1 – Eat Dark fruits like blackberries, bilberries, and elderberries. Even Blackberry Jam works. It’ll give your penis the rise and shine it depends on by attacking free radicals before they have the chance to lower nitric oxide levels.
2 – Quit smoking. Yep, sorry fellas, you already know that smoking causes Cancer and you still do it, but if I told you that it does in fact also cause impotence over time then maybe that might scare you into stopping. If you’ve been smoking for a long time and figure, ‘oh well too late.’ Think again. Any damage is usually reversed after you quit where sex is concerned. Quit smoking and start eating fish sticks as they contain Taurine which heals a smoke damaged penis.
3 – Be nicer to yourself. Less stress improves sex drive. Too much of it will not only kill you in the long run, but destroys your sex life. Force yourself to concentrate on each of your five senses for a few minutes every day—the feel of the steering wheel in your hands, the sound of the engine revving, the sight of someone hot in your eye line.
4 – Eat Dark Chocolate. A University of California at San Francisco study showed that those who ate a 1.6-ounce dark-chocolate bar each day increased their blood-vessel dilation by more than 10 percent.
5 – Lower your estrogen. Heavier men convert testosterone to estrogen, and a lower level of testosterone and a higher level of estrogen are not good for erectile function. Fortunately, even moderate weight loss can rid you of excess estrogen and put your sex life back on track. Of course too much testosterone can cause hair loss in some men, but look at it this way, at least those that are balding and yet fit, tend to have ferociously hot sex drives. : ) Get them in bed quick!
6 – Pelvic Exercises – Yep. Contract and relax your pelvic muscles anytime you’re sitting, although you can also do them lying down. Work up to doing 18 contractions daily, holding each one for 10 seconds.
7 – Check inside your medicine cabinet – Most likely you could be taking something that’s causing you a decreased sex drive. Many anti-depressants can be the cause of this. Of course don’t quit your anti-depressants until you’ve spoken to your doctor. Find out other alternatives. Maybe a lower dose on another prescription. Wellbutrin tends to be a good alternative for some. It’s not as strong of an anti-depressant, but many have found their sex drive increases! Also, not currently approved by the FDA in the United States for god knows whatever reason, but the rest of the world seems to be hip to the anti-depressant, “Moclobemide”, (sometimes sold as sold as Aurorix, Manerix), reportedly has no sexual side effects.