If You Play Your Cards Right, Seducing a Woman Can be a Piece of Cake

Oct 01 2014

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For a lot of men, seducing a woman is a mystery. Since men are from Mars and women are from Venus, this way of thinking is quite understandable, but in reality, it is not a mystery at all. The secret to seducing a woman lies in understanding what’s going on inside her mind, while making her feel special at all times.

Yes, in order to completely seduce a woman, you first need to get to know how she thinks. Women do not think like men in a lot of things. Men tend to be very superficial when it comes to finding their other halves, while women tend to care more about what’s in the inside than the physical appearance.

Once a man understands this difference between him and his woman and begins to get inside her mind, everything will fall into place, as this is the best route to take in order for seduction to take place.

You can get to know a woman through effective communication. Take the time to get to know the lady you are falling for by finding out what she is in search of. Women like to talk, so this will benefit you a great deal when it comes to pleasing her.

Don’t be in a hurry when you are trying to seduce a woman. It is important that you have patience. If you take it slow, you will probably make your woman fall head over heels in love with you.

If you are not interested in having communication and being patience, the majority of women will think that you are only after sex.

Remember, women like to feel special; therefore, try to be as romantic as you can. Giving her flowers and chocolates every now and then will make her feel very special and will make her think that you are her prince charming.

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Does Age Matter?

Sep 06 2014

There have been numerous debates about age and how it does it affect a man’s ability to function.

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Old age and ED
It is a known fact that as we grow older, the functions of our body slow down. Right from the metabolic rate to sexual performance, everything goes on a decline. Apart from the hormonal changes in the body, stress, lifestyle and nutrition also contributes to make an older person less effective. This is why ED is a problem that is often associated with those over the age of 40.

Here, the issue is not of length or girth of the penis but more about its ability to achieve and maintain an erection long enough to last through the sexual episode. A drop in libido is also caused by the quality of relationship between the two partners and can often cause ED.

Of course, this is not to say that younger men cannot fall prey to ED. About 52% of all men will suffer from ED and while the scales do tilt toward the older section, younger men also contribute to this statistics. Right from a physical, psychological or physiological factor, almost anything can lead to ED.


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Signs of ED
Inability to achieve a full erection and maintain it is the first sign of ED. Those who find that the problem occurs regularly should seek a diagnosis. Bad eating habits, lack of sleep, increased stress are few of the factors that lead to ED. ED, in turn, causes anxiety and depression, which aggravates the situation further.

Treatment for ED
The extent of the problem and its cause will decipher the treatment path most suitable for the curing of ED. In some cases simply solving the psychological issues will be enough to treat the problem while others will require lifestyle changes. Yet others may need medical intervention.

Conclusion
Age and ED do seem to have a relationship going, but this does not mean that every person who is old will suffer from ED. Similarly this does not mean that a younger person will never face the problem.
ED can affect anyone and is treatable at almost any age. Therefore, it is important to not keep falling further into the trap and break the vicious circle of ED and frustration, irrespective of your age or the extent of the problem.

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Is Folate Important for Your Sex Life?

Sep 06 2014

What is Folate?
Folate is a water-soluble B vitamin that occurs naturally in food. Folic acid is the synthetic form of Folate that you will find in supplements and fortified foods, such as breakfast cereals and breads. Folate is a general term used for the various forms of the B vitamin. The parent form is folic acid.

Sources of Folate
Folate can be found in green, leafy vegetables, fruits, and dried beans and peas. Many grain products are also fortified with folic acid, such as breads, cereals, pastas, rice and corn meal. Spinach, salad, asparagus, tomatoes, cucumbers, whole-grain products, liver and some tropical fruits are also rich in Folate. Only trace amounts are found in meat and fish.

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Functions of Folate
Folate helps to produce and maintain new cells. This is especially important during periods of rapid cell division and growth, such as infancy and pregnancy.

Folate is also essential to help maintain normal levels of homocysteine, an amino acid which at high levels can be a marker of potential heart disease.

Folate & sex in men
Folic acids help metabolize proteins, which is a necessary process for all life processes, including reproduction. It is believed that folic acid work with testosterone to produce sperm, semen and other male characteristics; such as penis and scrotal enlargement, facial hair and a deep voice.

Folate deficiency
Folate deficiency is especially concerning for pregnant women, as it can cause birth defects, low birth weight babies, and premature birth. Other signs of folate deficiency include: sexual weakness (in men), reduced libido (sexual desire), anemia, diarrhea, loss of appetite, weakness, sore tongue, headaches, heart palpitations, irritability, forgetfulness and behavioral disorders.

How much Folate do you need?
For adults, an average daily intake of 400 micrograms of Folate will help maintain normal related functions.

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Stress and Sex Don’t Mix

Sep 06 2014

Erectile dysfunction can be the cause of friction that a couple are experiencing in their relationship.
The inability to engage in satisfying sexual intercourse can leave a void.  What many men do not realize is that erectile dysfunction is a condition that can be reversed.

The Causes of Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction can be caused by a variety of factors.  Some of the most common causes of erectile dysfunction include psychological problems such as stress, anxiety, depression and guilt, as well as high blood pressure, diabetes, being overweight, kidney and liver disease, and lack of sleep, among many others.

Psychological problems, such as stress, can leave a lasting effect on the male that they will be unable to create and hold an erection.  Many new couples experience this when they come together for the first time.  The man is so stressed on being perfect that it can lead to a failed sexual encounter.  As a result, the penis never becomes fully erect or the erection last only moments.  An encounter such as this one will not only ruin the night, but will leave the man feeling inadequate.

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Exercise is a Must
In order to reduce the chances of have erectile dysfunction, a male should take the time to properly take care of their body.  Regular exercise will help the flow of blood throughout the body, especially to the penis.

However, the male should also take time to perform several exercises on their penis.  The first exercise, called kegel works out the muscle in the body that controls the ejaculation process.   By strengthening this muscle, you can make your sexual experience longer and your ejaculations bigger and stronger.

The second exercise is used to enhance the presence of the penis.  This is called jelqing and is accomplished my moving blood from the base of the penis to the head.  This process will cause the tissues of the penis to expand, thereby allowing more blood into the penis when an erection occurs.

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