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Sexual Desire – Libido

Sexual desire, lust, libido, or as Sigmund Freud referred to it as, id, is the psychological mechanism inside a person’s brain that triggers the desire and need for sexual expression. When a person’s brain is healthy, so is their sexual desire. Millions of men, and millions of women, experience loss of sexual desire, also known as sexual arousal disorder, or SAD, which can be traced to imbalances in brain chemistry, particularly from the pituitary and hypothalamus glands. Many people may, in fact, be okay “physically” in regards to their sexual capacities however it’s their mental health that destroys complete and satisfying sexual experiences. When seeking ways to solve sexual disorders it’s wise to look at all the possible “causes” so all the symptoms can cease and normal, healthy sexuality can ensue.

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Bigger Testicles

TesticlesMany men are concerned about the size of their penis’, and they also show a high degree of concern about their testicular dimensions.  In fact, the bigger the balls, the bigger the man — it’s been that way since man first arrived here on planet earth. If you’ve been diagnosed to be hypogondal, or simply have an unhealthy lifestyle, or have entered into that stage (age) of life which produces less hormones than your younger years, or you’re using anabolic steroids, you know all too well that your balls shrink during these conditions.  There are several techniques known to boost testicular size. The easiest is to abstain from masturbation, as many guys simply jack-off too frequently, and this will diminish sperm count and, consequently, can reduce testicular size — your balls become drained.  Another technique is to actually shove your nuts into a penis vacuum device (not joking) and pump them up while you’re pumping up your penis (please learn proper methods for penis and testicular suction before attempting). A injectable drug named human chorionic gonadotrophin, or HCG, which must be prescribed by a doctor, triggers the release of leutinizing hormone from the pituitary gland that ultimately influences the leydig cells inside the testicles.  The leydig cells manufacture testosterone, and when they are hyper-activated, it’s commonly experienced that testicular cells swell. There’s also over-the-counter pills and potions you can use, like velvet antler  and others, and they all will have similar benefits, but to varying degrees. Please know, however, that individual results will vary and that medical supervision is always suggested especially when you’re trying to tinker with your family jewels.


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Penis Shrinkage . . . The Turtle Effect

Unknown-2All it takes is one condescending remark, one embarrassing experience, an insecurity, or any form of fear or anxiety, and your penis can shrivel up in an instant, even when it’s typically time to be rock-hard.  Known as the “Turtle Effect“, this condition is maddening especially when a man wants to perform sexually. During this condition, the penis retracts close to the abdominal cavity as blood and nerve flow are blocked, preventing any engorgement (enlarging) of the penis and loosing all sensitivity. Radical hormones, like adrenaline, spill into the blood stream as they prepare for “fight or flight” and, unfortunately, this doesn’t help during sexual encounters. Mental training must be implemented along with physical remedies if ED and one of its causes, “performance anxiety“, is to be tackled head on. Training the “big head” is now just as, or even more, important that training the “little head”. Ultimate Sexual Health & Performance™ delves deep into the psychological implications of all sexual disorders then steers up toward the remedies and cures of all emotional short-comings.

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