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Boost your libido and give her a night to remember

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Do as Frankie says
“Out of the 40% of people who claim to have sex more than three times a week, most are probably overestimating,” believes Dr Sarah Brewer, author of Increase Your Sex Drive. So, though you might think that everyone but you is at it like rabbits, this is unlikely to be the case. Often, adds Brewer, a decreased libido is simply the result of stress – and all you need to get back on tip-top form is to learn how to relax. Something as simple as taking a bath can significantly lower the cortisol (the stress-inducing hormone) levels in your body.

Sexy supplementation
Another way to give your sex drive a bit of a hike, explains Brewer, is to get your hands on supplements which can boost nutrients your body may be lacking. “Evening Primrose Oil is especially good; it contains the building blocks for your sex drive that 80% of us are deficient in.” Specifically the plant oil contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), an essential fatty acid (EFA) in the omega-6 family that cannot be made in the body. This EFA’s needed for maintenance of the reproductive processes, as well as normal brain function, growth and development and regulation of metabolism.

Ginseng supplements may also work. “Not only do they have properties which help the body adapt to stress, they can also have aphrodisiac benefits,” says Brewer. A standard multi-vitamin supplement with added minerals is also a good idea. Try Holland & Barrett‘s ABC Plus (£4.99 for 100).

Know your cycles
Though they’re not so pronounced as in women, hormone cycles also occur in men. Levels of testosterone, for instance, vary throughout the month. This may be due to a throwback evolutionary pressure on men to raise and subdue sexual activity in harmony with female fertility. Sex therapist Suzie Hayman suggests you look for patterns. “There may be an unconscious response to your partner’s sexual state and this can, unfortunately, be completely out of sync.” She recommends charting arousal states for both you and your partner over a few months. That way you can work out when in her cycle to get her on top of the washing machine.

It’s the supplement that boosts your body, mind and wellbeing. Follow the MH guide to wolfing down your recommended daily allowance of nature’s finest – and most fun – pick-me-up

Available today, a regular intake of this health-giving nutrient will change your life. It’s the best thing out there for a man who wants to protect himself from cancer, heart attacks, stress and more. If you want to feel physically better, mentally stronger and have a jolly good time while you do so, then this supplement is for you. It’s not new, and don’t worry, it’s not a scam – it’s called sex. It’s free (usually) and you can start your course of treatment whenever you feel like it. Which, Mouithsone Magazine advises, should be as soon as the object of your affection agrees to administer the relevant prescription.

The positive benefits of this truly miraculous health supplement depend upon how often you take it. From once a week to every day, here’s how many servings you need and, because we know you want only the best results, which foods work best with the supplement to both magnify its effects and make sex as enjoyable as possible. Always store in a safe place (and keep out of the reach of children).

Strip away stress
Dosage 1 serving per week
Information A single dose of sex during the week will release an effective amount of the stress-relieving hormone oxytocin. According to research conducted at the University of Paisley in Scotland, this level of oxytocin results in decreased blood pressure during stressful situations such as public speaking.

Directions Best taken early in the day to reduce anxiety during waking hours. The dosage of oxytocin will still be effective in the evening, but be careful: the hormone will also cause drowsiness if you are physically fatigued and can lead to unexpected – and even spontaneous – sleep.

Warning Do not try to administer this supplement on your own. Oxytocin release is only triggered by penetrative sex. Best taken with greens All green vegetables are extremely rich in magnesium, a deficiency of which, according to a study published in the journal Neuropharmacology, encourages the firing of the human stress response. The folic acid in leafy vegetables, especially kale and spinach, also increases histamine production in women and therefore her ability to achieve orgasm. So you can calm down while she’s getting excited.

Pump your heart
Dosage 2 servings per week
Information As far as your cardiovascular health goes, the term ‘horizontal jogging’ is no joke. A study of a thousand users over a 16-year-period at the New England Research Institute in Massachusetts proved that sex twice weekly reduces your risk of life-threatening heart conditions by 45% compared with those on a dosage of sex once a month or less.

Directions Split your two recommended servings over the course of the week for best results. Going beyond the emotional factors attached to being in an intimate relationship (because, if you’re honest, it’s quite nice), your heart will benefit from the prolonged cardiovascular exercise that sexual activity provides.

Best taken with bananas A single banana provides energy, and also delivers a dose of the B vitamins your body requires to synthesise this energy effectively, improving both sexual stamina and muscular endurance during your exertions. High levels of potassium will improve the function of all muscles, including your heart’s ability to contract efficiently, says the American Heart Association. Therefore assisting normal, rhythmic pumping.

Use sexual healing
Dosage 3 servings per week
Information Three bouts of sex per week boosts your immune system’s ability to identify and stave off illness by 30%. Research at Wilkes University in the US has shown that sex two-to-three times every seven days prompted the largest jump in production of Immunoglobin A – antibodies which help fight off the common cold and influenza.

Directions Only use in a safe environment. While the tri-weekly dosage will help to build up your immunity, academics at the University of San Francisco have confirmed that sexually active men are more exposed to infectious agents, making them more susceptible to illness in the first place.

