The study included 4,045 men that were from 15-39 years old, and controlled for factors such as age, race, and level of physical activity.
What were the results of the study?
That these men had 25% less testosterone than men of the same age in 1999..
When it’s cold outside, are you less interested in sex? Is your sex-drive down?
There are good arguments for why your libido may be reduced in the summer, and I have previously written about some of these factors here and here.
Does temperature by itself..
Marianne Brandon Ph.D. has worked as a sex therapist for 20 years.
These two decades have taught her a lot about sex she wasn’t able to learn from books and theories.
Here are some of the lessons she has learned from these..
We already knew that smokers are more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction. I have previously written about it here, here and here.
So it would be no surprise if also smokers of pot (cannabis) would also experience erectile dysfunction..
In many cases, erectile dysfunction can be overcome by natural means.
Go here to learn more about how to overcome ED naturally and permanently.
However, in some cases, erectile dysfunction is here to stay..
Men that smoke suffer more from erectile dysfunction than other men. I have previously written about this here and here.
In fact, studies have shown that men that smoke are up to 30% more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction than non-smokers.
A new research study has come out that..
Several research studies have already concluded that various supplements can indeed improve libido and sexual functions, both in animals and in humans.
The latest study was done on women. More specifically 29 postmenopausal women..
A female Instagram influencer just shared posts about her sunbathing naked and how it increases her energy levels, sex drive and how it makes her sleep better.
A woman naked is always going to get someone’s attention, so maybe it’s just a cheap attempt to try to gain followers..
Some sex researchers think so.
And they think so partly because we seem to have less sex now than we had a decade ago.
Even though we today have dating apps to help us find partners, research shows that we have less and less sex..
According to a new research study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, testosterone therapy doubles a man’s risk of suffering from a potentially lethal blood clot.
The report demonstrated that men had twice the risk for developing what is called a deep vein blood clot, if they had taken..
The development of blood clots occurred in both men with already low testosterone levels as well as those with normal levels.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration already in 2014 warned that testosterone therapy increases a man’s risk of heart attack and stroke, yet many men still get testosterone therapy.