Sadly, research has indicated that more than 70% of women will never orgasm through the act of sexual intercourse alone. In fact, it has been suggested that approximately 11% of ALL women will never have an orgasm in their lifetime.
This is, often, due to the fact that stimulation of the correct areas of the female anatomy that can commonly trigger orgasm is very difficult during intercourse and therefore manual stimulation is generally more successful. There are, however, a number of perceived taboo's about manual stimulation that are, frankly, ridiculous and prevent women from experiencing the joy of orgasm because of the fearful and shameful thoughts that they have been misled into believing.
Helping the people of Scotland to overcome Anorgasmia through the use of Clinical Hypnosis.
Helping the people of Scotland to overcome Anorgasmia through the use of HypnoAnalysis.
Helping the people of Scotland to overcome Anorgasmia by using Cognitive Processing & Integration.
When it is caught early enough, open and honest communication between partners is usually enough to resolve the issue. This is particularly the case if the female has experimented with manual stimulation, and is familiar with how her body reacts to particular forms of stimulation. The key is practice! A woman who knows which 'buttons' to push (if you will forgive the obvious pun) can help her sexual partner to bring her to orgasm through good communication. The same applies to men: how to stroke or pull the penis, or to stimulate other areas, to result in orgasm.
On the other hand, if you are afraid to communicate with your partner about this, the problem is very likely to grow worse and therapy can help to resolve this.
More information on Anorgasmia can be found on the NHS Choices website.
In most instances, Anorgasmia is caused by a lack of appropriate physical stimulation. Quite often, however, other physiological factors play a part, such as the physical effects of tiredness and stress, or the impact of side effects of medication e.g. anti-
Psychological reasons can include, but are not limited to:
Examined individually, a lot of these reasons seem minor, but these can, very quickly, develop into full-
At it's simplest level, Anorgasmia can be helped using Suggestion Therapy. This can help you to relax, to take on board a more productive set of feelings about the sexual experience and, generally, provide a more positive outlook. Studies into the effects of the mind on the body have proven that thoughts of exercise, as an example, can have the physical effect of stimulating the muscles resulting in (about 50% of) the benefits of exercise being obtained. It is, therefore, possible to heighten the sensation in the body by stimulating the mind appropriately under hypnosis, thus making achievement of orgasm easier.
Where the cause of Anorgasmia is considered to be negative past experiences, or abusive and damaging relationships, then Analytical Hypnotherapy or Cognitive Processing & Integration (CPI) Therapy may be of benefit. Once these experiences are identified, we can re-
This problem, very commonly, remains hidden in relationships with women 'faking it' but this can lead to feelings of inadequacy (for both parties if the man identifies the issue), which in turn can lead to stress, anxiety and the loss of interest in sex [LINKS]. Such thoughts can escalate quickly, beginning when young, and can take root deeply.
Whilst the media will focus on Female Anorgasmia, this is also a problem for men. Delayed, or Retarded, Ejaculation is another way that Male Anorgasmia is described. It is suffered by a significant proportion of the male population, but rarely discussed in media.
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All conditions that we can treat with hypnotic techniques require two critical elements for success: your desire to make the change, and your maximum effort. If you have these, nothing can stop you!
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“… you’ve made me a man again! I can’t thank you enough, and neither can Mrs ******! I wasn’t able to perform [sexually], and have had it like that for years. Going back and finding out why this happened meant that I could deal with it. My only issue is that the sessions aren’t long enough. I felt so good that I didn’t want to come out [of hypnosis]”
“I don’t know how to write this, so bear with me. For years, … I’ve pretended to orgasm so often that … I didn’t think it was even possible. You blew that idea out of my head alright. When I think about it it feels weird. I go to ‘sleep’ and wake up able to have shuddering orgasms but I feel so good about it that I just disregard my own surprise. I will certainly be recommending you.”
“Colin, we’re just back from holiday … I did the self hypnosis trick you showed me and imagined the flight as I wanted to experience it. It was great to be part of the trip this time … I must admit that I felt a little anxious in preparation for the holiday, but stuck with your ‘homework’ and it paid off big time. Thanks, buddy, for all your help.”
“I’ve tried the patches, tried the gum, and it didn’t make a blind bit of difference. I was stunned by what you were telling me in our session, couldn’t believe it, but you took the time to explain it and it really hit home. I AM A NON SMOKER … and I love it. Thank you so much. Can you please tell me why is this not available on the NHS?”
Caroline, East Calder
“Thank you, Colin, for giving me back my self confidence. You know what it’s like and you gave me the encouragement to lose my weight. This time, the weight is falling off me!I’ve lost almost two stones already … I feel in control again.”