If you’re like most people, you have little difficulty talking to your healthcare provider about your aches and pains. But talking to your healthcare provider about sexual health is a whole different matter. That’s what an online healthcare destination BeSmartBeWell.com observes.
It says talking about sex may not be a regular part of your doctor-patient relationship, but it should be. Sexuality is an important part of life, and maintaining good sexual health is important to both your physical health and overall well-being, say experts featured in a new video at BeSmartBeWell.com.
Meanwhile, a survey reveals that while Americans are having more sex (151 times a year / 2.9 times a week) compared to 2011 (120 times a year / 2.3 times a week), sexual satisfaction is on the decline, with 67 percent of Americans claiming to be satisfied with their sex life in 2012 versus 76 percent in 2011. (Read: Sex Life Survey Gives a Peek Beneath the Sheets)
“Sexual health is about having a positive, respectful and responsible approach to sexuality and relationships,” explains Elizabeth Torrone, PhD, an epidemiologist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and one of the experts featured in Let’s Talk About Sexual Health.
Sex and intimacy are a normal, healthy part of life, but there are risks associated with being sexually active. To maintain good sexual health, you should understand the risks and talk to your healthcare provider about lowering those risks, the site suggests.
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