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Monday, 11 January 2016

How to Get Your Libido Back and Keep It through Proper Diet

By psychoanalysis, libido is a Freudian term for sexual urge or desire; it is a prominent aspect of physical attraction (for the opposite sex). As a man (or woman) your libido could be everything to you. So many relationships could, and have been very turbulent if your natural sexual drive or appetite is topsy-turvy or even in the worst case scenario, non-existent. Many have suffered long silently due to ignorance, but expert studies have proven that most of the time the right nutritional behaviour can very well be where your master stroke is hiding. And so you can rediscover your libido and even permanently keep it.

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According to a health expert on Natural Healing Alternatives, Dr. Leye Popoola, the type of food consumed by men, and their health status can play a major role in their masculinity as well as in their sexual and reproductive health. It is important therefore to note that a man’s strength of sexuality is influenced directly or indirectly by the type of foods he eats; there is a great need for every man to ensure he gets the maximum benefits from his meals by consuming plenty of foods that contain muscle and blood building nutrients. This is where your ‘strength’ lies.

This type of foods will not only give energy, but will also go to enrich the heart, which has a direct impact on the ability of a man to have good erections. According to Popoola “Research has shown that the same eating patterns that can cause heart attacks due to restricted blood flow in the coronary arteries can also impede blood flow to and within the male sexual organ thereby inhibiting your sexual drive as well.

“The blood flow is needed for the male organ to become erect. Diets that include very few fruits and vegetables with lots of fatty, fried, and processed foods can contribute to decreased blood circulation throughout the body. Anything that is bad for a man’s heart is also bad for his genital organ,” experts say.

Boost your fire power with the right diet

It is important therefore to watch out for what you consume as a man. Thus men who are experiencing weak erection need to be more circumspect regarding their dietary lifestyle as it may be linked to this problem. Many at times sufferers of erectile dysfunction (ED) or what is popularly known as impotence are men who are probably hooked on the wrong diet.

Studies have proven that most men who complain of erectile dysfunction are frequently eating foods that easily predispose them to this health problem except in the case of injuries resulting from accidents, etc. Otherwise many of these people it was discovered are ardent consumers of unwholesome diets that hardly do them any good such as fast food; these men are usually fond of consuming denatured foods and are therefore advised to refrain from such. You are advised to keep off as much as possible from the consumption of white bread and indeed processed foods because they have most of their vital nutrients removed in the process of refinement. Eat more of whole foods; exercise and boost your testosterone levels for great performance.
Your testosterone levels matter a lot
Also, men especially are to keep away from smoking and reduce to the barest minimum their intake of alcoholic beverages. Stress has also been identified as a major culprit in the issue of low sexual drive or appetite for the men. You are therefore advised to do all in your powers to reduce your stress levels. Coupled with this, other stress factors to watch out for include – sleeplessness, anxiety, etc.

It is very important at this point to sound a note of warning: If you do not know what to do about your inability to sustain an erection, or even have a sexual urge, you should consult your medical practitioner and not resort to taking all manner of over the counter (OTC) preparations or aphrodisiacs that litter the markets. It could be a very dangerous behaviour experts caution.

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