Anxiety and the Treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions
To look into the role of anxiety and the treatment of sexual dysfunctions, two sets of data have been considered in this paper: firstly, the anxiety profile of sexually dysfunctional patients, to see whether anxiety is characteristic of these patients; and secondly, anxiety reduction and the treatment of sexual dysfunction, to see whether reducing anxiety is necessary to improve the dysfunction.
KeywordsSexual Dysfunction Sexual Arousal Sexual Response Premature Ejaculation Female Sexual Dysfunction
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