Fast Acting Sex Pills For Men That Are Proven to Increase Libido

There are of course fast acting sex pills that are prescription drugs – but they do nothing to increase desire (just help you get an erection) and come with serious side affects. You can however get fast acting, natural sex pills that are proven to work.

Herbal libido enhancers can work quickly and the common causes of low libido by boosting energy, nitric oxide levels (which are critical to the erection process), improving blood circulation and giving a boost to testosterone.

Some of the popular herbs used include:

Horny Goat Weed

Horny goat weed contains a variety of flavonoids. One of these is icariin, which is a cGMP-specific PDE5 inhibitor and acts just like synthetic drugs. During sexual excitement, an erection needs nitric oxide released to allow, the vessels to relax and blood to flood in. You need it!

If you don’t get enough you won’t get an erection – period.

It declines with age and is a common cause of loss of libido and Horny Goat Weed tops it up.

It also helps increase testosterone within the body and finally, it acts to increase energy levels and decrease stress.

Horny Goat Weed is one of the best natural herbs to increase libido on the planet and when combined with the herbs below, you have a potent cocktail for higher sex drive.

Cnidium

Another herb that also helps with nitric oxide realize is Cnidium. It also helps promote strong better blood circulation around the body and to the genital areas.

Ginseng

Stimulates the part of the brain known as the hypothalamus and directs production of hormones which stimulate cell growth and healing in the sex organs. It also promotes better blood circulation within the body and particularly improves circulation to the extremities. Healthy, strong blood circulation is critical to getting a strong erection.

Medical testing has found Ginseng promotes natural and increased testosterone levels, as well as the number and motility of sperm cells.

Schizandra Berries

This powerful natural sex enhancer for centuries in China and while not that well known in the west, it’s a powerful libido rejuvenator – increasing sexual stamina and strengthening the sex organs.
It also helps fight fatigue and stress, so you feel in the mood for sex.

The above cocktail if delivered to the body in significant quantities, increases energy, stamina, lifts testosterone and nitric oxide levels and finally, gets the blood pumping.

All this is good for your overall health, as well as sexual health and its all done naturally with no side affects.

Fast acting sex pills work and they can be naturally based and not synthetic and for most people without serious illness, they will lift and rejuvenate libido and improve desire.

Safe Sex is Important

Safe sex also known as safer sex is a way to protect and prevent you from the possibility of catching HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Safe sex means not allowing body fluids- blood, semen, vaginal fluids- into your body from one partner to the other.

Although safe sex doesn’t guarantee that you will not catch HIV, but it reduces the risk enormously.

The only way for not getting the sexually transmitted diseases (STD) is abstinence that is having no sex at all. But this is not possible and you cannot refrain from involving into sexual activity therefore safe sex becomes important. Some STDs can be treated but there is no cure for many of them. HIV and Hepatitis B have serious effects on the people affected by it. AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) is caused by HIV infection (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). A person who has been infected with HIV is an HIV positive (HIV+) otherwise he or she is known as being HIV negative (HIV-). AIDS and HIV are incurable. Safe sex is the only way to protect from such incurable diseases. HIV virus is transmitted through body fluids including blood, ejaculate (cum), pre-ejaculate (pre-cum) and female genital fluids (both vaginal and cervical fluid). Therefore it is necessary to take precautions and keep yourself protected from the virus as well as protecting your partners. Going for sex without the use of condom carries the highest risk of getting the sex diseases.

Safe sex also means avoiding contact with your partner’s infected body parts such as herpes sores or warts. Although oral sex is considered safe yet there is risk involved if one of the partner’s has gum problems. Bleeding gums and other teeth diseases can get you close to STDs. Herpes has been said to be transmitted from genitals to mouth and mouth to genitals. You may also have cut or sores in your mouth that could cause harm. Oral sex is much less risky than anal or vaginal sex.

Sexually transmitted diseases can be caused if a person has multiple sex partners. If a person has sex with an STD or HIV infected person or has sex with a person who has multiple sex partners.

To protect you from sexually transmitted diseases you should have safe sex. For that the use of condoms is the safest method. Condoms guarantees 90% safety if used properly. Whatever type of sexual activity you are involved in it is important to play safe and prevent yourself from unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

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Sex Addiction – Is It Really a Disease?

Perhaps you have heard about sex addiction but don’t know too much about it. People hear about different stereotypes that fit the disease and many assume it’s a made up disease that perverts or overly sexual people use as an excuse for their behavior. But, NO! Sex addiction is a real, recognized medical condition that has only come to light in recent years within the psychological and medical profession.

Another reason many people don’t know much about the disease is because most addicts don’t freely talk about sexual disorders. They are either too embarrassed, uncomfortable or ignorant about the topic to discuss it openly with family, friends, or others. As a result, there are many misconceptions and stereotypes about sex addiction that are completely untrue.

When someone hears the term sex addict… Many different thoughts come… Are they thinking about the person who kidnaps and rapes children, the spouse who has multiple affairs, the person who exposes themselves or peeps in windows… or is the person who views pornography at work, or stays online for hours on end… or is the person who has sex with underage partners… or is the “pervert” in the raincoat with the long beard who lives in the scary house at the end of the street… And the example go on… There are so many misconceptions of the term sex addiction.

The National Council on Sex Addiction and Compulsive defines sexual addiction as the “engaging in persistent and escalating patterns of sexual behavior acted out despite increasing negative consequences to self and others.” Essentially, this means that addicts are so strongly compelled to carry out their addictive behaviors they are willing to risk their:

Health
Relationships
Financial well-being
Employment
Freedom
and in some cases criminal charges.

This disease is much more than someone using it as an excuse for reckless sexual activities. It is a disease, much like alcohol or drug addiction.

In fact, clinicians and researchers have defined the disorder based on criteria used for chemical dependency literature. According to Psych Central, these criteria include the following:

— Frequently engaging in more sex with more partners than intended

— Being preoccupied with or persistently craving sex; wanting to cut down and unsuccessfully attempting to limit sexual activity.

— Thinking of sex to the detriment of other activities or continually engaging in excessive sexual practices despite a desire to stop.

— Spending considerable time in activities related to sex, such as cruising for partners or spending hours online visiting pornographic websites.

— Neglecting obligations such as work, school or family in pursuit of sex.

— Continually engaging in the sexual behavior despite negative consequences, such as broken relationships or potential health risks.

— Escalating scope or frequency of sexual activity to achieve a desired effect, such as more frequent visits to prostitutes or more sex partners.

— Feeling irritable when unable to engage in the desired behavior.

As you can see, all of the criteria focus on repetitive activities that are carried out continually by the sex addict. The nature of the activities also is defined by escalation, which is also typical of any addiction. Professionals feel that if a person engages in three or more of the above criteria for a period of at least six months that they are a suffering from sex addiction.

The American Psychiatric Association has issued its own set of preliminary criteria for what they call “Hypersexual Disorder.” Essentially, it is another term for sexual addiction. The symptoms are similar to the above criteria and can be used by medical professionals to help identify sex addiction in people who are seeking help or are in desperate need of care.

It is important that the level of awareness about sexual addiction increases among the general public because there are myriad people suffering from this disease in silence. If it were better understood, addicts would feel more comfortable to come forward and seek treatment. As it is right now, addicts are often ashamed, embarrassed and afraid of how people would react to their sex addiction.