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HSDD - Hypoactive sexual desire disorder

Humor the solution to this problem
General considerations and the role of herbals such as Humor

The female sexual disorders are widespread and such grounds are often neglected, first by women. Their relevance or importance may be due to many reasons. To facilitate understanding, all female sexual disorders can be divided into the following type:

  • Disorders of Desire
  • Disorders of arousal
  • Orgasmic Disorders
  • Gender Identity Disorders
  • Paraphilias
  • Compulsive sexuality
  • Problems nonsexual that can cause sexual problems.
Sexual desire disorders
  • Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder: The essential peculiarity is the lack or absence of sexual desire and sexual fantasies. Often this condition is in force in individuals who have problems with arousal or obtaining orgasm
  • Sexual Aversion Disorder: The main feature of this disorder is that it leads to avoid contact of a sexual nature. In some cases, the aversion to the sexual activity can even go to any generic form of intimacy, such as kissing and bodily union sexualized. The existence of anxiety, disgust or fear is common when circumstances may herald a sexual intimacy
  • Disorder of the orgasm: the key feature of this disorder, also known as Anorgasmia is the difficulty, the impossibility or habitual slowness in achieving orgasm after an appropriate period of sexual excitement (also intended with the old and misleading name of frigidity).
    In the absence of biological dysfunctions, in many cases this difficulty is related to problematic of the neglect by the woman who seeks rather to maintain a persistent control over what is happening on the personal emotional responses, emotions receiving that can blocking the flow of emotions.
    If self-control is highlighted, the inability to verify the pleasure also intervenes during autoerotic activity and usually is accompanied by the inhibition of erotic imagery.

HSDD - Hypoactive sexual desire disorder

Phytotherapeutic treatment with Humor: the solution to this problem
Sexual pain disorders
  • Dyspareunia: The distinctive feature of this disorder is a substantial suffering that involves the genitals during sexual activity, specifically during intercourse but even before or after it. The intensity of evil may differ considerably from individual to individual and from circumstance or context. In order we can speak of dyspareunia in women this disorder should not be attributable solely to vaginismus or at the lack of lubrication
  • Vaginismus: the key feature of this disorder is the repeated or persistent involuntary contraction of muscle tissue in an attempt to implement vaginal penetration with the penis but is in some cases also with fingers during gynecological examination. In some cases, the muscle spasm makes it impractical the penetration
  • Disorders of the Gender Identity: are disorders characterized by strong and persistent identification with the opposite sex, showing an intense discomfort for their biological sex. This problem seems to be a woman on 100,000 / 150,000
  • Paraphilias: more known by the term depravity and perversions, are quite rare in women. To be recognized as actual paraphilias, desires, or how to act the person must cause intense discomfort or damage to the common life, work or are needed to produce excitement or involve individuals against their will. The most common paraphilias in women is sexual masochism, while all other paraphilias appear to be uncom
  • Compulsive sexuality: for compulsive sexual activity is meant research recurrent of different partners for their own desire, or the practice of a compulsive masturbation. In some cases it is a problem evaluable as obsessive, in others as a management problem of human relations in general and also known by its old name of nymphomania
  • Unfulfilled sexuality: even if the sex life does not seem to show any apparent problem, it can actually prove to be inadequate for the woman. This status can be due to various reasons but mainly to a kind of lock free expressi-
    on of desires and emotions.
    In addition to this, it is rather usual that the woman consider predominant the male satisfaction than at the female and therefore to overshadow his personal needs. Finally, the fear of being left behind, judged or looked down upon may admit sexual relations or particular sexual activities without having real desire. This gives rise to dissatisfaction, anger, blame and unsatisfactory sexuality.
    The difficulty to indulge, guilt, inadequacy for the body, prohibit the practices that would instead experienced as pleasant, leads to sexual behavior only outwardly appropriate and rewarding. Difficulties of this kind are quite usual and often the woman is not even fully aware of the incompleteness and of the lack of total self-determination in its sexual dimension.

