Cybersex Addiction

Did you happen to watch Oprah today?  How about the fact that approximately 15% of all people who look at pornography on the internet are sexually addicted to it?  Are you or one of your loved ones one of these people? Sex Addiction Los Angeles

If you think you have a problem, take a look at this article.  It’s a comprehensive look at what cybersex addiction is, who is prone to it, why people do it and what to do to get out of it.

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Science and Consciousness Conference

Although this doesn’t have much to do with sex and sexuality, I want to invite you anyway.  This is a fascinating conference where you will learn and stretch your ideas about the nature of life.  If your curious, I encourage you to take a look at this site. Sex Addiction Los Angeles
John Cogswell and Alexandra Katehakis will be a featured presenters at The 2006 International Conference on Science and Consciousness, April 21-26, in Santa Fe, New Mexico,  USA.
The exploration of consciousness remains the new frontier of scientific inquiry.  Physicists, medical researchers, psychologists, anthropologists, shamans, healers, meditators have all experienced phenomenon which cannot be explained under the old scientific paradigm.    This conference brings together a multi-disciplinary team of experts in the field of consciousness who will share their knowledge through lecture, discussion and experiential sessions.
Come join your peers and 48 presenters including Peter Russell, Don Campbell, Fred Alan Wolf, Helen Caldicott, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Richard Moss, Dan Millman, Gregg Braden, Cleve Backster, Konstantin Korotokov, JZ Knight, Christine Page, Russell Targ, William Tiller, and MORE.

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Erectile Dysfunction

Are you and/or your partner concerned about erectile dysfunction?  Many men suffer from this problem and often times the solution to the problem is easier then people think.

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Here are some frequently asked questions:

What Is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction, commonly referred to as ED, is the inability to achieve and sustain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse.

2. Is Erectile Dysfunction a Normal Part of Aging?

No. ED doesn’t have to be a part of getting older. While it is true that older men may need more stimulation (such as stroking and touching) to achieve an erection, they should still be able to get an erection and enjoy sex.

3. Can Erectile Dysfunction Be Prevented?

For people who are at risk of developing ED due to personal behavior, such as drinking too much alcohol, steps may be taken to prevent its occurrence. However, other causes of ED may not be preventable.

4. How Is Erectile Dysfunction Treated?

There are many different ways ED can be treated, including: oral medications, sex therapy, penile injections and surgery. Each type of treatment has its own advantages and disadvantages. Talk to your doctor to determine the best treatment for you.

5. How Successful Is Viagra at Treating ED in Diabetics?

Viagra is generally a successful therapy for erectile dysfunction, with about 50% of people achieving positive results using the drug with a minimum of side effects.

6. Does Insurance Cover ED Treatment?

Insurance coverage of ED depends upon the type of treatment prescribed. If there is a documented medical condition that is shown to be causing ED, insurance will usually cover at least some of it. Sex therapy and medications that have not yet been approved by the FDA, however, are generally not covered. Along with sexual therapy and medications not approved by they FDA, Medicaid does not cover vacuum constriction devices or penile implants. Talk to your insurance provider to determine if the treatment you are considering will be covered.

Reviewed by the doctors at the Glickman Urological Institute at The Cleveland Clinic.

Edited by Charlotte E. Grayson, MD, WebMD, June 2004.

Portions of this page © The Cleveland Clinic 2000-2004

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Sexual Resource Directory

If you need help with your sex life or have questions about your sexual health, take a look at this web site.  It is chocked full of practitioners all over the country who can assist you with your needs.

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