Sexual Depression Treatment 

You are not alone, there are large numbers of individuals who are clinically depressed and are also facing sexual issues. Sexual issues, such as, the inability to have orgasm or the inability to maintain an erection, and depression often go hand-in-hand. If you are one of them, there is nothing to be worried about. There is a good news for you i.e. sexologist in Bhopal can treat sexual issues, which are related to depression.

What is the relationship between sexual problems and depression?

Consider brain as a very sensitive sexual organ. The desire to have sex begins in the brain and works its way down. Neurotransmitter, a brain chemical, is responsible for the same. Such chemicals increments the communication between the cells of the brain and generated more flow of blood to the sex organs. If you are depressed or going through mood disorder, your brain circuit that communicate with the help of chemicals would not be able to function properly. A large number of men and women going through depression reports of having low or no desire for sex. And that impacts intimate relationship tremendously.

Do antidepressants cause sexual problems?

Antidepressants are very helpful in boosting one’s mood and sense of self-worth. Be that as it may, there are some antidepressants, such as, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), which can have undesirable side effects on your body. Sexual issues can be a result of such side effects.

When to see a sexologist in Bhopal?

In case, you are suffering from depression and at the same time you are also experiencing low interest in having sex or issues with the sexual functioning, it is vital for you to make an appointment with a sexologist in Bhopal, in order to figure out the if the reason behind your sexual dysfunction is the depression, the antidepressant you may be taking, or some other medical explanation. The sexologist can help you manage the side effects of antidepressant that you may be taking without compromising treatment. Your sexologist may advise you to try some other new antidepressants which may not lower your libido and sexual response.