Sunday, September 30, 2012

Causes Low Libido

Low libido may put your relationship on the brink of an end. There are several physiological and psychological factors responsible for reducing sex drive. Take a look at some common causes of low libido.

  1. Unresolved relationship issues: Unresolved relationship problems are responsible for low sex drive. Emotional closeness is one of the elements that fire up your sexual desire. Signs of a struggling relation, such as communication gap, arguments and betrayal of trust, are the inroads against intimacy.

  2. Stress: Stress could mar you in several forms, such as work stress, money troubles, caring for a sick family member and many more. Stress has a negative impact on your sex drive as it disrupts the release of cortisol and epinephrine (or adrenaline).
  3. Health conditions: Systemic illnesses, such as cancer and kidney disease, and chronic illness may also cause hormonal changes that affect sex desire. Illnesses such as renal disease, HIV and diabetes are other medical conditions that decrease libido.
  4. Sleep deprivation: If you are not sleeping well, it may result in low libido. Insomnia, sleep apnoea sleeping difficulties results in low testosterone levels. reduced levels of the hormone is responsible for low libido.
  5. Parenting: The responsibilities of parenting kill sex drive. Women remain involved with toddlers and do not have time to be intimate.
  6. Medications: Medications such as antidepressants, blood pressure drugs, antihistamines, oral contraceptives, chemotherapy, anti-HIV drugs, finasteride and synthetic progesterone-medroxy progesterone cause hormonal imbalance which disrupt your normal sexual functions.
  7. Sexual disorders: Sex disorders may lead to low by affecting sexual organs or brain functions. Sexual dysfunctions are also responsible for pain during intercourse, or they may lead to inability of orgasm.
  8. Alcohol: A drink may set the tone for intimacy at times, but not always. It can lower your sex drive, besides being a turn-off for your partner. Same applies to recreational drugs.
  9. Lack of time: Your hectic schedule may interfere in your sex life. You should plan everyday activities in a way that allows time with your partner for intimacy.
  10. Hormonal imbalance: Libido is also affected by hormone levels, such as testosterone and oestrogen. Injury, inflammation and tumours in the testicles are the reasons for low testosterone in men. Among other causes of hormone imbalance include cirrhosis of liver or pituitary diseases.
  11. Depression: Depression can lower your sex drive, just like antidepressants. A depressive illness disrupts bodily systems, dislocates them and slows them down. Due to depression, men experience erection problems while women experience difficulty in reaching orgasm.
  12. Low self-esteem: If your self-esteem suffers, you’ll have poor body image. For instance, you feel ashamed of being out of shape and believe that it may douse intimacy. One of the solutions for lifting your morale is working out, which also increases your sex drive.

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Causes and Symptoms of Sexual Weakness or Erectile Dysfunction

