Ever wonder how one guy can down a 12-pack and (seem to) carry on a normal conversation while another guy drinks one beer and gets smashed? The science of what’s occurring inside that person’s body, and brain, is immeasurably complex but it can be deduced by a couple of different terms like: tissue sensitivity or […]
From: Ron Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2009 To: John Abdo <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Ultimate Sexual Health & Performance™ Hi John, I have read about a third of the book so far…GOOD STUFF! Exactly what I wanted to understand. This will be a big hit. There are sooo many guys out there that just don’t know. Also […]
Men-In-Pause Why are millions of men slowing down while millions of others are stuck in “pause” mode? ——————————— ANDROPAUSE is one of the newer names listed in medical dictionaries that, unfortunately, is also quickly becoming a household name. Andropause is synonymous with hypogonadism and impotence, best known for its 2-letter acronym, ED (i.e., erectile dysfunction). […]
Protein & Sexual Health In total, nutritional scientists claim there are 22 amino-acids (AAs) that are required by the body if a man is to live a healthy, productive and hormonally-fortified life. Of the twenty-two, 8 of these AAs are considered essential for human health. The term essential refers to the fact that it’s imperative […]
Physiology of an Erection: Refer to ‘HPTA Illustration’ By John Abdo The penis seems to have a mind of its own when men are experiencing andropause or hypogonadism. The mind-penis connection (big head/little head) becomes impaired through declining hormone production, insufficient circulation of blood and diminishing penile responsiveness, to name a few. As youngsters, it […]
Cellular Integrity and The Role of Antioxidants By John Abdo Antioxidants are powerful microscopic wonders found in many of the foods we conveniently have available to us. We cannot live long without these gifts from Mother Nature, and if we did survive without them, we would not live well. Antioxidants provide the trillions of cells […]
Levels of all hormones start to drop with age.
We now know that there are many “causes” for ED including those that originate from emotional, neurological, circulatory, endocrinolgical, lifestyle and plenty more.
Sex requires a degree of physical effort, often burning as many calories as you would burn running 15 minutes on a treadmill.
Women are brainwashed into believing that as they age, they concurrently (inevitably) become less of a female (on a sensuous level).