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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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What is Your Sexual Health Status?

John & Hostess:AbsMen’s, and women’s, sexual health is in trouble. Declining hormones are the result of a stress-filled life, while financial worries, body weight issues, lifestyle habits and many others add to the mix. Like anything else that’s “broken”, sexual health can be fixed; you just need to know what to do and when to do it. Unfortunately, the majority of our modern medical communities haven’t had sufficient education on this area; i.e., sex for pleasure and sex for health. Delve into this blog to learn the treatments, remedies and proven cures for all types of sexual disorders, while boosting normal sexuality to an entirely new level!

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Although it has its place in the menu of sexual activities and pleasures, many may just think that masturbation is a quick way to achieve orgasm and, basically, they’re right. But according to studies, self-induced orgasm is far inferior than orgasm achieved through sexual contact with a person you are attracted to, and even more so, in love with.

Also, fear of failure leads to chronic (or manic) masturbation as the man avoids approaching and making contact with a woman who relies on self-pleasuring himself instead of engaging in mutual sex. This can be futile for the man experiencing ED because it is not what he man truly desires. Any unfulfilled ambitions or desires can lead to frustration and, as Freud puts it, neurosis. However, masturbation, in addition to sexual intimacy with a partner, can be healthy, as it offers a good balance between mutual sex and solo sex.

Internet pornography is damaging because it causes detachment from socializing and meeting partners that can lead to chronic masturbation. This is the easy, fast way for sexual relief, and the surest way to avoid embarrassment for men with sexual disorders or social fears, but it does nothing to remedy his problems. Avoiding the remedies to his disorders a man’s problems will most often only worsen.

Chronic masturbation is often the result of a more severe sexual disorder resulting from performance anxiety. This condition prevents men from asserting themselves from having a partner due to fear of potential failure. This condition is often referred to as Sexual Aversion Disorder, or SAD. Yes, it’s SAD indeed, as this is a habitual trick the emotions play on a man with ED that forces him to avert any potentially pleasuring situations in an attempt to avoid the pain of failure or rejection. Over time, men withSAD actually begin to believe or, at least, justify their reasons for averting all sexual encounters, deepening the subconscious programming.

Masturbation, and the sexual feelings it creates, as satisfying as it can be, often does not transfer to any other act, especially with a partner. So if a man, on his own, can easily get an erection, achieve heightened sensitivity and an explosively pleasuring orgasm, this doesn’t necessarily equate to how he’s react and feel with a sexual partner.

(Excerpt taken from “Mind Over Matter”; Ultimate Sexual Health & Performance™, Abdo, ©, All Rights Reserved)

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Pumping Up Your Penis!

Q: I’m interested in a vacuum pump but am frustrated with the ones I’ve purchased over the Internet that keep on breaking and leaking air.  Do you recommend penile vacuum pumps and are the models you offer through your website made of high quality?

A: Vacuum pump therapy is surprisingly effective at conditioning not only the elastic tissues of the penis but are tremendously important for drawing blood into the deep circulatory vessels and cells. We now know that the penis becomes erect with the engorgement of blood. The more blood that gets inside the penis the harder the erection, it’s that simple. Many men don’t have so much a problem getting an erection, per se, it’s the quality, or firmness, that has them concerned.  The current vacuum pump models that are offered on the website are what my staff and myself believe to be the highest quality vacuums products on the market. These are patented designs which are made for comfort and function; they will not leak, while they’re supported with substantial medical study and substantiation.  The testimonials will also lend credibility to the efficacy of these penile vacuum pumps.  To summarize, along with many experts in this area, I recommend vacuum pump usage and, yes, the models available on the website have been medically proven to work.

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Sperm Count

Q: My sperm count seems low as every time I ejaculate there’s less fluid than before.  Are there things mentioned in your book that I can use to boost my sperm count and ejaculate fluid?

