sexual health and advise

Sexual Health

First and foremost, having good sexual health means having the ability to enjoy and experience pleasure fully.

Whether you’re solo or with a partner, the ability to feel aroused and have satisfying sexual experiences is an essential aspect of overall well-being and happiness.

  • Good sexual health means being able to experience pleasure and enjoy sexual activity fully.
  • Protecting yourself and your partners from sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is an essential aspect of sexual health.
  • Good sexual health can help prevent unintended pregnancies and give you control over your fertility.
  • Communication with your partner(s) about your sexual desires and boundaries can lead to deeper intimacy and trust in your relationship.
  • Regular sexual activity can have physical benefits, such as improving cardiovascular health, strengthening pelvic muscles, reducing stress, and boosting the immune system.
  • Good sexual health can also lead to better sleep and reduced anxiety
  • Sexual activity can improve self-esteem and provide a sense of connection and belonging

So, as you can see, there are many plus points to good sexual health. It’s not just about preventing STIs and unintended pregnancies – it’s also about feeling good, improving relationships, and enjoying the many physical and mental health benefits that come with it. Remember, it’s essential to prioritize your sexual health and make sure you’re taking care of yourself in this area. Your body (and your mind) will thank you for it.

If you are looking for a Sexual Health Clinic, we have listed a few below:

(we will be adding more areas and sexual health clinics to our Steam Complex Community section soon)


Yorkshire Mesmac Bradford – click here to view


Yorkshire Mesmac Hull – click here to view


Yorkshire Mesmac Leeds – click here to view

BHA Leeds – click here to view

Leeds Sexual Health – click here to view


BHA Manchester – click here to view


Yorkshire Mesmac Rotherham – click here to view


BHA Wakefield – click here to view


Click here to find Sexual health information and support services near you