Psychosexual Dysfunction Prevention
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How to Prevent Psychosexual Dysfunction
There are no known ways to prevent psychosexual dysfunction.
To help reduce your chances of developing psychosexual dysfunction, take the following steps:
- Stay aware of your psychological or emotional health.
- Call your doctor or mental health provider if you feel the problems surfacing again, you are experiencing excessive stress, or you anticipate a stressful situation in the near future.
- Spend time alone with your partner often, especially nonsexual intimate time, to help maintain the relationship. This will most likely lead to increase sexual interest.
- Continue to communicate openly with your partner about intimacy and sexual issues.
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