The Essentials of Sex at a Mature Age

Some people may say that the phrase “sex in the golden years” is simply putting a positive spin on a mostly negative issue. Others may even say that the phrase is an oxymoron, because they think that as soon as people reach their 60s, or whatever age you think is “old,” sex goes out the window. While aging does come with some negative aspects of sex, you can in fact have a healthy sex life — and an enjoyable one, at that — right up into your 90s . . . and beyond.

How to Enjoy Sex after Menopause

Menopause is a fact of life for every woman, although each woman goes through the process at a different age and with different levels of symptoms. The result, however, is the same for all. That result [more…]

What to Expect during Menopause

Menopause is a fact of life for every woman, although each woman goes through the process at a different age and with different levels of symptoms. The result of menopause is that a woman stops releasing [more…]

Perimenopause and How to Deal With It

Before a woman reaches menopause, she’s in what is called perimenopause. If you feel like you aren’t the “right” age for menopause but you're still experiencing many menopausal symptoms, you're probably [more…]

The Connection between Men's Health and Erections

Impotence and erectile dysfunction (ED) may seem like health tragedies to the men who suffer from them. In fact, the ability to have an erection may be more centrally connected to good health than you [more…]

Erectile Dysfunction: The Causes and Treatments

Erectile dysfunction (ED), also called impotence, is the term used when a man is unable to have an erection. Erectile dysfunction is the second most common male sexual problem. Although ED can strike at [more…]

Having Sex After a Heart Attack

One of the most common problems that affects sexual functioning is a heart attack. If you or your partner has recently suffered a heart attack, you may be wondering when you can have sex again. Or perhaps [more…]

How to Deal with Sex and Disability

For many people with disabilities, perhaps the most difficult part of sex is finding a partner; others lose their partner after they become disabled. Both are very, very difficult circumstances. If you [more…]

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