Sexual Difficulties are a very common and a treatable issue, with research showing that 31% of men and 43% of women having experienced them at some point and to some degree. In general terms sexual difficulties are usually due to an issue with one or more phases of the sexual response cycle.
It is usual for people to feel anxious when they are about to embark on something that is frightening or is important to them, like a job interview or an exam. In most cases, we are aware of the causes of anxiety and manage to control its effects - utilising its benefits to our advantage. At other times, however, people feel anxious for little or no reason and have little or no control over the symptoms.
Depression is a term that is often wrongly used in everyday language to describe when someone is feeling sad or little down. In clinical terms Depression is a severe and persistent lowering of mood, lasting weeks rather than days, that significantly affects a person’s day to day life. Depression can be suffered by anyone and at any stage of their life.