Dr. Karen Gless

About: Dr. Karen Gless

Karen Gless, Ph.D., is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a registered nurse with over 20 years in a successful psychotherapy practice. She has written many articles on relationships and sexual issues. She has appeared on TV shows, given internet interviews and has been quoted in Cosmopolitan Magazine. She often uses hypnosis to help her patients resolve sexual problems, relieve anxiety and improve self-esteem. She has successfully treated many individuals for a variety of sexual problems, including impotence, premature ejaculation, inability to have orgasms, and lack of sexual desire. She uses the latest scientific discoveries to help her couples create healthy, happy, fulfilling relationships. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+, and visit her website bestpetreatment.com for more info.

Articles By Dr. Karen Gless

Consumer Health Digest
Nov14

How to Beat Bedroom Boredom?

It’s not unusual for a couple in a long-term relationship to experience boredom, especially in the bedroom. Sometimes it’s called the seven-year itch. But the problem can show up earlier or later in a marriage or long-term committed relationship. This problem tends to affect men more than women and there is a physiological reason for this difference. During sex both men and women produce plenty of dopamine, the thrill...

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Consumer Health Digest
Oct22

How to Really Leave her Begging for More: The Science of Pleasure

Many men assume that an athletic, wild session of lovemaking will get a woman to fall in love with them and want them forever. But the truth is that most women don’t approach sex in exactly the same way that men do. And this especially shows up in what happens after sexual intercourse. Many couples have different reactions after orgasm. Often the woman wants to cuddle. But many times the man just lies back with a smile on his...

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Consumer Health Digest
Oct14

Can Senior Sex be The Best Sex?

Some women are of the opinion that the best sex they’ve had in their lives is with an older man. How can this be when a younger man might be fit, healthy, have a firm erection and a strong sex drive? An older man may have health problems, have more difficulty getting an erection and is generally nowhere nearly as driven to have sex as a younger man. How can a man over 50 possibly compete? In a way the answer lies in the changes...

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Consumer Health Digest
Oct11

Understanding Delayed Ejaculation by Karen Gless

Delayed ejaculation (DE), which is also known as retarded ejaculation, is usually defined as a man needing 30 to 45 minutes of sexual activity to have an orgasm and ejaculate. In severe cases a man with this problem may be unable to ejaculate during sexual activity with a partner. For those men who have a problem with premature ejaculation and want to last longer in bed, DE may seem like a wonderful solution to their problems. Just...

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Consumer Health Digest
Sep17

The Science of Premature Ejaculation by Dr. Karen J. Gless

About a third of all men have problems with premature ejaculation (PE). This is often very upsetting both to the man and his partner when it happens. But when you understand what is happening in the body during the sexual arousal cycle it’s much easier to choose effective treatments for PE. The sexual arousal cycle was discovered by sex experts Masters and Johnson. Their discoveries are just as relevant today as they were back...

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