Improve your Sex

“How to improve your libido and love life the natural healthy way!”

Add yet another benefit from regular exercise: Better sex. If you’re already physically fit, you’re likely to derive more enjoyment from sex–and also be more sexually active. Those who exercise regularly tend to have higher levels of desire, greater sexual confidence and frequency, and an enhanced ability to be aroused and achieve orgasm–no matter their age. Aerobic exercise seems to be the real libido booster. One theory suggests that exercise triggers the release of endorphins, opiate-like chemicals produced in the brain that create a sense of well-being, which makes you more receptive to sex. It doesn’t matter which type of aerobic exercise you choose. You should try to get 30 minutes of exercise every day. Fitness, dieting and weight management can also boost your self-esteem, confidence and body image, all of which are important factors to maintain a positive attitude toward sex.

Exercise appears to ward off impotence for the same reasons it can prevent heart attacks. Both conditions involve poor blood flow to the organ, and exercise helps keep blood vessels clear. In fact, impotence can be an early warning sign of heart artery disease since the penis is more sensitive to slow-downs in blood flow than the heart is. What’s good for your heart is good for your sex life.

 

Read what Jim’s doctor’s Viagra drug advice about his erectile dysfunction problem.

 

Impotence affects about one quarter of American men by the age of 65, and there is no cure. It can be treated-most notably with Viagra or generic Viagra –but preventing it in the first place should be the goal.

WEIGHT loss can beef up men’s love lives – News Article

Everett Herald – Everett,WA,USA
At a time when millions of men rely on Viagra or generic Viagra and other anti-impotence drugs to restore sexual function, researchers have found a less expensive, all-natural …Dr. Christopher S. Saigal, a urologist at the University of California, Los Angeles, who wrote an accompanying editorial for the AMA journal, said that the new results could make weight loss the “first-line treatment” for obese men with erectile dysfunction.

The new findings complement those published in August in the Annals of Internal Medicine.