How to boost sex drive without medications

Always have coffee and pepper on your table and great achievements in the bed!

No one ever asks this question at 20 but when people reach their 40s and 50s, this problem becomes to bother them.  Not everyone wants to take pills and this is a reasonable decision because the problem may be solved by other ways available for everyone. Here’s a list of tips to boost sex drive and improve well-being.

Cardio exercises

It all depends on our cardiovascular system. If everything is fine with your heart, then you’ll have no problems with your sex drive. To be always ready for your sexual accomplishments, you want to exercise regularly. It may be aerobics, swimming, tennis, and walking is especially beneficial. But don’t overdo it, 30-40 minutes of exercises a day is quite fine.

Stress is one of the main causes of low libido

Try not to get nervous and avoid all negative emotions. Stress impacts heart function, you have high blood pressure and it becomes difficult getting an erection. All these factors are detrimental for your body and you lose productivity. Then a chain reaction occurs – a tired man is not interested in sex, he only wishes to lay on the bed and do nothing. But a passive lifestyle increases the risk of heart diseases.

To relieve stress and emotional tension try boxing, yoga or enroll for a group therapy program.

Bad habits

Never relax with a cigarette and alcohol. This combination is a sure way to develop erectile dysfunction.

Give up smoking. As for alcohol, there is no clear agreement yet on whether alcohol is good or bad. Doctors recommend drinking a glass of red wine 4 times a week. They believe that moderate wine drinking may even improve erection as wine contains flavonoids, they are antioxidants that strengthen the vessels and beneficial for the heart. But it’s important to know when to stop.

Garlic, pepper, and bananas are good for your libido

Many foods for example, fruits and vegetables, are beneficial for the reproductive system. They improve circulation like cardio exercises.

An American resource HealthLine recommends to incorporate in your diet the following foods:

  • onion and garlic to improve circulation;
  • bananas to boost libido. Bananas contain potassium which is good for blood pressure;
  • сhili pepper to improve circulation.

Food rich in omega-3 and Vitamins B

To improve blood circulation, you want to add to your diet foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids. These are salmon, tuna, olive oil, and avocado.

The great sources of Vitamin B are pork, peanuts, beans. These foods enhance the transmission of impulses from the brain to the penis.

Eat eggs for breakfast as they are rich in Vitamins B and help you to relieve stress and tension improving your erection.

Good news for coffee lovers

American scientists conducted several studies and showed that men who regularly drink coffee have erectile problems less frequently. Moderate caffeine intake widens the vessels and improves blood circulation. As a result, a man is able to maintain erection for a longer time.

Let there be light!

Melatonin is a hormone that is produced at night and helps us to relax and fall asleep. When melatonin is high, male sex drive also sleeps. Now it’s clear why men who have sex with the lights on or during daylight maintain their power in the bedroom for a longer time.

Regular walks and exposure to sunlight enhances Vitamin D production and boost your libido.

Say “no” to obesity!

Obesity is detrimental for the cardiovascular system and our entire body and may cause erectile dysfunction. Lose weight!

Try Kegel exercises

Kegel exercises gained popularity several years ago. Originally, they were intended for women. But they are also beneficial for men and may help to improve erection, experience incredible orgasms and prevent premature ejaculation.

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