Sexual arousal includes both psychological arousal, which causes a person to want sex, and physical arousal, which causes physical changes that make it easier for a person to have sex. Although these two factors often go hand in hand, some people may struggle with one or both aspects of arousal. It is worth noting that issues with arousal are likely to be multifactorial. However, there are a number of things that a person can try to increase arousal levels. Read on for tips and remedies on how to get turned on.
Understanding sexual arousal and subjective–genital arousal desynchrony in women
How to get turned on: Tips and remedies
Understanding Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
Nor is it a surprise, given that complexity, that the pharmaceutical industry is having a hard time creating a female version of Viagra. In my opinion, this label does the opposite of turning women on. It makes us feel as though something is wrong with our bodies. Although some women have legitimate difficulties surrounding certain aspects of sex i.
When a woman becomes sexually aroused, her body will respond with physical changes—vaginal lubrication, swelling and tingling in the genitals. This type of sexual difficulty, referred to as sexual arousal disorder , can happen for many reasons. Some of these are emotional in nature, such as stress and anxiety, or problems in a relationship.