Best taken with pomegranate This fruit is extremely high in antioxidants, which protect the lining of your blood vessels to stimulate blood flow and enhance genital sensitivity. The oil in the seeds bolsters your defences against sickness by strengthening your immune system.

Stay the course
Dosage 4 servings per week
Information Practice makes perfect. The results of a five-year study of 1,000 Finnish men in the American Journal of Medicine show that men who have sex at least four times a week reported 50% less incidence of even the most mild erectile dysfunction than participants on a once-a- week programme.

Directions Take your supplement first thing in the morning. In the same study, it was discovered that a lack of morning erections was one of the key signifiers of developing erectile dysfunction: men with only one occurrence of morning glory per week are more likely to develop a dysfunction.
Important Always finish the course. Even if you have missed a dose earlier in the week, the desired 50% boost to your erectile strength requires the full recommended amount be administered.

Best taken with ginseng The traditional libido root has some modern scientific backing, with the Yonsei University College of Medicine’s department of urology finding it to be of equal effectiveness in stimulating healthy erections as PDE5 inhibitors used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Take one 100-200mg tablet per day.

Recapture youth
Dosage 5 servings per week
Information As the old saying sort of goes: you’re only as old as how often you feel a woman. Or, more accurately, participants in a University of Pittsburgh study estimated the ages of people who averaged sex over four times a week, guessing them on average to be 12 years younger than their actual ages. The research states that the regular release of testosterone benefits your appearance by increasing the skin’s elasticity.
Directions Take this supplement in conjunction with a regime of regular exercise for double the results.

Testosterone naturally improves your muscle’s ability to synthesise protein, thereby magnifying muscular growth from your gym sessions. You read that correctly: having more sex will keep you looking younger and maximise your workout gains. As the saying absolutely goes: it’s a win-win situation.

Best taken with avocado The abundance of the nutrient lutein in the fruit strengthens cellular structures, helping to prevent macular degeneration, or the cellular decay associated with visible signs of ageing. Vitamin B6 also further assists with yet more male hormone production. A fruitful investment all round.

Love losing weight
Dosage 6 servings per week
Information A one-month course of sex six times a week is enough to effortlessly burn off 0.5kg of fat. If maintained for a year, this dosage will make you 6kg slimmer and an almost unquantifiable percentage happier.
Directions Suitable for anyone wanting to burn 144 calories every half an hour while spiking your heart rate from 70bpm to 150bpm – close to the training intensity levels maintained by an elite athlete. Which you are, of course.

Please note Should be taken in addition to, rather than as a replacement of, regular exercise for the full fat-burning effect.

Best taken with asparagus At four calories per spear and one of the most nutrient-dense vegetables out there, asparagus should always be one of your five-a-day. For your partner, its Vitamin E aids testosterone, oestrogen and progesterone production, stimulating sexual responses such as clitoral swelling and vaginal lubrication.

Screw the big C
Dosage 7 servings per week
Information When it comes to cancer, always use protection. According to the British Journal of Urology International, men who ejaculate seven times a week see an incredible 33% reduction in their risk of prostate cancer, compared to those on a less regular dose of sex. It’s the sort of prescription you’ve been waiting for.
Directions Take this supplement once a day, every day until further notice. If you happen to miss a serving, take a double dose on the following day. However, you should feel free to exceed the daily recommended intake whenever the opportunity presents itself. After all, it would be rude not to.

Best taken with watermelon If you desire the cancer-proofing effects of this dosage, the most important thing is getting it consistently. The phytonutrient citrulline in the flesh of watermelon prompts the uptake of nitric oxide, causing increased circulation. As a result, you will become more aroused, more quickly, giving you plenty of time to enjoy your new favourite supplement.

Don’t forget to answer some of our questions at Mouithsone Magazine website: Questions & Answers

My prescription: sex!

Few days ago, I got this email from my doctors, in response to one our my previous complain related to sex problems.

Hell Chanel,

I understand your frustration, and I must say that a romp in the sack can improve short-term brain function and long-term psychological health, thanks to the release of pleasure hormones, say British researchers. And I also want you to rest assure that the benefits don’t stop there. Having sex with Jason twice a week will:

  • Bolster your immune system

You may also experience a spike in immunoglobulin A, an antibody that can fight off respiratory and stomach infections.

  • Cut your prostate cancer risk.

The more you ejaculate, the more carcinogens you’ll flush out of your sex gland, say Australian researchers.
Halve your risk of fatal heart attack

Having sex twice per week will also causes a surge in testosterone, a hormone that helps protect both hearts from stress.

  • Sex twice per week will ignite your fat burners

During a passionate bout of sex, you’ll both use 143 muscles and torch as many kilojoules as during a 15-minute jog.

  • De-stress your mind

After orgasm, your body releases oxytocin, a hormone that acts as a natural anti-anxiety drug.

Two days ago, I had a coffee with a friend of mine, and during the time, he ends up sharing with me his struggles with PE (premature ejaculation) ” I’ve always hide my head in shame when people make jokes about Tommy-two-strokes and 30-second lovers, says James.” It shocked be a bit to see a good looking guys to undergo such torture. The I said, you don’t have to feel helpless.

