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How to Increase Your Sexual Desire and Performance

Do you want increase the intensity and pleasure of your sex life? Studies show that average man loses 90% of his testosterone gradually from age 25 to age 70.

The loss of testosterone gradually takes away your good health and causes you to lose sexual performance, your manhood, energy, and other health benefits.

This problem must be solved if you want to feel and perform your best and to reach your optimum health. If you fail to solve your declining testosterone problem, your sexual desire and performance continue to get worse and you can suffer from additional health problems.

Studies show that testosterone:

  • Promotes coronary artery dilation and healthy blood pressure
  • Strengthens the heart
  • Relieves common prostate problems
  • Lowers LDL cholesterol
  • Increase the size and strength of muscle cell and promotes weight loss
  • Improves sexual function and sexual desire
  • Makes you feel younger and energetic
  • Reduces or ends depression

Today’s leading doctors recommend free testosterone level for men should be between 15 and 25 for optimum health. You can check with your doctor to be tested. Your doctor may prescribe testosterone as an anti-aging hormone.

DHEA

DHEA is a hormone that is naturally produced in the body. The body can convert it into sex hormones testosterone for men and estrogen for women. As we grow older, the body produces less of these hormones. Taking DHEA supplement will allow our bodies to retain youthful levels of sex hormones.

DHEA supplements can boost sexual desire for both men and women. It has certain risks and causes hair fall when consumed over a certain period. You don’t need prescription for DHEA supplements; however, be sure to check with your doctor before start taking DHEA supplements.

We have researched many foods, vitamins, minerals, and herbs to help alleviate sexual problems. A wide range of natural aphrodisiac exists to choose from for both men and women. For men, the following may help to promote a better sex drive and performance:

Zinc

Zinc is an important mineral found in every cell of your body. However, most men are deficient in Zinc due to processed foods. It produces testosterone which helps your sexual performance, energy, and your overall health. Take a test to see whether your body lacks adequate zinc. If that’s the case, ask your doctor for direction and the amount to take as a daily supplement.

L–arginine

L–arginine is amino acid and often included in prosexual formulas for its ability to free nitric oxide that promotes increased blood flow which leads to better erection.

Yohimbe

Yohimbe is plant extract comes from a tree in Africa, called Pausinstalia yohimbe. A substantial number of clinical tests have proved it to be one of the most powerful sexual stimulants. The FDA has approved its use as concentrated pills called Yohimbine. It usually takes two weeks or more for your body to tolerate Yohimbe as herb or Yohimbine. If you plan to take it, start with a very low dosage due to its side effect.

Muira Puama

Muira puama is an herb that comes from the rainforests of South America. It is a sexual enhancer that promotes libido and healthy erectile function.

Tribulus Terristris

It is an herb used for centuries in Chinese medicines. This herb increases energy in men, promotes a stronger libido, and increase muscle mass.

Ginkgo biloba

It is a tree leaf extracts that aide in sexual arousal for men and women.

The few herbs mentioned can be effective before turning to drugs such as testosterone injection for increased libido. However, if you have high cholesterol, high blood sugar, or other physical ailments, it’s best to check with your doctor first and have complete physical exam to correct any health issues.

By David Jacobson – 2019
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For additional articles written by David Jacobson, see alliedpublishing.com/super-sex. David Jacobson is the author of How to Have Super Sex For Life published in 2019.