pain caused by molestation, rape, incest and other sexually violent episodes
- Body dysmorphic disorder (seeing your body not as it is in reality)
- Eating disorders based on sexual issues
- Getting comfortable with the opposite sex
Don’t suffer Alone and Don’t Suffer in Silence
While it necessary to have a medical assessment to rule out physical problems, most sexual issues have more to do with emotions and mental attitude than physical dysfunction – it is said that sexual response lives between the ears.
Hypnotherapy May Help You Overcome Sexual Difficulties
Many people have found that once any physical cause has been addressed or ruled out, they are free to explore more natural methods. Hypnosis may be a choice for the following reasons:
1) Hypnosis may speed up the learning process
2) Hypnosis often provides direct access to the autonomic (read: automatic) nervous system.
The autonomic nervous system controls all automatic functions such as temperature, respiration, heartbeat, all muscle movement and habituated behavior (driving, walking, eating, etc.).
Hypnotherapy could help someone become comfortable with their bodies, sensuality, and sexuality. Hypnosis may improve mental state, attitudes, self-talk, view of themselves, self-esteem and self-worth.
Not every hypnotist is comfortable helping people with sexual issues, but I am.
These private and sensitive matters require the help of a sensitive and knowledgeable clinician with whom you can feel comfortable. Remember, your questions are always welcomed.