(Written By David Jaynes)
Testosterone is known as the “man” hormone.
It’s what puts hair on your chest, muscles on your frame, and passion in your sex life.
But with age, environmental factors, lifestyle changes or simple bad genetic luck, testosterone can decrease – sometimes to the point of health problems.
We’re obviously talking about weak erection / testosterone problems, but we’re also talking about how-long-you-live health problems.
Stuff like heart disease and obesity.
If you have weak erections, this can happen because of a variety of factors. Some of them are caused by isolated issues like high blood pressure, stress or other health conditions.
In other words…
The link between a weak erection and low testosterone exists, but the cause of the problem is not always direct, as Low-t leads to other health conditions….
Conditions that can eventually lead to blatant erectile dysfunction if you don’t get a grip on them.
For example…Continue reading
(SHBG Blockers, Written By David Jaynes)
A lot of factors that determine your testosterone levels are easy to understand, because they work like your diet or your exercise program.
(Hell, many of them are your diet and exercise program).
Others, though, are pure chemistry. Harder to understand and basically impossible to see.
SHBG is one of those. Continue reading
(Natural Ways to Increase Testosterone, Written by
Changing levels of testosterone are part of a man’s life cycle.
You’re born with a little, then start to have a lot as a teen and young man. Sometime around middle age, your production slacks off gradually.
For some men, that lower production happens earlier or more drastically than is normal.
A man’s low-T situation can come from illness, toxic environment, lifestyle, diet, or simple aging.
Regardless of why, the results are the same: higher risk of:
If your testosterone is lower than your health and sexual health need it to be, you pretty much have three options:Continue reading
(Small Testicles and Low Testosterone, written By David Jaynes)
They say “it’s not the size of the wand, but the magic
that’s in it.”
Within normal ranges for penis size, that’s the truth, but what about the other parts of your junk?
Does the size of your family jewels matter? If so, how?
Women don’t report being more or less aroused by huge balls, or bothered by small balls unless they have some kind of testicle fetish.
So you don’t need to worry about anything in that department.
But what about your ability to get it up? Your libido? Your ability to climax and the health of your sperm?Continue reading
A very common question we get on this website is, can
you get an erection with low testosterone?
Frequent site contributor, David Jaynes has dug into the science and answered this question in detail below.
Let’s get started…
I’ve recently been diagnosed with very low testosterone.
I know it’s a killer for men’s sex drive and performance in bed. On the other hand, I’ve heard terrible things about testosterone therapy.
What’s the skinny on getting an erection with low testosterone? I having extreme difficulties getting them right now.
Also, how can I improve my chances.
I have good news and bad news for you. Here’s the good news…Continue reading
Testosterone Therapy Risks, written by David Jaynes.
Low testosterone isn’t exactly normal, but it does affect
one in four men over 30 in the United States.
It’s not a life-threatening condition, but can definitely threaten your lifestyle.
Common side effects include reduced libido, lower sperm production, reduced bone density and muscle mass, increased fat, and lower red blood cell production.
So it’s not something you want to just put up with, like that bum knee from that mountain biking injury.
Ask (most) doctors, and they’ll recommend testosterone therapy: injecting or ingesting pharmaceutical testosterone to make up for what your body is no longer producing.
It’s the standard big pharma response to the problem, but like most big pharma solutions it comes with its own set of problems…Continue reading
This Zocor And Impotence article was written by frequent
site contributor, David Jaynes.
There are plenty of things that can cause impotence and erectile
But if you’re struggling with ED and you can’t seem to fix it with
diet and lifestyle, you might want to look in your medicine cabinet.
One of the worst offenders for causing impotence is Statins, especially Zocor.
With 28% of the population over 40 already on statins, these systematically deployed drugs are causing some serious damage in the bedroom.
In fact, based on the US male population over 40 and the rate of statin-caused ED according to some studies, we’re looking at 375,000 men suffering ED as a DIRECT result of taking statins.
This article is going to explain exactly HOW statins cause ED, what statins to watch out for, and what you can do to manage your cholesterol without impacting your erectile health.Continue reading
Can Sleep Apnea Cause Impotence?
Yes it can…
Sleep apnea may seem like the Next Big Self-Diagnosed Thing, akin to gluten sensitivity from last decade or ADD in kids.
But for millions it’s a real and serious problem linked to all kinds of physical and psychological health problems.
For folks who aren’t sure what sleep apnea is, it’s when you stop breathing intermittently throughout a night of sleep.
Because that breathing cessation wakes you up just a little bit, even mild cases are the equivalent of getting jostled awake every few minutes all night long.
It’s pretty logical to assume that no parts of your health and wellbeing would be operating at peak performance after just a few weeks of this, and science supports that assumption.
For example…Continue reading
This catuaba bark and erectile dysfunction post
was written by David Jaynes.
Inside he details how catuaba can improve your erections by…
Now here’s David…Continue reading
Are you thinking about using Rhodiola Rosea
for Erectile Dysfunction?
Then you’ve come to the right place….
In the article below, David Jaynes explains how and why this adaptogenic herb can help you get your erections back on track.
Here we go…Continue reading