09/22/2017

Exercise to boost sex with Internet addiction a major spreading disease among teenagers,says a medical report

By Live Dr - Tue Feb 03, 12:06 pm

Exercise to boost sexual arousal

Exercising pelvic floor muscles (PFMs) can enhance arousal and sensation during sex, according to an expert.
Exercise to boost sexual arousal
The pelvic floor is a layer of muscles spanning the bottom of the pelvis that gives control over the bladder and bowel.
“Voluntary contraction of these muscles helps with sensation and arousal during sexual intercourse (and) involuntary contractions of the muscles occur during orgasm,” the Daily Telegraph quoted Royal Brisbane Women
Royal Brisbane Women‘s Hospital physiotherapist Rowan Hill, as saying.

On the other hand, not exercising PFMs could lead to loss of sensation and arousal during sex and difficulty in achieving orgasm.
“Just as with all other voluntary muscles in the body, if the PFMs are not exercised regularly they will get weak,” Hill said.
If the muscles are not exercised regularly, women can lose control of basic bodily functions when doing everyday activities such as jumping, sneezing and lifting.
Prolonged suffering from the effects of weak pelvic floor muscles could even lead to depression.
Most women exercising their pelvic floor muscles soon after falling pregnant when fronting-up for their first antenatal class.
But Hill says the earlier females start, the better it is.
“All who have had children should do regular pelvic floor muscle exercises,”” Hill said.
“However, there is a school of thought that women should begin doing some PFM exercises earlier in their teenage years,” Hill added.

Internet addiction is now a clinical disorder

Internet addiction is now a clinical disorder
Feeling irritated because you can’t access the Internet? Well, may be it’s time to seek medical help as Internet addiction is now considered a clinical disorder rather than a bad habit, according to a new Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD) diagnostic manual approved over the weekend by psychologists.

The two major symptoms of IAD are lingering online for more than six hours a day instead of working or studying and having adverse reactions from not being able to get online, reports China Daily.
According to the manual, IAD sufferers usually engage in five main activities – Online gaming, net pornography, excessive involvement in virtual social networking, too much Internet shopping and general cyber-surfing.
Tao Ran, a leading medical professional on addiction in China who also headed the drafting of the manual, said that the guide would be the first of its kind in the world if the Ministry of Health officially approves it.
Tao said that the ministry is highly likely to give the manual the green light next year.
“If so, China will be the first country to recognize IAD as a clinical disease, like gambling or alcohol addiction,” Tao said.

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