Thousands of British soldiers recieve Viagra and sex therapy from the army after claiming that active duty has ruined their love lives. Viagra has been dished out to more than 3000 and psychosexual therapy delivered to 60 - according to the Mail on Sunday 24.3.19.
A study found that soldiers struggling with PTSD were more likely to have erectyle dysfunction than others. Researchers at Michael E De Bakey VA Medical Centre, Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, and Argosy University in Chicago, said;
"PTSD impairs sexual functioning across multiple domains - desire, arousal, orgasm, and satisfaction"
But if severe stress is the root cause - then surely Viagra is not the remedy. Mental health issues and antidepessants are more likely to be the cause of erectyle dysfunction. Treating psychosexual problems with therapy seems far more effective.
Matthew Hall, Master in Clinical Hypnosis (and trainee Psychosexual Therapist)
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