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12 effective tips for sex power increase Decreased sexual interest and sex power haunts everybody at one or the other point of time. So, it is very important to use techniques to keep your sexual life, pleasurable and enjoyable. Here are 12 tips for sex power increase. Hope they are useful to you. 1. Don’t have it everyday. maintain a gap of one or two days. Sex, as a part and parcel of daily routine may make you feel bored and eventually might lead to decreased sexual interest. Many times sex in a day , very rarely is fine. 2. Always have an element of surprise in your moves, or your general behaviour, or the gifts that you choose. Surprise makes the moment exciting. 3. Different sex postures – You may start feeling bored by same postures. So, different intercourse postures will not only helps to have improved sexual health, but also helps you to keep fit by burning a few more calories. Sex postures that do not allow complete insertion make the act fun and exciting. 4. Try out some SAFE sex fantasies. Sexual fantasies are the imaginary scenes that you plan and enact with your spouse. 5. Do not undress all of a sudden. Slow and steady… always wins the race. 6. Wear a condom, it delays the pinnacle giving more time to enjoy. In some men, rolling back the foreskin of the penis helps delay excitation. The tip of the penis (the end bulged part) in men is the point of excitation. making delay in its excitation helps delay ejaculation and gives ample time for foreplay. 7. Exercise – Sex and exercise are connected to each other. 8. Black gram – Black gram has been hailed as one of the effective diet for sex power increase. so, eating Dosa, or other food dishes made of black gram for 2-3 times a week will help in good sex health. Urad daal 9. Get rid of diseases – Maximum sexual bliss can be had only if you keep yourself healthy and hygienic. So, get proper treatment for your diseases and do not allow them to grow to chronicity. Diabetes and hypertension may be causes for decreased libido, which has to be given proper treatment. 10. Take care of your partner. Love is such an important element to ensure mutual enjoyment. Please know the feeling of the partner. Ladies usually will be in a slightly different mood nearing to their periods. Working women will be usually encountering higher stress levels. So, please take care. 11.Unani explains that food with sweet, salt and sour taste enhance sexual power and bitter, hot, too much spicy food articles lead to decreased sexual interest. asparagus, Ashwagandha, grapes, dates, meat, egg, chocolates, buffalo milk, buffalo curds, Aloe vera juice, Sweet pomegranate fruit are a few food items for sex power increase. 12. Sexual herbal supplements – You might need herbal supplements if you have following conditions. – If you have diabetes or hypertension, due to which you are suffering from decreased libido / erection difficulties. – If you are suffering from / recovering from a chronic disease, which is leading to decreased libido for a prolonged period of time. – None of the above tips are working, even after trying consistently over a period of time.
What is Erectile Dysfunction (ED)? ED is when a man has problems getting or maintaining an erection long enough for satisfactory sexual performance. It happens when not enough blood flows to the penis. ED isn’t the same for all men. Some men aren’t able to get an erection at all. Others can get one, but it’s not hard enough for sex. And others get a hard erection but lose it before or during sex. Sometimes the nerves or blood vessels that are part of this process don’t work properly. If this happens, a man may not be able to get or keep an erection. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is defined as the consistent inability to achieve and/or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual activity. In short, a man has trouble getting and keeping an erection long enough to have satisfactory sex. It may happen only once in a while, or more often. ED may be classified according to its severity as minimal, moderate or complete, depending on whether a man is usually, sometimes, or never able to get and keep an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse, respectively. ED is a medical condition. So in most cases, erections will not improve without treatment. What causes ED? ED can be caused by things like stress or fatigue or bad interpersonal relationship. But a lot of times, ED is not something that you can control. That’s because it’s often due to a physical problem that affects your blood flow. Usually when a man is sexually aroused: The brain sends an impulse telling the arteries in the penis to widen. As a result, more blood flows to the penis. When this happens, the penis expands and hardens. This causes an erection. When a man has ED, the nerves or blood vessels in the penis don’t work properly. This prevents blood from flowing to the penis. And that can prevent an erection. ED can happen at any age. It is usually caused by an underlying health problem. A variety of risk factors predict a man’s likelihood of developing ED. Most of these are problems that interfere with blood supply to the penis, or involve nerve function. Briefly, the most common risk factors for ED include: medical conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and hardening of the arteries spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, stroke anxiety, stress and depression alzheimer’s disease hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, hypogonadism and hyperprolactinemia pelvic injury, surgery and irradiation of the pelvic region (e.g. for surgery of the prostate or the colon) medications like diuretics (water pills), high blood pressure medications, anti-depressants, some types of drugs used to treat cancer and epilepsy medications cigarette smoking, obesity, alcohol abuse and drug use Who gets ED? ED is more common than you might think. More than half of all men over 40 have some difficulty getting and maintaining an erection. The fact is, guys at any age can experience ED. Even though it is a common condition in the Indian males, exact figures for Indian population are not available and may be under-reported in our population, because of lack of education, social stigma or economic hardships. What are the symptoms of ED? The main symptom is the inability to achieve or maintain penile erection sufficient enough for satisfactory sexual activity. ED often leads to - Anxiety, depression, loss of self-esteem, and diminished quality of life - Diminished willingness to initiate sexual relationships withdrawal from intimate relationships - Negative effect on their overall health ED should not be considered a normal part of aging.