What most men don’t realize is that, though they may be sexually active, a simple error can lead to lifelong disorders that affect your sexual activity. However, with the right behaviors, you can improve your sexuality and improve your sexual capability. Below are some points to consider.
Exercises are not only good for your overall physical appearance, but also on your sexual performance. Exercises increase the production of endorphins in the body which in turn increase your libido.
Practice Kegel Exercises
Kegels is not only for women; they can be applied to males as well. Frequent Kegel exercises can strengthen the muscles that connect the tail bone to the penis. The outcome is delayed ejaculation and increased libido.
Eat Healthy Food Products
If you want to increase your overall sexual lifestyle, avoid junk food products such as chips and burgers, but instead focus on products such as whole grain, vegetables, and low-fat milk.
When menopause comes calling, most women are usually stranded as to what they should do or how they should manage the condition. If you have reached menopause or heading there, here are some basic questions you should ask yourself.
Are Hot Flashes Common in All Women?
Hot flashes are different with each woman. Some may experience dizziness, heart palpitations, and profuse sweating. Other women may experience red coloration on their skin and a blotchy appearance.
What’s the difference between Pre-menopause and Menopause?
Before you can completely go into menopause, your body will experience a decreased production of hormones in your ovaries, hot flashes, and irregular menstrual cycles. When menopause sets in, you will completely cease receiving your monthly menstrual cycle.
What Will I Experience During Menopause?
Some of the most common symptoms that you are likely to experience are such as experiencing mood swings, joint pains, and a sudden feverish heat.
David B. Samadi
David Samadi is a qualified urologist and the current chairman of Robotic Surgery based at Lenox Hill Hospital. David pursued a degree in Biochemistry from the Stony Brook University. David Samadi later earned his M.D from Stony Brook School of Medicine in 1994.
Apart from practicing medicine, David Samadi is a celebrity doctor who has appeared in numerous TV shows. David Samadi also has a radio program and medical blog