• sarim sarim
    June 23, 2008
    drinking plenty of water can improve sex power?
    sarim sarim
    June 23, 2008

    can drinking plenty of water can improve sex power and thickness of cum?

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  • healthgal
    Health Pro
    June 24, 2008
    healthgal
    Health Pro
    June 23, 2008

    Not that I've ever heard but being adequately hydrated means that your body works at maximal efficiency so from that perspective - well hydrated = a healthy body.

     

    Remember that not only water but all beverages and fruits and veggies - which have high water content all contribute to hydration.


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  • sex
    sex
    September 06, 2008
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    June 23, 2008

    hello, whenever i make the sex relation with any girl..i loose my confident ..there is no power remain in my penis..i feel very bad..just like i m not a man.

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    • Hope to help
      September 03, 2009
      Hope to help
      September 03, 2009

      I have had E.D. once in a while for 10 or more years. Then I read David Deida's book, "The Way of the Superior Man" where he briefly mentioned Taoist breathing where you breathe in from the top of your head down the front of your face, neck, chest, belly... all the way down to your balls and penis. I tried it laying on my side and visualizing the energy going down there with my breath as I let go of all tension letting it be swept away by the energy. Within minutes I had the hardest erection I've had since I was a teen ager (I am now in my mid fifties). This is only one of many practices that you can use to build the sexual energy. I recommend checking out Taoist lovemaking books by Mantack Chia who is a true master of these arts. It may take you longer than it did for me but it WILL be worth the effort and it will help you heal the wounds that have you feeling that you are not a man in the first place... Good luck!!

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