Dr. Lisa Vuich Discusses Sexual Health
Better Sex Through Sound Waves
Does a relationship need great sex to flourish, or are those who enjoy the best sexual experiences just “lucky”?
Over the past 20 years, sexual health has no doubt become a hot topic. Two decades ago the word was taboo, now it’s hard to watch an hour of TV or surf the internet without happening upon a commercial, advertisement or article exploring options for improved sexual performance. Our drive for sex is intertwined with our psychological needs for esteem and connection. Studies from around the globe have shown that a satisfying sex life impacts many aspects of a woman’s life- from longevity and the incidence of heart disease to mental health and the strength of relationships. Truly satisfying sex is an important part of a woman’s overall physical and emotional well-being at any adult age, but many women aren’t feeling as much pleasure as they’d like.