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Some Health Hacks for Fighting Low Drive in Men

by John Dugan Owner

Most men deal with a waning sensual drive at some point in their life. There are plenty of reasons a man’s member is just not in the mood. It could be age, something physical, mental health-related, work issues, relationship issues, and several other life situations that seem just to shut down the lovemaking thrusters. But, have no fear! There are several ways a man can hack his junk to get it back up and working again. Here are 5 health hacks that can reverse low drive in men.

Hack #1: Find the root of the issue

This first hack is to avoid the apparent "hack," also known as popping a tablet for the problem. Find the root cause behind why low drive is going on, and go from there to find a solution. If the problem isn’t physical, it’s likely psychological. When a man pops a tablet, he doesn’t get down to the nitty-gritty of what’s going on. Also, it could be something that’s serious, and a little bit of low drive could be a warning sign of something bigger that needs attention.

Hack #2: Crunch the data

Anyone who’s hacked knows that data collection and analysis is where the magic happens. Collect the necessary data from medical tests and daily behaviors. Things like less than 7 hours of quality sleep each night, stress that is out of control, emotional issues, relationship problems, and even cheating can lead to low drive in men. Once you have all the data, a much clearer picture can unfold, and a man can find small tweaks and changes that could have him humming, "Let’s Get It On," ASAP.

Hack #3: Hold on the HIIT workouts and turn to strength training, instead

Low drive in men starts with the hormones and requires a fair amount of healthy blood pumping to bring a hard-on to life. HIIT workouts, while having some other benefits, cause the body to produce the hormone cortisol, also known as the stress hormone. Cortisol actually competes with androgen in the body, which is what powers drive. That competition means that, while your abs may be getting rock hard, your love muscle won’t be. It doesn’t mean you have to stop HIIT’ing it, just sprinkle in some other types of low-intensity and strength-building workouts, so the hormones stay happy and keep Mr. Happy that way, too.

Hack #4: Up those androgen levels the natural way

Since you know androgen is what fuels sensual drive, you know that you need to keep it pumping. If a man’s levels are low, then he may want to try adding more aromatase inhibitors to his diet. Aromatase converts androgen to estrogen in the body, which is what can kill sensual drive. By adding inhibitors like flax seeds, dietary fiber, and green tea, a man can preserve his androgen stores.

Hack #5: Freddie says Relax

What’s a sure-fire way to snuff out intimate time? Stress! Men who decrease stress increase their androgen levels. Find something that works for you. Some potential ideas are meditation, cooking, boxing, yoga, tai chi, breath work, artistic endeavors, and even a nice, relaxing bath. A gentle relaxing daily massage with a male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) is another excellent way to relax while also giving your member a little extra TLC. Not only will it reduce stress, but it also is a great way to deliver boner-boosting nutrients and vitamins right to the place it’s needed and keeps the member soft, smooth, and supple. Add a few of these stress-busters into your day, and you’ll ensure that your androgen tank is always full!

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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