Posted on 18 June 2015
We are all familiar these days with the mind and body connection and how our mental state can impact hugely on our health and wellbeing. There are many physical conditions and mental states that can influence how we feel about ourselves, and this is especially true when it comes to sexual health for women.
Physical issues such as pelvic pain, vulvodynia and cystitis can be greatly exacerbated by emotional stress and anxiety. Vaginismus is a psychological condition which can develop because of the beliefs we have about sex or ourselves or after childbirth, sexual pain or trauma (not necessarily sexual).
Women who have contracted genital herpes or other STDs often feel shame and fear of telling future partners. Women who have undergone a mastectomy can feel differently about their bodies and their femininity post operatively, and this can impact strongly on their self image and sexual relationships.
Using Cognitive Hypnotherapy at clinics in Harley Street, London and in Henley on Thames, I have worked successfully with the above conditions and many more. My tailored approach uses a range of proven techniques to gently but clearly identify and respond to the actual root causes of womens sexual health issues rather than just generically treating symptoms.
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