Dementia »

Dementia is an illness in which brain cells die more quickly than normal. As the condition progresses, memory loss and confusion increase.

There are likely to be personality changes and, eventually, the affected person will be unable to care for themselves. Dementia is permanent and irreversible.

The two main kinds of dementia are Alzheimer’s Disease and Arteriosclerotic (or …

Sex and Ageing »

… which can take many years to manifest themselves. These can include heart disease, stroke, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, prostate problems and the long term effects of diabetes. It is illnesses like these which can have a detrimental effect on your sexual capability.

Some can be treated more successfully than others, and the treatments themselves can have an adverse effect on sexual function, but you should not automatically accept a poorer sex life as a result if you do not …