In our daily routine therapy, we often encounter roommates who do not feel like they are frigid, but this is actually a misunderstanding! Having no sensation in the same room belongs to a lack of pleasure and is not a category of frigidity. Lack of pleasure and frigidity are two different sexual disorders. Long term lack of pleasure may lead to frigidity, but frigidity does not necessarily mean lack of pleasure. In many people's sexual cognition, the lack of pleasure is regarded as sexual indifference, which inevitably leads to incorrect adjustments and improvements, delaying treatment and improvement. Today, institutional experts from Nicomu will explain to everyone what a lack of pleasure is.
Lack of pleasure usually refers to the inability to experience sexual pleasure or pleasure until the end of sexual intercourse, both in the pre sexual and during the process.
Reasons for lack of pleasure
Lack of sexual pleasure is mainly caused by two factors: sexual physiology and sexual psychology. One is the physiological or pathological impairment of the body's sensory nervous system, such as sexual sensation, transmission, reception, and feedback, resulting in a lack of physiological response to pleasure during sexual behavior. The second is the lack of pleasure caused by psychological factors, including outdated sexual attitudes, lack of concentration, male impatience, lack of foreplay, marital discord, poor living environment, long-term or excessive use of certain drugs, and excessive work and life pressure, which can all lead to women not experiencing pleasure during sexual behavior. According to institutional experts in Nicomu, psychological factors play a significant role in the lack of pleasure, with only a few women experiencing sexual dysfunction.
Classification of lack of pleasure:
Classification One, Primary and Secondary
Primary refers to women who have never received satisfactory pleasure responses since sexual intercourse;
Secondary sex refers to the ability of women to experience normal pleasure reactions in the past but now they have lost this ability.
Category II: completeness and Circumstances
Completeness refers to the fact that women can not obtain satisfactory pleasure reaction in any situation or with any partner;
Situational sex refers to the pleasure response that a woman can achieve in certain situations or with certain partners.
When women experience a lack of pleasure, they are unable to obtain pleasure or maintain the pleasure response during sexual intercourse. This can easily lead to sexual pain and make women subconsciously avoid sexual intercourse, resulting in frigidity.
Lack of pleasure can be divided into two types: physiological and psychological reasons. For the lack of pleasure caused by organic reasons, the main approach is to treat the primary lesion according to various reasons and provide targeted treatment. For the lack of pleasure caused by psychological factors, the first is to strengthen the learning of sexual knowledge, the second is to increase the application of sexual skills, and the third is to carry out sexual stimulation promotion treatment to promote the strengthening of sexual function.
If encountering serious sexual arousal disorders, it is necessary to actively seek the help of professional treatment personnel. This is the happiness of two people, and we must not abandon ourselves; The general lack of pleasure disorder can be improved through training and treatment.