Also known as an early riser, a morning tent, breakfast boner and the slew of other names given it, no matter what you call it, waking up to a morning glory after a restful sleep is one of the more pleasurable aspects of being a man.
A three year study which surveyed the dietary habits of over 16,000 Americans found that a large portion of the population failed to meet the recommended intake for many key nutrients.
Unfortunately many of these nutrients are also responsible for healthy reproductive and sexual function and a deficiency in one or many of them can cause low sex drive, reduced testosterone production, infertility, erectile dysfunction and various other sexual disorders.
The most important six minerals for peak sexual function are listed below:
Importance of nitric oxide for male sexual health:
Nitric oxide is an important chemical compound which plays an important role in male sexual function. Increased levels of nitric oxide improve circulation, lead to increased frequency of erections and been shown to improve staying power harder and firmer erections. Conversely, lower levels of nitric oxide can lead to soft erections and premature ejaculation.
The positive effects of L-Arginine go beyond simple sexual enhancement.
L-Arginine is involved in the body’s protein formation and in larger amounts L-Arginine stimulates the release of growth hormones, enhances sperm productions, improves muscle building & recovery times and is a well-documented prosexual nutrient for enhancing performance and enjoyment of both men and women.
Testosterone is what separates the men from the boys.
It is also the primary sex hormone that determines male sex characteristics and also responsible for increased muscle mass, bone mass, libido, potency and sperm production in the body.
Anything to do with being male and male virility is some way or another linked to testosterone.
Any man looking to increase their virility, strength, stamina or libido should play close attention to their own testosterone levels.
If you dream of 6-pack abs but instead suffer from an abdominal “spare tire” that won’t go away, it may be due to hormonal imbalances more than anything else, according to new research.
Extra abdominal “belly fat” can indicate a number of hormonal imbalances including high estrogen levels, low testosterone, low DHEA (a hormone from the adrenal glands), high insulin and high cortisol. All of which are bad for men and their virility.