Now there are also apps that can help you deal with sexual problems like erectile dysfunction and a low libido.
One app called Blueheart, takes you through an assessment, and then follows up with online and in-person therapy.
Another app called Lover, also first guides you through an assessment. Based on your answers, you will receive exercises..
Testosterone is the key to your sexual functions.
That is because testosterone is your primary male sex hormone. Its job is to regulate and support anything sexual that goes on inside you..
An increasing number of young men resort to Viagra and other pharmaceutical drugs in order to ‘get it up’.
A recent survey of 5,000 young men, found that 18% of men aged 18-24 had problems getting erections..
We already know, more men have died of the corona virus than women. And we know that many of the men who died of corona had low testosterone levels. 😳
I have previously written about this here.
Now a new study has shed further light on..
We are what we eat.
What we put into our bodies creates who we become. Your muscles, cells, teeth and eyes have all been formed by the foods and drinks you have consumed.
So then the question is, what should we eat..
Among men and women aged 20-70 years, awareness of erectile dysfunction is shockingly low.
The European Association of Urology did a survey of 3,032 men and women in Spain, France, Germany, and the UK. This survey revealed..
For the longest time, we have believed that testosterone is the key to our sex drive. And that estrogen was a negative.
This notion might just have to be scrapped..!
Because research has come out saying that it is estrogen that fires up your sex drive..
First of all, I do not advocate testosterone injections.
I am all about taking a natural approach to health problems.
But I wanted to review this news article that just came out about the link between..
We have long suspected that the radiation from wifi, mobile phones and other devices may have a negative effect on sperm quality. As well as on testosterone levels.
However, we have now gotten a tiny piece of the puzzle..
BPA, or Bisphenol A, is a chemical found practically everywhere. It may be in your water bottle. It may be in your plastic storage containers. It’s probably in the cash register receipt you take at the supermarket.
And in all likelihood, BPA is in your urine. CDC scientists found BPA in 93% of the urine..