TrainingPhysical exercise augments our cardiovascular, circulatory and lung capacity, which helps make sexual intercourse more intense while also lowering stress and anxiety levels, and improving self-esteem. The most important exercises in this regard are those that work the core, glutes and thighs, as well as those that enhance flexibility.
NutritionMost sex-related problems can be reduced by improving one's eating habits. A diet that contains more foods with omega-3 (healthy fats) and L-arginine, such as nuts and seeds, favours blood circulation and hormone production. Connections have also been made between diets that are low in zinc and a low sperm count in men. Zinc is a mineral that occurs in seafood (particularly oysters), whole grain bread and rice, leafy green vegetables, read meat and turkey.
SupplementationCertain supplements have been developed to benefit general health, affecting aspects such as hormone levels, blood flow and libido. Such compounds can work via various action mechanisms, making them an effective solution when there is no specific health problem associated.
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Essentially, these supplements support testosterone production in a natural manner. Consequently they improve libido, optimise muscle mass gains and improve sports performance, which is why they are also useful for athletes. Some can be taken independently or be included as ingredients in an extensive product range of prohormone supplements for enhanced sexual potency.Show more