sexual response

A biochemical and physiological response to sexual stimulation that occurs in men and women after puberty

sexual response

Gynecology A biochemical and physiological response to sexual stimulation that occurs in ♂ and ♀ after puberty Phases Excitement, plateau, orgasm, resolution
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Rezaee, codirector of the Program for Sexual Health and Vulvovaginal Disorders at University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, explained how each treatment acts in the chemical cascade of desire and sexual response.
With a novel mechanism, which modulates pathways in the brain already proven to be involved in sexual response, Lorexys is designed to help a majority of patients achieve meaningful response.
Provide information about anatomy, physiology, normal sexual response, sexual changes occurring with age, medication use (e.
This week, Johnson's wondering what the best course of action would be to keep her job, since Masters' proposal that they participate in the sexual response study.
MASTERS OF SEX (Channel 4, Tuesday, 9pm) SET in the 1950s, the drama continues to chronicle American gynaecologist William Masters' pioneering research with Virginia Johnson into the nature of human sexual response.
Defined as present-moment, non-judgmental awareness, mindfulness skills have been incorporated into both individual and group treatment programs and found to be effective for significantly improving several domains of sexual response and decreasing sex-related distress.
Johnson, the pioneering researchers who made sense of the mysteries of intimacy and corrected misconceptions about intercourse for millions of readers in books like their 1966 best seller, "Human Sexual Response.
In other words, hypersexuality did not appear to explain brain differences in sexual response any more than simply having a high libido, senior author Nicole Prause, a researcher in the department of psychiatry at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA, said.
Cultural norms influence sexuality by messages on how often one should have sex and the nature of sexual response directly impacting a person's individual expectations.
Hite's important assertion that there is more to female sexual response than penetration triggered a wave of information about female sexuality.
She discusses the impact of culture and sexual identity; sexual anatomy, reproductive functioning, and sexual response in relation to substance use and addition problems; safe sex and self-care; how to talk about traumatic sexual experiences; body image; fantasy and masturbation; positive sexual self-concept; how to be intimate in a relationship; and spirituality.
This will enable more physicians and patients across the Midwest to access Eros Therapy, and help ensure that appropriate patients know there is something they can do to rediscover control over their sexual response.