Problems arise when we indulge more than nature provide us to do. I can imagine your problem. However, i do require knowledge about your sexual nature- like number of affairs you had, and your age, kind of sex you prefer- normal or straight sex, oral, anal. What do you prefer more - love and romance, or physical pleasure? Also the food that you have mostly eaten. Also whether you feel enthusiastic (or i should rather put it this way- do you find it effortless) for mental activities like reading non-fiction or any mental activity that requires effort. Do you feel physically alert and active? Anyways, I might be able to help you, but this help cannot give you an oppertunity to indulge more. You do need to have a balanced lifestyle.View Thread
I am mentioning an exercise that might help you build stronger reproductive system (excluding the penis): Sit with spine straight, chest out and shoulders. Contract the anus, breathe in through your nose into your chest, breathe out through your mouth (as slow as you could, slower it is, better it is) and HOLD the OUT-BREATH for as long as you comfortably could (if you possibly could). Repeat this exercise 5-10 times, but don't strain it. Eat a small meal withing 1 hour after this exercise, consisting of complex carbohydrates(a single slice of brown bread), fats (preferably saturated)(a spoon of butter or olive oil), protein. Also have some multi-vitamin pill to complete the nutritional needs. This exercise won't work without food because it seems to me that there is an injury to the body part that resulted in such a functional disorder and not vice-versa.View Thread
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