When it comes to types of contraception, there is a vast amount of information out there to consider. The best female contraception method completely depends on your body and your needs; and luckily, here in the U.K, there are many different types that are readily available to choose from. These options vary from lubricated condoms,  through to hormonal contraceptives, like the pill. So, whether you are looking for more information around the types of female contraception, or you’re trying to decide between the comfort and ease of condoms vs. something maybe more long term, we answer all your questions in our female contraception guide. How does female contraception work? Female contraception can work in different ways depending on the type of female contraception you opt for. Hormonal contraceptives, such as the combined pill or the vaginal ring, contain hormones that work to prevent pregnancy. They usually do this by stopping the body from ovulating, but there are other ways they p

What’s the Best Time of Day for Sex?

  Morning sex vs. evening sex – it’s an age-old conflict, usually with men on one side and women on the other. Men wake up aroused, so morning is prime time. But women often prefer evenings when things have relaxed a bit – after work and chores are done and children are put to bed.  Why does this happen and how can you resolve the issue? Testosterone difference  – Men do have a spike in testosterone between six and nine o’clock in the morning. They naturally like to capitalize on a good morning erection. Unfortunately, women have their lowest amount of daily testosterone in the morning and a minimal increase by evening. Difference in hormone cycles  – Men can experience a daily 25-50% differential in testosterone in the morning, translating to a huge appetite for early sex. For women however, significant changes in testosterone don’t happen daily, but monthly, with the largest increase happening mid-month during ovulation (and that increase is not nearly as dramatic as what men experie

8 Ways Alcohol Can Affect Your Sex Life

  The relationship between alcohol and sex is a tricky one. It can help us open up to healthy sexual activities, but as you can imagine, it can lead us into dangerous situations as well. So, how does alcohol affect our sex lives exactly? Here’s the good and bad of it. Alcohol lowers our inhibitions.  Though it doesn’t actually increase libido, alcohol does lower our inhibitions. It can ease our anxiety and help us move past the issues that have kept us from being sexual. Body image concerns or worries about pleasing a partner or reaching orgasm can be relaxed with a glass of wine. Alcohol may also make erotic talk seem easier. Focusing on performance suffocates a man’s instinct to initiate, and a small amount of alcohol can reduce his fear of a poor outcome and increase his sexual courage. If performance problems are psychogenic, his “going with the moment” and the lack of anxiety will improve his erections or his staying power. Alcohol can help us focus on the present.  Stress is one

How To Help Your Partner If He Has Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is the most common problem that affects men’s sexuality. Most men will suffer from premature ejaculation at one point or another in their life, and that can cause them to be anxious or have low self-esteem. Furthermore, especially in committed relationships, premature ejaculation is a problem that affects both parties, and not just the man. If you are in a relationship with a guy who suffers from premature ejaculation, there are plenty of ways that you can help your partner. Is there any natural treatment for premature ejaculation? 1) Do your Research: The first step to tackling any problem is to fully comprehend it. Doing your research on the matter will allow you to understand premature ejaculation and its causes. Although there are many definitions of premature ejaculation, it usually occurs when a man ejaculates sooner than he or his partner would like. It is the most common sexual complaint in men, and it can be caused by biological factors, or in most cases

How to differentiate In Organic And Psychogenic Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is one of the most common sexual complaints in men. It can be caused by organic or psychogenic factors. While the exact cause can only be determined by a doctor or a professional sexual health practitioner, some signs can inform us of the nature of erectile dysfunction. To understand more about erectile dysfunction and to know more about erectile dysfunction medicine, keep on reading: What is erectile dysfunction? Impotency or Erectile dysfunction also called sexual impotence, is defined as the inability to get and maintain an erection that is sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. While every man can experience erectile dysfunction at a time in his life, it becomes a problem when it happens repeatedly or when it has repercussions on his quality of life. Erectile dysfunction can be organic, which means it is caused by a physical issue. Or it can be psychogenic, meaning it is caused by emotions, stress, or another underlying mental factor. But don’t worry,

Should you discuss sexual problems with your partner?

When it comes to any sexual disorder in men or women, it is important to discuss it with your partner. These days, the maximum percentage of patients suffering from common issues like ED or early ejaculation are of the age group 25-35. Our generation relies too much on what they see online like watching adult videos, movies and reading blogs by non-medical field bloggers. The young generation relies too much on visual content to masturbate , leading to psychogenic erectile dysfunction resulting in dependence on videos and images to achieve an erection. When the time comes for physical activities, the patient fails miserably in getting a hard-on. Even when everything is fine, men are worried if they would be able to satisfy their partners or not. Reason - in adult videos and movies, it is often shown that men are supposed to go on for 30-60 mins without break, and only after that can the woman achieve an orgasm. This is wrong and people should not compare themselves. Every individual is