Let’s talk about Sex … ual Health and Wellness

So you might be wondering where I’m going with this topic.

First of all, let me tell you what I’m not. I’m not a psychiatrist, psychologist, doctor, counselor or sex therapist.

What I am, is a holistic nutritionist who specializing in helping both men and women balance their hormones so they can get their energy, vitality and sexy back. And yes, that means your sex drive too, if it happens to be missing. But ladies … what about if you experience pain during sexual intercourse? What is you’re so dry, you feel like the Sahara Desert? What if you rarely, if ever, orgasm?  Guys … what if you can’t get or keep an erection?

I’m on a mission to get people talking. In an effort to do so, I’ve created a Facebook Group called Let’s Talk about Sex with Sandy. This is a closed group so only members can see the posts. Just click here and request to join. Whether it’s about physical issues, hormonal imbalances or emotional challenges, this group is a safe place to ask questions, share experiences, express concerns. There is no judgment, only support.

So what made me focus on sexual health and wellness? A number of situations have occurred over the past number of years which keeps bringing me back here, not the least of which was a group I was involved with a while ago. We had monthly challenges and the last one I was involved with was a sexual challenge. As I read some of these posts, it reminded me of how far we still have to go as women to feel safe and empowered and in control of our own sexuality.  The Universe has been calling me.  I finally decided to answer its call.

What can you expect from me? Honesty, compassion and encouragement. I will do everything in my power to answer any questions you might have. If I don’t know the answer I will research it and if it is beyond my scope of practice, I will refer you to someone who can help you.

I will be working on a program or two to help you balance your hormones specifically for sexual health and wellness. I expect to have this available this year. I’ll keep you posted but in the meantime I will share tips and tricks and would appreciate any feedback.  If you need help with detoxing or weight loss, I have programs for that too.

What can I help you with? What are your concerns? What doesn’t feel right to you?

Until next week darlings … unless of course you want to join us in the Facebook Group.

(Please note that this post was originally done a couple of years ago and has been updated to reflect changes in my practice.)

Sandy O’Shea, CNP
Sex and Hormone Specialist

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