Well, the buzz is all over the internet. A new “pink pill” (not to be confused with the older, American product Osphena, the “pink Viagra”) has just been released in the United Kingdom. Even though it’s a pretty costly product, women everywhere are wondering how they can get their hands on it. Unfortunately, according to the product’s manufacturer, Holland and Barrett, Lady Prelox is only available for delivery to European countries at the moment. So, what are all the ladies in the U.S. and other countries to do? That’s what I’m going to tell you about here… Continue reading “Libido Boost For Ladies: Natural Extracts You Can Use vs The Pink Pill” »
Healthy Answers has told you about hot yoga, fizzy yoga, solo yoga, and Broga, now I’d like to tell you about Partner Yoga. If your love life has fallen to the wayside in your relationship because of certain conditions that often affect the sexual functioning of older men and women, Partner Yoga may be just the thing to reawaken intimacy in your relationship. Here’s what it’s all about… Continue reading “Spice Up Your Love Life with This Exercise” »
By Cate Drew
My husband Matt is a real hottie. Good looking, tall, broad-shouldered, gorgeous full head of hair. Wow.
No, I’m not the only one who thinks so: when he was 51, I entered him in a national mag’s Hottest Husband contest and he made the top 20 before losing to a 20-something plumber who moonlighted as a massage therapist (how can you top that combo??). Continue reading “Hot Husband! Sex With The Tin Man” »
All of us have at one time in our lives, a situation between family members, coworkers or friends, where people within that group are fighting with each other and you’re in the middle. It can be a very uncomfortable position to be in. Each one wants you to take their side and makes you feel like an unloyal traitor if you want to stay neutral. It’s a lot like being between a rock and a hard place. As a Certified Empowerment Coach, I’d like to offer you some suggestions in which you can both find your own peace and maybe even help mend the rift between the warriors. Continue reading “How to Find Peace With People in Your Life” »
Are prescriptions drugs hurting your sex life?
You might not realize it, but many prescription drugs put a damper on your libido or can causeerectile dysfunction. Of course your doctor is not at fault. In his effort to keeping you healthy he might be indirectly killing your sex life! Continue reading “Are These Drugs Robbing You Of A Good Time In Bed?” »
Research about to be published in the September issue of The Journal of Health and Social Behavior reveals that divorce can adversely affect your heart. Their study focused on 9,000 Baby Boomer-age group people between the ages of 51-61 who went through a divorce or were widowed. It revealed that they had 20% more chronic health conditions like heart disease, diabetes or even cancer than happily married people. Continue reading “Handling Stress: Divorce and Your Heart” »
Is pregnancy just the nine months before your child is born? Of course not, and good parents are going to consider things like conception, and the months before they conceive. Why? Optimal health prior to conception is now considered a great way of reducing risks and enjoying the best experience possible. It is also linked to healthier offspring too! It is also important to remember that ideal grounds for conception involve both parents, and so it is best if Mom and Dad are as healthy as they can be as well.
How is that done? Conception is going to be healthier when bad habits are long gone. Just consider the following:
Smoking – Around twenty to thirty percent of underweight newborns and roughly fourteen percent of premature babies are born to mothers who smoked throughout pregnancy. Even more shocking is that around ten percent of infant deaths are due to parental smoking.
• Alcohol – There is absolutely no reason to consume alcohol during pregnancy and in the months before conception, and it is best to drop any habits before becoming pregnant.
• Prescription medications – If you read the hazards or risks associated with many medications you will see a startling number of times that they indicate a risk for birth defect. Talk with a pharmacist and your physician about the options for eliminating any prescription drug use in the months before conception.
• Herbal formulas – The FDA does not often review or approve herbal remedies. That alone says a lot. So, discuss any herbal formulations that you use with a physician.
• Caffeine – Coffee may be your “drug of choice,” but it leads to everything from increased blood pressure to an increase in miscarriage. It does impact the body, so try to slowly wean yourself from caffeine of all kinds in the months before you conceive.
You also have to consider the general health and well-being of both parents. This means that your plans for pregnancy should include months of healthy eating, regular exercise and de-stressing activities. Not only does this lay the foundation for a healthier pregnancy, but it is going to ensure that you are already enjoying very healthy habits that you will take with you into the pregnancy and beyond.
You should also make special arrangements before attempting to become pregnant if you have any of the following health conditions:
• High blood pressure
• Thyroid problems
Special treatment may be required, and the more you know about it, the more you can prepare for it and enjoy a happy and healthy pregnancy.
By: Dr. Hooria–Article Dashboard
In a question to me on one of my webinars, Melanie writes: “My husband is very loving, but not very sexual. I’ve tried to talk to him about this many times in non-threatening ways, but his lack of enthusiasm toward sex makes it very difficult to engage myself when he finally does get around to feeling sexual. We have zero intimacy mentally and very little physically.”
We often hear of men complaining that their wives are not sexual. It might surprise you that I often hear this complaint from women as well. Continue reading “My Husband Is Not Sexual” »
Many cyber dates are leading to long-term relationships, and even marriage. Better TV’s Juli Auclair helps debunk some of the myths surrounding online dating. Continue reading “Online Dating Myths” »
Wouldn’t it be great if you could have better sex just by eating the right foods? Well, if you know the foods to choose, you can do just that.
Your diet affects every level of your health from how well your heart functions to how clearly you think to how good you feel. It should come as no surprise that your diet can affect your sex drive. If you know what you’re doing, you can improve it.
The first step to boosting your sex drive with food is to make sure that you are eating well, for good overall health. Continue reading “Believe it or Not, You Might Have Libido-Boosters Hiding in Your Fridge” »