When your health includes good food, clean air, no pollution, good skin and so on; the components of good sexual health are just as important.
Many people feel bad talking about it, but you need to remember this: ignorance can hurt you for life. Do you want to take the risk?
First, you need to know what sexual health is. Many young people and even the older generation think – this is a platform to discuss the raw feelings of sex. No, that’s a misconception.
It is a world where you will learn to meet your natural needs and emotions in a safe and healthy way. So let’s get started.
What is sexual health?
The WHO has put it this way: It is a state of mental, physical and social well-being of an individual and his innate relationship to sexuality.
This includes many aspects such as the use of safe sex measures, knowledge of various deadly diseases such as AIDS, HIV and so on.
It also means that you respect your relationship whether you are bisexual, trans, gay, straight, or lesbian. It doesn’t matter as long as you respect your partner and the way you both communicate during sex.
You have the right to express your sexuality, but make sure it doesn’t offend anyone.
Do you know that the world celebrates World AIDS Day?. It’s certainly not a day to party, but to educate yourself about sexual health, various STDs and also to intervene at the right time.
The mental side of sexual health.
One might think that this is purely a physical aspect, but no, it has a mental and imaginary side.
For example, when you find that you are attractive and have a toned and healthy body – does this increase your self-esteem?
Doesn’t that increase your confidence? You feel better when you talk to people, approach people and situations in life and so on.
In addition, someone who is handsome (this is not related to their face and features, but how you take care of the body) will receive more recognition, respect and fame in society.
The physical side of sexual health.
You need to have some idea about the psychological side of sexual health. But there is one component that you need to keep in mind and that is: Physical sexual health.
A few things to keep in mind:
No relationship confuses you internally. That is, if you doubt your sexual partner and feel they can hurt you – then stop being with them!
Always, no matter how clean you and your partner are, we recommend that you only practice safer sex.
Well, for women: make sure your body is not infected with any STIs or by a fluke preggie situations (unless you want to be a mother!)
Finally, be safe, be happy and have no regrets.