Last year, I found some studies at Mouithsone.com, this studies found that the use of drugs can help you make the loving last.

The studies published at Mouithsone.com in the sexual section, used either serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) or phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) against placebo groups and have shown positive results in delaying your ejaculation.

The drugs increase your intravaginal ejaculatory latency time (IELT), which measures the time from popping in your head until it is spent. This was crudely measured by James or his women using a stop watch to track his progress.

Nothing soothes the paranoia of a sexual time challenge quite like a dissatisfied woman with a clock…

But despite the positive timeliness, not everyone is praising the study because it fails to consider other factors on the diagnostic criteria. The International Society of Sexual Medicine included lack of control over ejaculation as well as distress from spilling your beans too quickly.

Other studies in premature ejaculation suggest the issue needs to be understood holistically.

Focus should be given to relationship, psychological, psycho-behavioural and cultural factors as well as the physiological woes that could limit your loving.

Doctors David Rowland and Stewart Cooper, who conducted the study, said the best treatment is a combination of medication and psychosexual therapy to improve your relationship with your partner.

I wish you all the best in your sex life.

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Friday Night Lights star Mouithsone Magazine reveals the secrets of their upcoming magazine issue.

4 tricks that will make you a better lover.

Mouithsone Magazine says: Pamper her

“While she’s catching up on True Blood, reach over and give her a fingertip massage on the back of her scalp,” says Mouithsone’s Experts. “It feels amazing—I think that’s why women go to the hair salon so often.” And remember, you’re doing it for her: “Guys think that if they give massages, they’ll get something in return. Just do it to be nice, and she’ll reciprocate more often.”

Mouithsone Magazine Says: Relish her body

Spend time naked outside the bedroom. “There’s something sexy about being able to appreciate her body for everything it does, not just as a sex object,” says Mouithsone’s Experts. “Eating dinner—a very sensual activity in itself—could be even more exciting naked.”

Mouithsone Magazine Says: Admire her Zumba butt

“Saying, ‘You look really fit’ is sexier than, ‘Wow, you’ve got a nice rack,’” says Mouithsone’s Experts. “When a guy compliments something you’ve worked for—and I spend a lot of time trying to make my body a machine—it’s a confidence booster.” Your magic word: “‘Toned.’ That says I look buff, without giving it a masculine connotation.”

Mouithsone Magazine Says: Forget spooning

After sex, lie on your back and let her rest on top. “That skin-to-skin contact is a bit electrifying,” says Mouithsone’s Experts. “A guy’s chest feels so masculine, so it makes me feel very feminine.”

My man has admired, explored, stroked, cupped, and caressed my body since he was first able to get away with it. But I believe he can still learn.

I wish he could teach me to enjoy my body as much as he does.

I WISH HE COULD ADORE MY BUTT

I wish he grabs my butt during sex or when no one’s looking. It’s my least favorite body part, I wish he tells me he loves it, so I could like it more.

In bed, I wish he could start by kissing his way down me spine while gently caressing my butt with your fingertips. When your lips reach her cheeks, kiss and nibble softly, and firmly knead her buns. Attention is flattering.

I WISH NEVER FORGETS MY FEET

I wish he could playing with the arch of my foot,giving me an absolute orgasm.

Foot-play can make a so-so session stellar. The part of the brain that processes sensory input for the feet is right next to the part that processes genital stimulation. For some women, there may be some sort of cross wiring between these two parts of the brain. Even if her nerves aren’t entangled, playing with her piggies is worthwhile: Mouithsone Magazine posted a 2010 Korean study found that couples who exchanged foot massages twice a week fought less and communicated better than less touchy couples.

I WISH HE COULD BE (GENTLY) ROUGH

I like it when me makes me feel weak, even if I’m stronger than him at times.

That coquettish grin might be an act. The dance of playing hard to get can make me seem more timid than I’m. Once I’m aroused, my threshold for pain increases—and I may want you to bite, fling, and spank. My man complain that I’m timid in handling his penis because I did not want to hurt it. Same goes with my body. I wish he could be aggressive in his delivery, but sensitive to my needs. And try the take-control move I secretly craves: 46 percent said pinning me down on the bed is the aggressive move most likely to flick my switch. Take those odds.

MY DEEPER MYSTERIES . . .

During penetration, his penis inflates my vaginal wall, and his thrusting stretches out the internal legs of my clitoris (from about 10 millimeters in length to 20 millimeters). This exerts pressure against my vaginal wall and may stimulate my G-spot. The best (and hottest!) positions for exciting my G-spot: me on top, or entry from behind.

I LIKES TO WATCH

I like to look at his penis when we make love.

Notice I did not say “your huge penis.” Women rate extremely long penises as less attractive than those of a more average length, according to a 2010 study in the Archives of Sexual Behavior I found at Mouithsone Magazine. Seeing men in action is what excites women. Penises are sexy to women, who are visual creatures, too. In fact, both sexes are turned on more by sight than by other senses. Toss the covers aside or place a mirror beside the bed to give her a better view.