Spinach is very high in Zinc.
So it is a great one for guys. But it is also great for women as well. Women do need testosterone. So it is good for sex drive and erections.
It is also helpful to treat premature ejaculation problem. You will notice the sensation decrease around penis head when you’re having sex. It helps to control your ejaculation and orgasm for 10-15 minutes.
The component in there that is good for your sex drive is called Capsaicin. Capsaicin is found in many different types of hot peppers and increases your heart rate, inducing sweating, and increases sensitivity for nerve endings.
It is the same type of hormone that is released when men sweat, and it is supposed to have a feromone type effect that women find attractive. So the next time you are at the bar make sure you eat celery.
Bananas are good at increasing your libido and energy.
The Aztecs called the avocado tree Ahuacatl that basically in English translates into “testicle tree.” In avocados, there is Vitamin B6 that is good for increase male hormone production. Potassium in avocados is also good for libido.
Dates are delicious; they are also high in iron and potassium.
Almonds are very high in EFA’s (Essential fatty acids).
They are also a good source of Vitamin E that is good for sexual health as well.
Asparagus is high in folic acid. Folic acid is good at increasing your histamine levels. And an increase in histamine levels is significant for both men and women to achieve orgasm.
The Allicin in garlic is a compound that increases blood flow to certain areas which is rather vital for stimulation.
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A lot of the opioid drugs, Oxycodone is one of the most popular right now, directly affect both desire and performance. So if you are on an OPI operated type drug for pain control, then you are going to have to reconsider on maybe there are some other forms of pain control that you can get into.
So you do not want to be on any drugs for a long time. Sure they help you handle the pain, and the pain itself could be stressful enough, so you are not going to enjoy sex. But again there are other routes; there is eventually a transition that you want to away from meeting the drugs for pain management, and then there are the things that you can do, just getting your diet so you can make your body less inflammatory, losing some weight. There are a lot of other approaches that we can take that would be more conducive to having a better sex life.
So we have to consider how medications affect us negatively, and perhaps one of the first signs will be ruining your sex life.
Many medications as we mentioned OPI drugs, can affect testosterone levels. If your testosterone levels are lower because of something in your lifestyle or because you just a few years older; it does tend to decline with age, but it does not have to. But if you find that your testosterone levels have dropped, if you are male or female, that is an important as far as your sexual desire. It has something to do with your sexual function as well.
But again we have to look at everything we can do to maintain balance in the body. And if you are letting any stress to push you out of balance then it is going to ruin your sex life.
So take stock in the medications you are using, take stock of the nutritional intake and take stock about how much you exercise. Because again circulation is essential. If you got a weak heart, if you got a circulatory system that does not deliver blood, you are not going to enjoy sex at all.