As a male, it is important for you to fix common libido problems that you may be having. It isn't discussed enough in the media. But, men also can have low libidos as well. Whether the reason for the libido problem is age, health or psychological, don't be embarrassed. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to fix common libido problems. It just takes some time and often speaking to the right health care professional.
- Exercise regularly, including both aerobic and strength-training exercises. This can help with common libido problems such as performance anxiety and even impotence. Exercise promotes body confidence and that can help with performance anxiety. Also, it helps improve blood flow throughout the body which can prevent and treat impotence. Try to exercise five to six days per week.
- Explore your fantasies. Don't be shy. Explore your fantasies with your partner. It can be embarrassing at first but not doing so could lead to you short-changing yourself. Spend time watching your favorite pornographic movies. If you have a partner, get her some sexy lingerie or even role-playing outfits.
- Build the anticipation. Anticipating getting it on with your lady can get you hot and bothered. If you know that you will be getting it on later in the day, have little sexy moments throughout the day. Send her a dirty text message or a quick and sexy phone call. Getting you both excited and building the anticipation is sure to boost your libido.
- Seek medical attention. If you have a chronic libido problem, see a doctor. This is a medical condition, just like anything else. There is nothing to be ashamed of.
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