Skin Care Tips To Feel & Look Younger

Cynthia had always been proud of her skin, especially her summer tan. But as she grew older, she saw she was getting more fine lines and wrinkles. She began to worry about what other skin problems she may have. What were those brown spots on her hands and arms?

Your skin changes with age. It becomes thinner, loses fat, and no longer looks as plump and smooth as it once did. Your veins and bones can be seen more easily. Scratches, cuts, or bumps can take longer to heal. Years of sun tanning or being out in the sunlight for a long time may lead to wrinkles, dryness, age spots, and even cancer. But there are things you can do to protect your skin and to make it feel and look better. Dry Skin And Itching

By intelligently reserving and delegating your sexual energy, you will feel happier, be healthier, have more energy, be more creative, be more focused and concentrated, perform better in your workout, attract more positive people socially, attract higher quality lovers, and get more work and play done then you could have otherwise imagined.

And that is what this book is all about teaching you; How to heal, replenish, and power up your sexual health so that you accomplish more in ever}’ area of your life than you thought possible.

Your Body’s Physical Shape

Though It may be obvious to you already, the physical shape your whole body is in will always have an immediate and drastically powerful effect on the quality of your sexual health, sex drive, and sex life. As such, this is the first step.

Indeed, the very quality (and even duration in many cases) of the sex you have is largely proportionate to the status of your physical body. If you need further proof of this, ask almost any athlete or anyone of notable lean physical prowess (such as runners, martial artists, yoga practitioners, basketball players, soccer players, and the like) about the quality of their sex life and their stamina and notice how they respond.

Then ask anyone who is largely inactive, or whom has had any serious injuries, about their sex life. This difference is largely

and entirely obvious: Those who are in great (or even just good) physical shape have more enjoyable sex lives. Those who do not take care of their physical body always suffer in the bedroom and tend to frustrate their partner.

While it is not at all necessary for you to be an expert athlete or the next Bruce Lee or a yoga contortionist to have an awesome sex life, it IS to your benefit to invest measurable amounts of time and energy (according to your needs) in taking care of key aspects of your physical body. Why this is important to your sexual health

Taking even the most basic care of your body will absolutely yield some very immediate benefits to your sex life, including:

  • Increased Sexual Stamina for longer durations of pleasure
  • Faster Post-Orgasm Sexual Recovery
  • Longer Orgasms
  • More powerful Orgasms
  • More Sensitive, Wild, Vivid, and Lively pleasure throughout the entire sexual experience.
  • Increased Emotional Intimacy and Emotional Pleasure between you and your partner.
  • Harder Erections
  • Increased Blood flow to all nerves and sexual organs for increased pleasure in absolutely ALL parts of the body.
  • Clearer Lungs for Improved Breathing, Vocal Expression, and Oxygen-induced Sexual Euphoria
    • Cleaner body and Clearer Skin due to increased sweating.
    • Cleaner Digestive Track for less toxic burden in the body due to increased circulation to all necessary organs, thus giving a feeling of a lighter healthier body which leads to increased attention to pleasure during sex.
    • • And Finally, Stronger muscles for improved ability to have sex in even more positions for new possibilities of pleasure.
    • Use your imagination and it can be done with the proper workout. The ability to challenge your woman in the bedroom

    Even a few minutes, or a few extra minutes, on a treadmill will increase your stamina and feelings of well-being, for example. So do not underestimate the importance of consistent practice in making your body feel good through motion, movement, and exercise.

    In all cases, you simply MUST understand that the health of every part of your body affects your sex drive in one way or another, so it is critically important that you not only take care of your sex drive directly, but your whole body as well and every part of it. It’s difficult to have amazing sex if some other part of your body is damaged, hurting, in pain, or otherwise not optimally healthy. The Most Effective Methods You Can Utilize To Improve Your Body

    Out of all of the methods available for healing, energizing, and powering up your body, often times the simplest and most overlooked solutions tend to be the most effective. First we’ll start with your breath, and then move on to more advanced

    techniques and solutions from there. Powerful Breathing Techniques

    First, before we get into exercises and other tricks, I always recommend starting with practicing more relaxing and engaging breathing techniques. This is because its so simple, takes zero time or effort, can be done RIGHT NOW, and creates a profoundly wonderful effect. Though breathing alone can be the topic of an entire book all by itself, here is an easy and incredibly effective way to breathe for better sex and health, so follow these directions:

    Stand Up. Close your Eyes.

    Focus your eyes at the center of your forehead or as close to that as you can WITHOUT straining. Tilt your head upwards slightly. Breathe slowly and deeply in through your nose, filling up the bottom of your stomach all the way up through your lungs. Fill up your whole body with your breathe. Hold this breath for 3 seconds. Exhale slowly through your nose again.

    Repeat this five times. Do not count how long it takes. Just relax and focus on the FEELING that this brings you.

    Breathing in this manner frees you up from the burden of focusing on yourself because it relaxes your whole mind and body, which then shifts your focus onto the whole experience of the pleasure of the sex itself and everything around you a€” including your partner.