You may feel that you are different, more sensitive, or just don’t really fit in with society in general – when it comes to your sexual drive and participation. But really there is no normal. Effective Hypnosis aims to help people overcome sexual anxieties in order to make them completely comfortable.
In 2019 Matthew has completed training with The Essex Institute in order to qualify with a Diploma as a Specialist in Psychosexual Dysfunction. He can use psychosexual therapy to help people overcome guilt, shame and embarrassment – helping with male and female problems, such as :
Male Problems Female Problems
Erectile Failure Vaginismus ,
Premature Ejaculation Penetration anxiety,
Withheld Ejaculation Anorgasmia,
Penetration Anxiety, Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome,
Pelvic Steal, Post Coital Nausea,
Inability To Ejaculate Hyper-orgasmia,
Erectile Pain, Obsession,
Fetish Apparent Addiction,
Obsession, Hypoactive Sexual Desire disorder,
Apparent Addiction Exhibitionism
A few of these are physical problems that can be sorted out with your GP and/or aids, but others are psychological and can be treated. Phone 01895810772 /07732391008 to book, an initial consultation.
Hypnotherapy can be used to help build sexual confidence to start relationships.
Matthew can help with SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION issues, that affect a large percentage of men, at various stages. Many men are too embarrassed to discuss it, but Effective Hypnosis is there to help. We can also help with fertility issues.
Blog post 13.10.19
Adam Kay writes in The Sunday Times Health column suggesting that more men with ED go to see their GP.
He says that it can be caused by depression, stress and anxiety – which can be treated with talking therapies. But also suggests stopping smoking, cutting down on alcohol, exercising more and eating better may solve the problems. He gives advice on the main drugs that are used – Sildenafil (Viagra) and Tadafil (Cialis), possible side effects, and how they can affect use of other medications. He then goes on to discuss alternative remedies.
It is both an informative and humourous article and can be acccessed through the Times website.
Matthew Hall, Master in Clinical Hypnosis
and Specialist in Psychosexual Dysfuntion
01895810772 / 07732391008
Doctors identify two types of ED – Primary ED – those who have never experienced an erection (this is rare) and Secondary ED – occurring in people that once had a regular erectile function. Secondary ED can be reversed.
Some medications may cause ED. Also Depression, Stress, Smoking, Alcohol or Drug abuse, Chronic illness, Kidney disorders, Nerve damage from diabetes Stroke
Common treatments are
Blog post from www.thebestof.co.uk/local/ealing 30/9/19
Dr Max Pemberton, the Daily Mail’s Mind Doctor, claims that sex addiction isn’t really a disease but rather an excuse to behave badly.
He cites published recent research from Sweden’s Karolinska Institute – that suggests those suffering from sex addiction have elevated levels of the hormone Oxytocin – which promotes bonding and affection – and, the Institute claims, they are compelled to seek out sex and ‘cannot control themselves’.
He bemoans the fact that so many celebrities and public figures have used sex addiction as an excuse for their behaviours, and, after a spell in rehab, have announced that they are cured. He also suggests that others, with high levels of oxytocin – such as women in chidbirth – do not behave in this manner. He also says that many of his psychiatrist friends are more than willing to make a sex addiction diagnosis to those who will pay for one.
And, whilst it is true that Sexual Addiction has only been in existance since it was first coined by the American Psychiatric Association in 1987, and was only recognised as a disease by the World Health Organisation last year, many see it as So-Called Sexual Addiction.
So-Called Sexual Addiction is mostly sexual obsession – that leads to people pursuing sex at every opportunity – taking great risks to health, career and relationships. As a compulsive disorder, once fulfilled, it releases chemicals in the brain that make sufferers feel good – perhaps soothing an old emotional wound – they then become addicted to the feel good chemicals, and use them to hide away from pain.
Hypnotherapy is an excellent tool for tackling So-Called Sexual addiction, and the emotions that lead to it. Matthew Hall has been working with Clinical Hypnosis for twenty years and has recently studied for a Diploma in Psychosexual Dysfunction. He welcomes referrals.
Matthew Hall, Master in Clinical Hypnosis
Loss of libido
Depression – low levels of serotonine and dopamine can lead to lack of desire. Stress causes our dopamine resources to evaporate, so even stress management will help your sex life. What has been termed ‘the female Viagra’, flibanserin, sold as Addiyi, targets the brain – boosting dopamine – to gear up motivation and excitement – whilst dulling serotonin, the neurotransmitter that makes us self-conscious.
Stress – producing cortisol and adenaline – that may turn off desire hormones
Alcohol and Drugs – disrupting the balance of chemicals in the body
Porn – which may reduce motivation for real contact, addiction to porn may lead to false expectations and loss of interest when these don’t manifest
and Obesity – which may lead to loss of energy.
Now, whilst hypnotherapy does not intend to interrupt a clinical treatment for depression, it can do a lot to bring the sunshine back into someone’s life. We can influence how the body produces endorphins, to help people feel great again.
Hypnotherapy can be used to enhance sexual experience,
Hypnotherapy can have a great influence on stress levels and use up the fight or flight chemicals in a healthy fashion – turning adrenaline into excitement,.
Hypnotherapy can end drug and alcohol addiction and need.
Hypnotherapy can end porn addiction.
Hypnotherapy can tackle obesity problems.
Hypnotherapy can be used to bring back the original desire and motivations that first attracted couples to each other.
Hypnotherapy is therefore a valid treatment for loss of libido.
Once initial contact has been made, Matthew Hall will offer to give prospective customers a preliminary phone call – free of charge – for 20-30 minutes, in order to determine the problem and plan therapy – before the first appointment is made. he will need the assurance that you can talk freely, without having to worry about anyone listening.