Thanks for your support and interest in my writings.
Many have conveyed their appreciations.
Encouraged by your response, I am pleased to provide you with more useful information
From now onwards, I will be presenting in small parts the following chapter in our book “Sex Problems: Causes, Cure and Prevention”:
By reading this, you will be greatly benefited, doubtlessly:
FACTORS THAT SUPPRESS OR PROMOTE DESIRE FOR SEX
Sexual relationship between a husband and his wife forms an essential part of marital life.
There are several factors that tend to affect it. Many of them are psychological while the rest are physical.
Some of them tend to destroy the appetite for sex, and may even ruin marriages.
An understanding of these should prove useful in keeping couples happily married ‘forever’.
The previous chapter dealing with sterility and infertility in men and women has close relationship with this chapter.
Hence, some of the information here is bound to be repetitive.
I could persuade a reader to refer to the previously printed pages.
But in practice, it does not work well, and the expected results cannot be achieved. Therefore, I would want to appeal to the critics of this book to bear with me in this respect.
Alcohol consumption makes a man develop great desires for sex.
Yet, when it comes to actual performance, he proves to be a total failure. Further, a person who is drunk will not derive any sex-related pleasure at the end of the coitus.
The effect of alcohol has not been worked out in this study, particularly because I was unable to obtain adequate samples that are required for a meaningful analysis.
Except for a few here and there, most of the women in Malaysia do not seem to consume alcohol at all.
The following details were derived from statistical analysis of the information recorded in the Master Data Sheet, which contains the data obtained during a 25-year study period.
Various factors that influence the sex potentials of people are presented below, following more or less the order of their importance.
Thus, Factor-1 could be taken to mean that it is of greater importance, and the last in the list is of lesser importance.
I have purposely avoided giving here the statistical information related to all these, with a view to making this book easy to read.
On seeing the list of factors described here, one may wonder as how could some of them be related to the promotion or inhibition of sex potentials of a person.
On performing the correlation analysis using the data I had, I had to trace all the possible causes to explain the relationships, which in turn highlighted the fact that all factors are inter-related, and the human body functions as one entity.
Thus, treating one organ or part of the human body, as if it is unrelated to the rest, appears to be a gross mistake.
For instance, if a person has a sinus problem, there may not be much sense in trying to stop the nasal secretions.
The cause that is responsible for the problem should be first traced and corrected, even before attempting to dry-up the nostrils with the use of a nasal spray.
In fact, the cause lies elsewhere*.
(* Complete information on sinusitis may be seen in Palaniappan,(2001): Asthma, bronchitis, cough, szeezing and sweating. 38pp. ISBN967-9988-09-0)
Since holistic approach to solving a problem appears to be the correct procedure,
I have, without any hesitation, included all possible factors that could influence the sex-related functions, in the following three sub-headings:
1. SEX SUPPRESSORS.
2. SEX PROMOTERS.
3. FALLACIES AND MYTHS
Let me continue with the SECOND PART of the topic in a day or two
(This article has several parts).