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Elixir For Your Masculine Tantrums

Men are anxious when they experience a reduced initiative towards sex or problem having an intercourse. On the contrary, testosterone is the key player driving many of physiological functions in men and women. Apparently, a reduced level of testosterone can result in obesity, fragile bones, muscle atrophy, loss of self esteem, loss of hair and […]

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  • January 6, 2016

About Low Libido

Libido affects your sex drive. And libido is turn is affected by the testosterone levels in the body. So low testosterone equals low libido which means all sadness all around! Now low libido just doesn’t mean that once in a while you feel no sexual desire. No, it is a continuous feeling of lack of […]

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  • December 30, 2015

The Lowdown On Testosterone

When most people hear the word Testosterone they think of aggressive behavior, which is not completely correct, but it is connected. So what exactly is Testosterone? In scientific terms, Testosterone is a male sex hormone that is important to the development of sexual and reproductive organs. In cooler terms, Testosterone is your ticket to power, […]

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  • December 23, 2015

7 Ways To Improve Libido

Sexual arousal is a basic need or drive needed to cater to one’s basic instincts. It’s just another important aspect which if remained unfulfilled can leave a void in many facets of our lives. Libido or the desire to have sex varies from each person depending on various factors like his routine, physical condition, preference […]

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  • December 16, 2015

Testosterone Therapy: All You Need To Know

Testosterone is a sex hormone that is present in both men and women. Testosterone is responsible for your libido i.e. your sexual drive. Now, low testosterone, also known as hypogonadism, causes many problems and the most prominent of them is erectile dysfunction. Which is a huge issue for men, not just biological, but also confidence […]

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  • December 9, 2015