Sex, Coronavirus, and Cannabis…Do They Mix?
Sex, Coronavirus, and Cannabis…Do They Mix? with Dr. Sarah Mann, M.D. While most of the media, and our own attention, is naturally focused on the coronavirus and the widespread chaos it is wreaking on our country, our economy, and ourselves, we’d like to examine how the pandemic, social distancing, and general anxiety are affecting people’s sex lives. According to a series of studies we consulted, it seems that forced togetherness for many couples has not necessarily resulted in increased intimacy in the bedroom. So we decided to ask an expert: Dr. Sarah Mann, M.D. is a critical care physician, who has expanded into disease prevention and the use of medical cannabis to treat a variety of illnesses and conditions. To that end, Dr. Mann who is also a professor at De Paul University founded the Mindful Medicine Clinic, which is based in Barrington, Illinois.
Dr. Mann told High Society with Paxton Quigley that cannabis can indeed help with the unavoidable stress and anxiety that seem to be on the rise as we all face numerous pandemic-related issues. She also explains the endocannabinoid system (ECS) and how it regulates sexual function, indeed all of our organisms.
Our interview with Dr. Mann is informative for both men and women, and full of some great advice!
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