Some foods have been linked to a boost in testosterone or libido. Here are a few things to add in to your diet to help you out down there—and in the bedroom. -Oysters are great for sex. 6 every morning for breakfast and you’re onto something. The shellfish are ultra high in zinc—key in sperm production and blood circulation. -Nuts. Snack on two handfuls of almonds or walnuts a day. They’re packed with amino acids like arginine, which improves blood flow throughout your body—including down there, where better blood flow means a stronger erection. -Oatmeal Oats are packed with L-Arginine, an amino acid that works with nitric oxide to reduce the stiffness of blood vessels. -Balance your Booze. That third or fourth beer isn’t doing anything for your gut or your T levels. Men who boozed even moderately every day for three weeks saw a 7 percent decrease in testosterone levels. -Choose Organic. A 2011 study published in Environmental Health Perspectives found that of 37 pesticides used on foods, 30 have negative effects on your reproductive system. The chemicals can block testosterone and could be to blame for low sperm count.
Homeopathic remedies provide excellent results for a wide range of problems related to erectile dysfunction, which may be caused by either physical or psychological problems or both. Agnus Castus: This remedy may be helpful for men who have experienced frequent and intense sexual activity for a number of years and are now having difficulties maintaining an erection. A sensation of coldness of the genitals is a guiding symptom indicating the need for this remedy. Argentum nitricum: This remedy is indicated when a man is unable to keep an erection when coitus is initiated and when thinking about the problem makes it worse. It is most effective in men who are worried and anxious. Caladium: This remedy may offer relief to a man who is completely unable to get an erection even when he has strong sexual libido. These men may also experience nocturnal emissions even without an erection. Selenium metallicum: This remedy may be helpful for men who have a wealth of sexual fantasies but experience diminished ability, especially when their impotence begins after a fever or illness. Staphysagria: This remedy is indicated especially if there is a history of abuse, which can by physical or emotional, where the individual is subjected to a misuse of power. Lycopodium: This remedy may provide relief for older men and those who are not able to achieve an erection. They may have an enlarged prostate. Baryta Carbonica: This remedy is helpful for treatment of premature ejaculation as well as the inability to get an erection. It helps men who have no sexual desire to build their libido. Sabal serrulata (Saw palmetto): This remedy helps to reduce enlarged prostates and improve sexual function, increasing a man’s desire.
An extraordinary percentage of asthma sufferers do not seem to know how to breathe well. They have a tendency of breathing through their mouths, instead of their noses. Breathing through the mouth actually causes the constriction of blood vessels, and increases the chances of lung infections, due to the lack of nasal filtering. This constriction can cause the sufferer to require even more oxygen, in a snowballing reaction. The type of breathing exercises which are practiced in Karate are ideal for asthma sufferers to gradually increase their lung capacity. To do this, one must focus on breathing slowly but deeply through the nose only, and out through the mouth slowly. A maximum breath should be taken in during inhalation, and then after a brief pause, some effort should be made to force slightly more air in. This air should be held for about 2 seconds before slowly exhaling as much as possible, and then the process is repeated. This technique of breathing deeper (yet more slowly) should be employed whenever there is physical exertion. Through practice, a person will become trained to breathe more slowly and deeply, and this exercise will actually increase the air capacity of the lungs.
Impotence, the inability to achieve or maintain an erection. It is linked to psychological factors including stress and depression or physiological factors such as diabetes, nerve damage due to excess alcohol or smoking. Reduced blood supply to the penis can also be a side effect of blood pressure or anti-depressant medication.
With this in mind, we’ve found five natural cures to help reduce stress, increase blood flow and restore potency in your sex life. Ginkgo biloba
The extract from the leaves of ginkgo biloba, also known as the Chinese maidenhair tree, is recommended for circulation problems, low energy levels and general fatigue. Ginkgo’s role in regulating circulatory disorders can also help improve impotence. Gingseng
Known as the ‘male remedy’ in China, there is evidence to suggest that gingseng can do much to enhance vitality and protect from the effects of stress. Cinnamon, ginger and cloves
Herbalists believe that eating these spices literally warms up the blood, triggering blood circulation around the body, including the penis. Give up smoking
Smokers are almost twice as likely as non-smokers to be impotent, according to American research.