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Can Cannabis Improve Your Sex Life?

Both women and men can experience sexual dysfunction. cannabis

Female sexual dysfunction can include loss of desire, loss of arousal and problems with orgasm.

Erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation are common male sexual dysfunctions.

There are various treatments for these conditions such as Viagra and Priligy.

According to a new survery, from the California medical marijuana company, it that been found that smoking cannabis can serve as a ‘natural’ aphrodisiac.

The results showed that 14% of people taking medical marijuana use the drug to boost their libido and women are more likely to use cannabis, rather than men, to enhance their sex drive.

New York City sexual therapist Dr Ian Kerner said: ‘For men who I work with who suffer from erectile disorder, smoking pot before they have sex can really help them relax and maintain erection.

Studies have shown that for women to go through the process of arousal and to reach orgasm, parts of the brain associated with stress, anxiety and high emotion deactivate.

For some people who can’t lower their anxiety on their own, pot helps them relax.’

However, Dr Kerner has stressed that the effects of cannabis on sex are very person-specific.

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Could Addyi be the new female Viagra?

On 18th August 2015 the U.S FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved the drug Flibanserin, the first and only female treatment for acquired, generalized Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD).

HSDD affects around 1 in 10 women.

HSDD is acquired when symptoms occur after a period of normal sexual functioning.

Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder is a generalized when it occures regardless of the type of sexual activity, sexual partner or the situation.

Flibanserin will only be available in the USA as the brand name Addyi.

There are currently no indications as to when (or if) it will be approved for use in the EU or UK.

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