The breadth of available boner-boosting supplements is formidable—you can even go to a gas station and pick up something that promises to help your erection rise to the occasion. Short of turning to prescription meds like the real Viagra or Cialis, is anything over-the-counter safe—and effective—for your sex life? Surprisingly, yes. These three picks may help enhance your sex life, and more importantly, potentially increase your overall wellness, too.
3 Surprising Supplements That Might Actually Boost Your Sex Life
L-Histidine 60 capsules/28,45€| Precursor that contributes to female orgasm
Over the past 25 years of practice I have lost count of the number of patients, both men and women, who have asked if herbs can help with the problems that they are experiencing in the bedroom. We can accept that our knees might be a bit stiffer, our back gets sore in bed, or our hair starts going grey, but the great unspoken fact is that these are not the only bits that start to show signs of age. Men and women are affected differently but both should understand what is happening in each of the sexes. The subject often hits the press, but what often goes unreported is that even taking HRT cannot stop the ageing process, because we all inevitably age and change. Of course, the ageing process affects men just as much as women and again there are pills Viagra and Cialis that can help. However, simply relying on pills to correct all your health problems is a very short term approach to health. Health is complex and multi-layered and, just like a garden, we need to tend the soil properly, make sure the correct nutrients are there and that the right amount of attention is paid to the small details that all slot together to make the bigger picture.
FH40 In Stock. Net weight: L-histidine is an essential amino acid that if not produced by the body can only be supplied through diet or by taking foody supplements. Through its vasodilatory action, histidine helps to boost female libido.
Delayed orgasm and anorgasmia are associated with significant sexual dissatisfaction. A focused medical history can shed light on the potential etiologies; which include: medications, penile sensation loss, endocrinopathies, penile hyperstimulation and psychological etiologies, amongst others. Delayed orgasm DO and anorgasmia AO have been described as one end of a spectrum of orgasm timing disorders with the other end being premature ejaculation 1.