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Why Most Married Men Have Low Libido

John Gray

There are many causes for low libido in men. It is directly related to lower testosterone levels and higher estrogen levels. Much of the foods we eat is pumped with estrogen hormones to encourage growth. However when men add estrogen to their bodies, their testosterone levels decrease and their libido goes with it. This has led many older men to take prescribed testosterone pills, injections, creams, etc. to keep their strength and libido up. Sadly, most never do their research to understand the side effects and the natural alternatives to prescribed testosterone.

Another cause for low libido in men is marriage. Sounds crazy but, in this video, I explain much of the feelings men associate with sex, marriage and long-term relationships.
 


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  • ebethea27703
     9/12/2014 9:32:30 AM
    Hello, This video on Male Libido was great. I have a question. You talk about taking the super food shake in addition to Vitamin C and grape seed extract. I see you have two super food shakes. Which one do I take? Super Foods Shake for Men with Undenatured Whey Protein or Super Minerals for Men with Lithium Orotate?
  • ebethea27703
     9/12/2014 9:32:29 AM
    Hello, This video on Male Libido was great. I have a question. You talk about taking the super food shake in addition to Vitamin C and grape seed extract. I see you have two super food shakes. Which one do I take? Super Foods Shake for Men with Undenatured Whey Protein or Super Minerals for Men with Lithium Orotate?
  • Anna
     3/24/2014 5:49:35 AM
    Hi John, first of all: a seminar of yours I heard maybe 2 years ago, and some of the other info I got from you and Lauren, have changed my life! After 2 failed marriages and a few other heartbreaks, now I am in a wonderful relationship, so THANK YOU SO MUCH for everything so far!!! And now my question to this subject here: What about when a man is indeed enjoying sex but is not able to come at the end? My guy is in his 50s, I am in my 40s and we pretty much skipped the usual "love is blind" and "everything about sex" craziness and such in the beginning, it's been rather an upgraded version of romance with trust, respect, responsibility and mutual support and care, from the first moments. We are together since 3 months only and it is still mostly just the weekends, for reasons of logistics, but it already almost feels like we have all the best qualities of a nice, loving, long-term relationship - just as you would describe a good marriage. Sex is wonderful, and recently, in the last maybe 3 weeks it's happening that we have sex and both of us enjoy it (in fact, I never enjoyed sex as much as I do with him) but he can't arrive to the finish line. He wouldn't ask for a handjob, blowjob or anything else I could do for him, only that I wouldn't worry about it - he likes to work out things on his own. So I just try to do my best and make him feel relaxed and boost his self-confidence. I am not faking encouragement, I truly think he is fantastic, but he likes everything to be perfect and therefore regards himself a bit differently and always thriving to perform better, which probably puts some stress on him. Apart from that this might be a cause of him occasionally not being able to orgasm, what might be other factors causing it, and what could we do about it? Thanks in advance!...


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