Old Age : As men age there is a natural slowing down of many bodily functions. From a sexual viewpoint, this may occur as decreased firmness of erections, shorter lasting erections or a longer "recovery time" in between erections These changes may be caused by a decreased production of testosterone, decreased blood flow or other diseases that are more common in men as they age. Most commonly, the sexual changes associated with old age are due to a combination of the factors discussed in more detail below.
Decreased Blood Flow : A decrease in the blood flow to the penis will affect the quality of erections. The erections will be weak and/or short lasting.
Diabetes : Diabetes can interfere with erections in a number of ways, and erectile problems tend to get worse the longer a man has diabetes. Half of all men with diabetes experience some degree of erectile dysfunction. Diabetes can affect the sending and receiving of nerve impulses. This condition is called peripheral neuropathy and may also affect the hands and feet of diabetics. Without good nerve function, erections are more difficult to achieve. Diabetes may affect the blood flow to the penis. Men with diabetes often experience decreased quality or number of erections. Healthy blood vessels are needed for the engorgement of penile tissue that leads to erection.
High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) : Hypertension can affect erections either by the changes it causes in the blood vessels, or by the medications used for treatment. Hypertension may affect the veins, allowing the blood that does rush into the penis to exit just as quickly. The effects of hypertension on erectile function are cumulative over time and may occur even before a man knows he has hypertension.
Pelvic Surgery (prostate, bladder, rectal) : When surgery is performed in the pelvic area, injury to the nerves and or blood vessels may result. Even with "nerve sparing" procedures, the nerves may be temporarily or permanently altered. With extensive surgery for bladder or rectal cancers, a large amount of tissue is removed and impotence may occur.
Spinal Cord Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, and Other Nervous System Disorders : An injury to the spinal cord disrupts the nerve pathways necessary for an erection. Sometimes men with a spinal cord injury may get reflex erections. However, these are unpredictable and usually very short lasting. Multiple sclerosis interferes with the nerve impulses in the body. Also, multiple sclerosis may lead to generalized weakness and immobility which make it difficult to get an erection. Any other disorder which interferes with the nervous system can make good erections difficult or impossible.
Hormonal Problems : The hormones play an important part in sexual function. They are responsible for the sex drive (also called libido). Hormonal imbalances such as low testosterone or high prolactin can disrupt the libido.
Depression and Psychological Problems : Depression may lead to erectile dysfunction by a loss of sex drive, or by the medications used for treatment. Problems with premature ejaculation and the anxiety associated with it may lead to erectile problems.
Cigarette Smoking, Excessive Use of Alcohol, Drug Abuse : Habits such as smoking, heavy alcohol use and recreational drug abuse may inhibit erectile function. The effects may be temporary or permanent. Temporary erectile dysfunction may occur as a result of ingestion of large amounts of alcohol. Permanent effects may occur from the effects of smoking on the blood vessels or alcohol on the nerves. substances added to recreational drugs may damage both the vessels and nerves.
Medications : Medications used to treat a variety of diseases can affect erectile functioning. Some of the more common are drugs used to treat high blood pressure and depression. Switching medications may help restore sexual function. Changes in medication must always be ordered and supervised by a medical professional. Talk to your medical doctor about the possibility of switching blood pressure medications. There are many medications for hypertension which do not cause erection problems.
Peyronie's Disease : Peyronie's disease is a bending of the erect penis which is often painful. The exact cause of Peyronie's is not known, but there may be some association with trauma. This condition can lead to impotence and/or inability to have intercourse due to the curvature.
The symptom of erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve and maintain an erection for satisfactory sexual intercourse. This condition also may involve problems with emission, ejaculation and orgasm. 

Sexual Weakness or Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) thus is the inability of a man to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for his sexual needs or the needs of his partner. Erectile dysfunction may sometimes be even termed as "impotence". The term "erectile dysfunction" can mean the inability to achieve erection, an inconsistent ability to do so, or the ability to achieve only brief erections.
Age is a risk factor for erectlile dysfunction. Many studies have shown that it is much more likely in a 60 year old as compared with a 40 year old man. Men who lead less healthy lifestyles, eat a less healthy diet, drink more and exercise less are also more prone to suffer from this. Physical exercise tends to lessen the risk of impotence. 
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is treatable at any age. There are now successful treatments for this disorder which ensures that most men with the problem return to normal sexual activity. 
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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Sex and women

Many men forget that it doesn't matter how long or how short your penis is, because the vagina will accommodate itself to virtually any length.
  • The vagina of a woman who hasn't had a child is only 7.5cm (3 inches) long when she's not sexually excited. The figures for women who have had babies are only slightly different.
  • Even when aroused, a woman's vagina usually extends only to a length of about 10cm (about 4 inches).
This means any man's penis will fill her vagina completely, unless you happen to be one of those rare guys with an erect penile length of less than four inches.

You're probably now wondering how the average man with an erection of six inches manages to insert his penis into the vagina at all.

But fortunately, the vagina has the most remarkable capacity for lengthening if something is introduced into it gradually.

So the exceptional man whose erect penis is eight inches long can still make love to any woman, providing he excites her properly and introduces his organ very slowly. If he does this, her vagina will lengthen by 150 or 200 per cent to accommodate him.

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Average size of erections

We've talked about the length of the penis in its ordinary non-erect state, but how long is it be when it's erect?
Interestingly, most penises are very much the same size when erect.
  • The man whose non-erect penis is smallish will usually achieve about a 100 per cent increase in length during sexual excitement.
  • The man whose non-erect penis is on the largish size will probably manage about a 75 per cent increase.
So you can see that even if a man has got a 'small' penis, he's got a built-in compensating factor that will bring him up to about the same size as the guy who appears to be 'better equipped' in the shower room. 

