Long-Term and Short-Term Health Benefits of Sexual Expression in Care (and Cure)

Dr Woet L. Gianotten

Not so long ago medical care was only dealing with diseases and problems. Only recently the health benefits of nutrients, exercise and emotional relaxation have received proper attention. Sexology and sexual medicine have not yet reached this stage of development and are still mainly occupied with treating disturbances, without paying proper attention to the health benefits of sexuality. Many physicians linger in the worries about potential dangers of sex such as stroke, myocardial infarction and sexual transmission of infections. On the other side, there is a slowly growing amount of data on the physical benefits of sexuality. 

  

The 22nd Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health
Recorded in Singapore, July 25-28, 2015. 
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Dr Woet L. Gianotten

MD-Psychotherapist, Medical sexologist at the Centre for Physical Rehabilitation De Trappenberg, 'International Society for Sexuality and Cancer's (ISSC) Founding and Board member and Chairman of the Foundation 'Sexuality in disability and disease', The Netherlands.

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