Whether it’s as part of a committed relationship or on a more casual basis, sex can impact our lives in many different ways. One that’s often overlooked is its relationship with our wellbeing. With that in mind, we explore how sex and mental health are linked.
Sex is very much a matter of mind. Despite being an act most of us associate with physicality, there is a huge mental component to it. As such, conditions such as depression and anxiety can make it difficult for some people to relax enough to enjoy intimacy. Often, this can exacerbate matters.
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Condoms go by many names such as rubbers, or barriers, and can come in the form of male or female, the latter of which is inserted into the vagina. Condoms are supposed to be 98% effective in the prevention of pregnancies and STIs, but there can be a certain amount of varying opinions and vagaries surrounding this statistic, particularly when they are not used correctly, or are of inferior quality.