Better sex tips

Better sex tips

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Few Small Things Which act as huge Turn-off for Men

There is a good reason why women are called the fairer sex – they are lovelier and gentler than men who usually tend to act as protectors and as such they are perfect for them. It is not very hard to arouse a man and to attract them if you use the right tactic. However, they are human beings and they can easily find some female behavior repulsive. In order to avoid situations like that we have prepared a list of things that men find to be total turn-offs.

1.       Excessive and inadequate makeup
The game of layering and masking is usually most interesting for teenagers and young girls, but many women never finish this game. They can spend hours in different beauty shops looking for ideal lipsticks and hit mascaras that will extend the lashes and make them look incredibly long. This is definitely a time well spent for most women. But, recent studies have shown that men don’t think the same. More than 25% of men wished to see girls with less makeup on them and around 10% find women without any makeup to be the most beautiful ones.


2.       Tears
Few studies have confirmed that in the moment men smell the presence of women’s tears their libido and overall interest in sex and intimacy falls drastically. So, try to avoid acting as a drama queen and helpless lady in distress and if you want to keep your man interested refrain from sobbing and whining.

3.       Unreliability
Many men claim that one of the biggest turn offs is when their women can’t devote to plans or postpone or change them constantly. If you are not sure about any of the plans you two have or you are canceling them in the last minute you send a message that your partner is only temporary present in your life. Try to create at least a general plan and stick to it.

4.       Poor communication
Many women have been passive-aggressive at least once in their life and that’s fine because this is something that can happen to anyone. In fact, men sometimes act in this way too. However, a constant repetition of this pattern of behavior can only lead to intractable problems that will ultimately destroy your sexual or any other type of connection. That’s why you need to learn how to talk openly with your partner and they will know how to show you that they appreciate that.

5.       Body hair

Men are known for their hairy body and this is probably the main reason why they love smooth, supple bodies without hair. The look and feel of smooth legs makes them excited, but they are equally bothered by body hair that should not be there. Don’t judge men because these processes are taking place t a subconscious level. It is always a good idea to pay more attention to your body and especially to the face because this is the first thing that your partner will notice. 

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Sex in Late Adulthood – Tips for Women

Unlike popular belief, there are many mature women who say that their sex life was significantly improved over the years. Once the children are grown up and people don’t need to spend so much energy like they used to, couples can take a deserved rest and enjoy each other’s company without any distractions. If you are in the late adulthood you should know that things such as communication and creativity can make miracles in your sex life. The following is a list of tips that can surely be helpful for all couples regardless of their age.

Sex can be viewed from many angles
In adulthood, you might have problems enjoying certain sex position that you were able to practice when you were young, but this doesn’t mean that you need to give up from the activity that can still bring you sexual pleasure and above all intimacy with your partner. The easiest way to enjoy sex is to be creative and try new things. Try some different sex position and you will certainly find one that will make you and your partner happy and satisfied.

Communication is very important
Your body will change with your age and that’s a fact. That’s why it is really important to communicate with your partner about the feelings, opinions, fears and desires that you have. Encourage your partner to be open and communicate freely with him. Good communication will always make you feel closer to each other. The same goes for situations when you try to explore something new. Late adulthood is the period in the life when people have more time for passion and creativity.

Don’t forget to exercise
If you are practicing exercises regularly and you are following a healthy diet you will look and feel better not only for yourself but also for your partner. Needless to say, a healthy body can help you enjoy sex more regardless of your age. Include lots of fruits and vegetables in your diet and try to stay away from alcohol as much as you can. Too much alcohol can reduce sex drive and sexual health in men and women too. Consult a doctor or a trainer when you are creating an exercise plan. Once you have a plan try to stick to it.

Be real
It is not healthy to have big plans and set unrealistic goals when you are getting older. If you had a really active sex life when you were young this doesn’t mean that you have to continue with the same rhythm. Of course, this also doesn’t mean that you need to stop. Just be honest and try to determine your rea capabilities.

Ask your doctor for an advice
There is no doubt that drugs and diseases (which are usually part of adulthood) can affect the sex life. If you are not sure whether some drug will affect your sex life or not you should ask your doctor. If you notice some problems, seek help right away. There are many different types of drugs today so maybe it’s time to try some substitution. 

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Erectile Dysfunction – 5 Myths and Facts

Sexuality is one of the most fascinating and frequent themes in friend’s discussions but at the same time, one of which is more shrouded in myths and erroneous beliefs. Here are presented 5 of the most common myths about Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and some facts that may help dispel the rumours.

Myth 1: After a certain age, an ED is inevitable and therefore older men should learn to live with it.
Fact: While ED is more common in older men, it does not make it “normal”, or something to have to submit to live. With advancing age, they are often needed more stimulation to achieve an erection than when you are younger. However, there is no reason to have to accept ED as one of the inevitable consequences of aging. ED in older men is due to, essentially, the effects associated with health problems, medication and lifestyle, than the very old age. Most healthy men have perfect erections till death, and you can be one of them.

Myth 2: ED is only a problem of older men, so does not affect younger men.
Fact: Although erectile dysfunction can be more common in men after 50 years, erectile difficulties may exist at any age.

