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Elvis has Left the Building - Singing the Blues about Impotence?

Everything is just peachy until one day you realize that your little soldier refuses to salute. You can't raise the flag. The gopher won't come out to see its shadow. The weasel is . . . well, you get the point. The first time you just shrug it off as fatigue. Maybe you had too much to drink. “Stress. It's gotta be stress.” “Am I getting old? Is there something wrong with me?” After a few experiences with this dilemma, you realize something is indeed wrong.
There are plenty of reasons why impotence occurs. For the most part, diet has a lot to do with it. Junk food and high amounts of fat can really slow down the body's metabolism and its functions. Any number of medications may also have impotence as a side effect. Of course, narcotics and other drugs are especially notorious for taking the wind out of your sails. (They should really emphasize that more to kids during drug education, huh?) It could also be age. You're a little older now and your body just wasn't the love machine it used to be. Ask Hugh Heffner. But one of the most common and least known causes of impotence just might be sexual exhaustion.

The term "Sexual Exhaustion" may be a new one to some. Encompassing both intercourse as well as masturbation, the idea behind it is the body being unable to keep up with the demands forced upon it. Let's put it this way. Most people work out nowadays in this health-conscious world of ours. On top of eating better, they exercise two to four times a week. Why not work out every day? It's because they know the body needs to rest in between periods of exertion; both for the muscles to recover from the stress of exercise as well as to allow lost nutrients and hormones to be replenished.

Having sex and jerking off may not be like a workout at the gym, but it does put an amount of stress on your body's resources. Masturbation and consequent orgasm depletes the brain and spinal fluids of acetylcholine, dopamine, and serotonin and the hormones such as hGH, DHEA, testosterone, thyroxine (T4) and Triiodothyronine (T3), neurotransmitters that are responsible for human functioning and very important when it comes to sex. This deficiency melts the brain’s acetylcholine/parasympathetic, dopamine, and serotonin nervous functions and your endocrine functions. The damage results in the symptoms of bladder and prostate problems -- frequent urination, incontinency, semen leakage, enlarged prostate, etc.

In this modern age of fast food, fast cars, and fast women, we want things -- now! Everything should be able to fit in a tidy, little to-go box. We've even gotten to the point where a tiny blue pill can solve impotence. If the quick fix is what you're looking for, then by all means -- head to the doctor and get your prescription. But if you're looking for a more permanent solution and ways to keep sexually fit, take the time to research any one of the multitude of herbal remedies that are available – formulas that are time-tested and proven to be effective! Soon, you won’t be nuthin’ but a Hound Dog – lookin’ for the ladies with new found confidence!

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