Although most people associate testosterone with the male sex drive, this hormone actually influences far more than just your libido. Instead, think of testosterone as a sort of fuel for your energy. Your level of focus, your patience and even your motivation are all tied to your testosterone levels. Sadly, many American men (about 25 […]
Here’s a depressing statistic for you: In 2014, the U.S. Travel Association found that 41 percent of Americans did not plan to use all the paid time off they received from work. On the face of it, this is incredible information. It means that millions of Americans, knowing full well that they have days available […]
When it comes to testosterone loss, the facts are in. One in four men have a testosterone deficiency. Statistically speaking, anytime four guys are hanging out, one of them does not have high enough testosterone levels, and the older you get, the higher that number climbs. Of course, just because someone has a deficiency doesn’t […]
Testosterone is so much more than we think it is.
We see bulging muscles on a man and think, “oh, his testosterone must be through the roof.”
We see a skinny guy, devoid of signs of physical strength, and think the opposite.
Truthfully, we really have no idea how powerful this natural thing called ‘testosterone’ really is.
So, let’s clear up the misconceptions and set the record straight.
Without confidence, life can be a disaster.
Careers falter. Relationships plateau. For a man with low self-confidence, indecision and inadequacy plague the day. Sound familiar?
Believe it or not, you’re not alone. Research has linked a lack of confidence to an incredible variety of issues both personal and professional. Relationship plateaus. Career indecisiveness. Sexual performance issues. Even just an overall dip in the quality of life.
All can be tied to confidence issues.
Just ask John.
Why sex is more than a fun perk.
According to most research, one partner in a relationship wants sex more than the other.
If you’re on the wanting side of this equation, the following information is going to be both irrelevant to you and the greatest sex acquisition tool you’ve been given.
If you are the partner with an inconsistent and weak drive for sex, I’d caution you. Researchers have long understood the secret to keeping a chemical and emotional connection alive and well in a relationship—and that secret is consistent sex.
During sex—and especially during an orgasm—a hormone called oxytocin is released by both parties. As it turns out, this “hormone of love” happens to come with all kinds of side benefits proving that sex is far more than a pleasurable perk of a relationship. It’s actually an imperative practice to keeping a long-term connection alive between two people.
Here are three reasons why.