HSDD - Hypoactive sexual desire disorder

Phytotherapeutic treatment with Humor: the solution to this problem
Non-sexual problems that can cause sexual problems
  • Depression may involve a decrease in sexual desire and certain antidepressant medications, even if they are useful and sometimes essential, are able to cause a decrease in the desire and the difficulty or inability to reach the orgasm
  • A troubled relationship and not liking towards your body can cause Sexual Disorders and Eating Disorders
  • The persistent stress such as that caused by work, can give rise to difficulties at the level of desire, of abandonment, of the ability to have orgasm, even with the possibility of suffering
  • The presence of high levels of anxiety can curb sexual desire and produce impediments to surrender
  • Problems of torque, especially if marked by tension, sullenness, aggression are manifested in a direct or mediated and they are able to score in profound the intimacy of the couple and then also in the sphere of sexual life
  • Problems gynecological infections, irritations and further gynecological disorders are able to give rise to pain during intercourse; pain, in turn, can cause stiffening of the muscles and therefore the increase of the pain itself. The pain intensified so can lead to blockage of sexual desire, with the intention not to submit to more pain
  • Clinical problems. Many diseases are able to give rise to different sexual disorders and on the front of sexual desire in the first place. Some of these diseases are represented by intestinal carcinomas metastatic to certain endocrine diseases, permanent kidney failure, diabetes, liver cirrhosis and liver disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson’s disease, debilitating diseases or due to chronic pain.

Are especially forms of psychic basic to react positively to this method of treatment. A new U.S. research has documented that, in individuals with anxiety and depression and sexual problems, herbal medicine therapies are indicated as first-line drugs.

HSDD - Hypoactive sexual desire disorder

Phytotherapeutic treatment with Humor: the solution to this problem

Profiles associated with depression and sexual desire disorder (HSDD), the most useful plants that are formulated in Humor:

  • St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) in Humor Naturdieta: St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) summit dry extract 0.3% hypericin (2.33 mg.).
    It is a perennial herb widely known also under the name of St John’s wort. The flowers are the part of the plant from which We acquire the extracts usually employed and even if the antidepressant procedure and the active principle responsible have not yet been fully explained, reference is made to the hypericin, hyperforin and flavonoids for the mechanism d ’action which would indicate an ’activity on the brain neurotransmitters, which are important in regulating mood, such as serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine
  • Research and clinical trials have conclusively proven the efficacy of Hypericum extracts on depressive situations of medium severity. It has recently conducted in the British Medical Journal a meta-analysis of clinical applications, where it is clear that St. John’s wort (in the form of standardized dry extract as that found in Humor) has proven effective as the imipramine, amitriptyline, maprotiline, desipramine etc. and free of side effects
  • Among the multiple mechanisms of action needed to clarify the result antidepressant of hypericum extract was also shown the ability to promote the secretion of endogenous nocturnal melatonin, with a more pronoun-
    ced reaction to alternating light-dark.
The St. John’s wort works in synergy with multiple complex mechanisms of depression
  • Inhibition of reuptake of serotonin, norepinephrine and ?-aminobutyric acid (GABA) which is the main inhibitory neurotransmitter in the central nervous system at the synaptic level. There is evidence that prolonged instability of these mediators at the synaptic level is expressed with a strong antidepressant activity. Hypericin, in addition, can occupy the serotonin receptor sites on nerve cells covering the role, also in this case, of antidepressant
  • Inhibition of monoamine oxidase type A (MAO-A) and catechol-o-methyltransferase (COMT), which leads to an increased activity of the nervous mediators stimulating action. Both of these actions are mainly attributable to quercitrin, its aglycone and tetraidroxantone, generating a strong antidepressant outcome
  • Outcomes hormonal (photodynamic): it should be noted, in particular, a significant increase of the nocturnal secretion of melatonin and a interdiction of the formation of cortisol, due essentially to the hypericin, thanks to an expanded use of light radiation. This activity facilitates a restful night’s sleep and a good wake up without disturbing the REM sleep, during which the reworking takes place and the ’mnemonic activities of the events that occurred during the day.