Testosterone which is present in both men and women affects the behavior and overall well-being of an individual. The amount of testosterone produced by men is approximately 50% more than what is produced by women. Testosterone levels have a direct impact on a personís sex drive, physical stamina and mental alertness.
Eating healthy foods like fruits and vegetables is one good way boosting testosterone production. There are some foods that
Just to making a note that today was the first day that I started with supplements:
tribulus 3 daily
l-arginine 1 daily
zinc 1 daily
I also take gingko biloba, twice daily...been using this for some time though
Originally Posted by CooperTrooper
Hey guys, thought I'd share my story to inspire some of you people starting here such as myself. I've always seen myself as having a "small dick" and being less than normal...overweight, speech impediment, "tiny" testicles etc. Throughout highschool, I was addicted to hardcore porn and I would have the lowest EQ I could have ever imagined...sometimes masturbated up to 4 times per day. I never thought I would get anywhere in life until I found the woman of my dreams. Like any
I finished my first week at the end of last week, and while I had no gains in size, I definitely noticed an improvement in performance. I wasn't expecting to see any size gains, so I was comfortable with not seeing any, but, the improvement in performance was very surprising. I have always had a good EQ and thought I had good control of when I came, but I had a noticeable increase in stamina and staying power on the weekend. My girl noticed it and was very happy (it was mentioned several times).
First week of PE done, second week started this morning. I've made the shift to the JP90 beginner's program, which is great fun. No sign of any changes, but I'm realistic enough to know that this will take time, especially for me. The reason I say this is that I have low bodyfat levels (so not much gain from loss of fat pad) and I already get hard as a rock (so not much change due to improved EQ). My view is that patient and persistence will pay off.
Reading a lot of the posts this