Sex Tips For Men

Men’s Health: Sex Tips


Premature ejaculation (PE) occurs in people of all ages, races and educational levels. But not to the same degree according to a literature review from the Australian Center for Sexual Health in Sydney. Culture and psychological factors influence who develops this sexual problem. PE is most prevalent in men aged 18-40. It is less of a problem for men in their 40’s, but increases again in men aged 50-59. The problem is more serious in men who are divorced, separated or widowed than in men who are married. Lack of education is a strong risk factor for PE: college graduates are 35% less likely to suffer from the problem than high school dropouts. Factors increasing the risk of premature ejaculation include past history of sexually transmitted diseases or urinary tract infections, poor health, emotional stress, loss of income, pas history of same-sex activity, history of sexual harassment and childhood abuse. Factors decreasing the risk include daily alcohol consumption, circumcision and greater sexual experience. Men with strict religious backgrounds who view sex as a sin or lack attraction to their partner also have an increased risk of PE. Treatment options include psychological counseling, increased sexual experience and anti-depression medication. Also a  legal steroid   testosterone booster will help with erections and libido.


Finasteride, sold as Proscar and Propecia, is widely used to treat mail pattern baldness. A study found that finasteride promoted erectile dysfunction and decreased sex drive for as long as one year after men stopped taking the drug. The data on finasteride is particularly interesting to bodybuilders who take anabolic steroids and sometimes have problems with hair loss. Finasteride decreases the DHT (dihydrotsestosterone levels) but causes large increases in estrogen. DHT does not influence muscle hypertrophy, but it affects the brain and sex organs and can influence athletic performance. Using finasteride to prevent hair loss might have negative sexual consequences like erectile dysfunction for men. Taking an anabolic like legal steroid to boost testosterone will counteract the negative sexual consequences of taking the anti baldness medicine.

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