A: Many men have this same concern.  Sexually, men enjoy, and feel proud, when they ejaculate a large “load”. Men wanting to father children draw in a deeper concern for pro-creative means as many women have noticed that their lack of getting pregnant was due to their husband’s low (or weak) sperm count.  You’ll be surprised to know that there are plenty of things you can get at a local supermarket or health food store that will help you boost your sperm count directly or by nourishing the prostate gland which manufacturers semen.

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What’s Ultimate Sexual Health & Performance™ all about?

Q: Please give me a better understanding of what’s in your book Ultimate Sexual Health & Performance.

A: USHP is a book that’s packed with information collected from research that spans over 35 years of concerted efforts to identify and resolve hormonal and sexual imbalances and deficiencies. This book provides all of the options that will prevent and restore sexual functionality, while concurrently boosting overall health. This is not a typical sex book as various perspectives are integrated into its design that allows any reader to benefit no matter what age or stage of life they are in.  For younger healthy men, this book will help them become more sexually endowed, and to prevent age-related and lifestyle decline which is inevitable without proper precautions.  For those men who desire to get their sexual vitality back, this is a book that provides information that offers instant relief and immediate changes in your body and sex life.  This is a book for men, women and couples, to obtain then maintain hormonal. To completely answer this question I have to make this statement, “You just have to read the book and determine for yourself if this manuscript offers more information than you’ve ever had access to before.”  Also know that the book is one facet of this multi-faceted program as the website and on-line text, audio and video newsletters keeps you educated and always motivated, and ever improving.


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Male Sexuality Concerns

The following is a compilation summary of remarks regarding Male Sexual Dysfunctions that was generously provided by, Laurence A Levine, MD, FACS Professor of Urology Rush University Chicago, Illinois: [Contact info below]
Erectile Dysfunction is a common disorder affecting up to 50% of men who are over 40 years old. In some cases it may be the earliest indicator of systemic vascular disease preceding heart disease by 4 years on average. There are a variety of effective treatments that address ED, from pills to surgical procedures.
Low testosterone or Male Hypogonadism occurs much more frequently than previously thought. In fact up to 40% of men over 45, and 50% of obese and diabetic men have suboptimal testosterone levels. This may cause side effects such as low energy, easy fatigability, diminished erections and libido problems, and over time, can affect muscle mass, bone mineral density and brain function. Topical and implantable testosterone can correct the low levels and often times improve quality of life. A simple set of blood tests is usually all that is needed to make a diagnosis.

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Men in Pause

EndocrineGlandsSad to Glad Dan  ANDROPAUSE is becoming a household name, and for good reason–many homes are feeling its devastating effects. Similar to menopause in women, andropause is the decline of the male endocrine [or hormonal] system, a serious male health concern.

A combination of two words, “andro” which means androgen, relating to the male hormonal system while “pause” is a stagnation or regression in hormonal health, this a medical condition relentlessly decreases the quality of life and productivity for many men.

Interestingly enough, key Biomarkers to a healthy body and mind are sexual desire or libido, and the ability to successfully achieve and sustain an erection to perform intercourse. Andropause makes these natural and pleasureful acts difficult and even impossible. Men don’t need doctors telling them that they’re low in desire or they “can’t get it up”. But out of desperation, and seeking instant gratification, many men, and their doctors, are focusing on the “effects” of these embarrassing sexual problems while ignoring the “causes”


Please refer to the book written by John Abdo,

Ultimate Sexual Health & Performance

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Ultimate Sexual Health & Performance™

CarrieJohnEricka-2A man builds up the courage and asks his doctor for help with erection difficulties.

His doctor responds, “It’s all in your head. Get some rest and you’ll be fine.”

A woman wants to regain the desire she had for her husband now that the kids are off to college.

Her doctor replies, “At your age, you must be realistic. Your best days are behind you. Just accept your condition as a fact of aging, there’s really nothing you can do about it.”

People have been asking (demanding) for a boost in their sexual abilities, for direction of the causes of their sexual disorders, and to be prescribed hormone replacement therapy.

But many doctors have responded, “Why would you want to do that?” and “That’s too risky.”

Times have really changed! And it’s all in Ultimate Sexual Health & Performance™


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