Myth 3: ED may be disturbing but there is no danger.
Fact: While ED itself is not necessarily dangerous, it is often one of the first warning signs of other underlying health problems that can be quite serious. One of the most common health problems is associated with diabetes. Erectile difficulties can also be a symptom to heart problems, such as hypertension (high blood pressure) or atherosclerosis, as well as hormonal imbalances, neurological disorders such as Parkinson's disease.

So it is essential to consult your doctor if you notice persistent erection difficulties. A thorough medical examination may not only help you identify the cause of ED and find a proper treatment for it to have a more active sex life, but can also alert you to a health condition that requires urgent medical treatment.

Myth 4: No erection means you are not attracted to your partner.
Fact: There are several reasons responsible for erectile difficulties. While the lack of sexual attraction to a partner can be one of them; however, it is much more likely to be another cause. The ED can be caused by several factors such as:
·        Heart problems such as high blood pressure and atherosclerosis
·        Diabetes - about 35% to 50% of men with diabetes has erectile difficulties
·        Some medication for high blood pressure, anxiety and depression
·        Neurological diseases such as Parkinson's disease and Multiple Sclerosis
·        Hormonal imbalances (low testosterone levels, for instance)
·        Mood or emotional problems such as stress, anxiety and depression
·        Lifestyle habits such as drinking alcohol and tobacco
·        Certain types of surgery of the prostate and bladder

Myth 5: If you have erectile dysfunction, you have to take pills the rest of my life
Fact: There are options available as a permanent solution to ED. Following are some of the temporary as well as permanent solution you can use after consulting your doctor. The drugs approved specifically for the treatment are effective for many men. These include medicines taken orally (Viagra, Cialis, Levitra), injected directly into the penis (Caverjet; Prostaglandin E1), or inserted into the urethra (MUSE -Medicated Urethral System for Erection; Transurethral alprostadil).

There are also vacuum devices and surgical treatments that may be useful for men with erectile difficulties. As ED can be caused by an underlying medical condition such as atherosclerosis or high blood pressure, treatment of the disease can help alleviate erectile difficulties.


You must make some changes to your lifestyle if you are looking for a natural treatment to Erectile dysfunction. Stop smoking, lose weight, or reduce consumption of alcohol can help you greatly improve your erections. Sex therapy continues to be a very effective method in most situations. 

Monday, December 1, 2014

Erectile Dysfunction and Diabetes Mellitus

Erectile dysfunction is the complication related to getting and maintaining a penile erection sufficient for penetration during sex. Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is therefore different from the problem of lack of sexual desire or premature ejaculation. Men with ED have sexual desire, but are unable to get or keep an erection.

Men with diabetes have a much easier time developing ED than men without the disease. And they develop for 5 to 10 years earlier and 25 to 75% more than a human without diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, at least half of men over 50 who have diabetes also suffer from ED. Risk of ED increases depending on how many years the man is with diabetes and their severity. Yet, the ED of men with diabetes can be well controlled with proper medication and treatment.

How man achieves erection?
Erections occur as a result of physical and / or psychological stimuli that cause the blood to flow and fill the tissue as sponge (called corpora cavernosa) of the penis. There is an artery running through the center of each corpus cavernosum. When there is an excitement, the body transmits chemical messages to the brain which in return signals the body’s smooth muscle cells to relax. When this occurs, blood is trapped there by the outer layer of the corpora cavernosa that causes it to not quit and be filled with blood and finally an erection. When the excitement is over, or the man has orgasm, the cells of the corpora cavernosa contract sending blood out of it.

Why men with diabetes have erectile dysfunction risk?
Men with diabetes have three main risk factors for having ED. First, diabetes can cause nerve damage (neuropathy) throughout the body, including the nerves of the penis. Changes in penile nerves can interfere with the ability of your body to send messages and receive them in the penis. Diabetes can worsen the condition known as atherosclerosis, in which the blood flows with difficulty by blood vessels. The narrowing of vessels of the penis, which are much thinner than those around the heart, causes an input difficulty and blood out of the penis, causing ED. Finally, diabetic men must monitor their blood glucose. 

When not controlled, your body does not produce enough nitric oxide and vascular tissues do not respond well. Nitric oxide (NO) is a neurotransmitter produced by the body, responsible for helping the communication of a cell with the other. If the body does not produce enough Nitric oxide, the veins of the penis are not compressed with pressure and the blood comes out quickly with no hard erection. In addition to these causes, men with diabetes often have other associated conditions with ED - including hypertension, obesity and increased triglycerides and cholesterol. In general, diabetic patients have more than one adjuvant cause that does develop ED.

How to treat erectile dysfunction in who is diabetes?
The first ED treatment rule for diabetic patient is to control the sugar level in blood. Your doctor most likely will recommend some changes in your lifestyle as changing your diet and increase your physical activity.

Treatment:
1-    Changes in lifestyle: diet change, increased physical activity, weight loss, stop smoking.
2-    Medicines for diabetes, for other diseases, pro-erection medication (Levitra, Levitra, Cialis, Viagra).
3-    Other treatment options: therapy injection into the penis, vacuum use, therapy with androgens.

To sum up

Erectile dysfunction does not necessarily occur in all men who have diabetes mellitus. Keep your blood glucose (blood sugar) well controlled and have a healthy lifestyle to reduce the risk of ED. Control other associated diseases such as heart disease and hypertension. But it is very important that the man regularly consult the doctor, even if you have not yet ED signals.