As we've already said, the average penis is now known to be appreciably shorter than was traditionally thought. Most authorities now say that the mean length of the erect male organ is between 5.1 inches (12.9 centimetres) and 5.9 inches (15 centimetres).

One of the most accurate and scientific pieces of research on this subject was carried out in Mexico behalf of LifeStyles condoms. Under the supervision of a doctor, four trained health professionals measured the erect penises of 300 men (who were mostly young Americans). 

They found that the average length was 5.877 inches (14.93 centimetres) – far less than the figure which had been generally quoted in the past. 

A review published in the British Journal of Urology in 2007 broadly confirmed this finding. 

Average penis length

Measuring the penis when it isn't erect is pointless, since the length and bulk are affected by various temporary factors, such as the ambient temperature. Even the largest male organ can shrink to virtually nothing if the man goes for a swim in cold water.

However, at normal temperatures a non-erect penis usually measures between 8.5cm and 10.5cm (3-4 inches) from tip to base. 

The average figure is about 9.5cm (3.75 inches). 

Of course, it's true that some men have big penises and some have smaller ones, just as some men have small feet and some have big feet, but the measurement is not – repeat not – an index of virility. 

Most people think that a tall man will usually have a large penis, but this is not entirely true. The distinguished American researchers Masters and Johnson measured the penile lengths of more than 300 men.
  • The longest organ was 14 cm (5.5 inches) in the flaccid state. It belonged to a slim man who was 5' 7" tall (170 cm).
  • The shortest penis measured 6cm (2.25 inches). It belonged to a fairly heavily built man of 5' 11" (180cm).
It's also worth pointing out that there is no correlation between penile size and race. 

Monday, September 24, 2012

Does penis size matter?

This has to be one of the most common questions about sex. And while more men than women ask it, both are curious about the scientific answer to this question. Based on sexual physiological knowledge, the answer is no, size does not matter. Whether engaging in anal or vaginal penetration, a finger can be just as pleasurable as a penis. When it comes to anal penetration, often a finger is more pleasurable because of the dexterity a finger can provide, especially for a man that likes a stimulating prostate massage. Many women will also say that a finger is better able to tickle her fancy vaginally, especially for those women who feel they have a G-spot. The most sexually stimulating spot on a woman is her clitoris - the glans has over 8000 nerve endings alone! There is also a network of sensitive nerve endings in the outer one third of the vagina, but hardly any in the inner two-thirds. length of the penis doesn't matter physically, and girth, while it can feel pleasant for many women, feels good because the vagina will wrap snugly around the width of what ever is put in it: a finger, tampon, toy or penis of any girth. The pleasure comes from the penetration and technique, not the size. It really is about the motion of the ocean, not the size of the wave. However, for those that do say size matters, this is, like with anything in sex, a personal preference, not a biological fact.

What is meant by healthy sexual relationship?

A healthy sexual relationship is different for every couple because every individual has differing sexual needs. While the activities involved in each sexual relationship can vary widely, in general, "healthy" sex should encompass the following: 
• Both partners should feel equally pleased with the activities.
• Neither partner should feel forced into doing something they don't want to do. 
• The right to say "no" to sex at any time, for any reason. 
• Mutual respect before and after sex. 
• Neither partner suffers a loss of self-esteem. 
• Trust exists as well as openness about sexual history and current activities. 


Herbal medicine, herbalism, phytotherapy and botanical medicine are all terms which refer to traditional or folk medicine in which the cures or treatments involve using extracts of plants. The reason that plants have medicinal properties is probably because of the defense mechanisms of plants. This natural mechanism helps plants fend off predators like microorganisms, insects, and animals. These defense mechanisms work by making the plant produce certain substances within them that keep predators or diseases at bay. Practitioners of herbal and natural medicine merely found a way to acquire these substances to help humans fend off diseases as well.

Although some form of herbal medicine has been in existence since the era of the caveman, herbal medications have - at one time or another been used by people belonging to almost every culture of the world through history. However, in the ancient cultures of India such medicine has always been taken very seriously and ancient books on medicine unearthed in these parts of the world show that the herbal practitioners worked on perfecting their concoctions with every experience they had.

The main advantage of herbal medicines and the reason these are gaining popularity in modern times is because they are completely natural medicines and hence do not have chemical components. This translates into fewer side-effects and a lower chance of the patient's exhibiting an allergic reaction to the constituents of the herbal medicine.