Clinical hypnosis and female sexual dysfunction

  title={Clinical hypnosis and female sexual dysfunction},
  author={Andrej Starc},
  journal={Journal of applied health sciences},
  • A. Starc
  • Published 18 March 2019
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of applied health sciences
Background: Female sexual function comprises variable and multi-layered conditions that incorporate complex interactions of physiological, psychological, and interpersonal components. Despite the progress in understanding the neurobiology of sexual response, the definition of normal sexual response in women remains unresolved. Normal female sexual function differs from individual to individual and depends on the culture, ideology, beliefs, and other factors. Methods: We used a case report… 


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