Are you making this deadly late night mistake?

This 1 thing is increasing heart attack risks in men

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—-Important Message From Aaron Wilcoxx—-

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Hey, Aaron here, and I’m always encouraging couples who have been together for a while to try something new…

Because when we experience the same kind of O’s over and over again, our bodies get used to it…

So it stops feeling as good, it loses some of the intensity and power it once had.

Fortunately it’s so easy to fix — you just introduce one single change…

I often suggest this one special technique that triggers such intense pleasure in a woman…

…that she starts shuddering uncontrollably and squirting juices all over the place…

When she’s squirting, you know that you’re doing it right!

And when you trigger this kind of response from her, you’re going to love how confident it makes you feel…

And even more, you’re going to love how slick and warm and wet she is when you slip inside!

Just copy this one technique — there are no books to read, no long reports… just step-by-step instructions for using this special squirting technique


Are you making this deadly late night mistake?

Late night TV, binge watching Netflix, scrolling through social media…

These are all things that people often do late at night.

Sometimes it’s a regular thing, and sometimes it’s just once in a while.

But there’s a problem…

If you are staying up late and not getting quality sleep every night, you are actively damaging your health and potentially shortening your life.

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I know that’s blunt, but it’s also true.

In a study from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center…

…researchers showed that having irregular sleep patterns increased the risk of stiffening of the arteries.

Sleep irregularity — chronically disrupted sleep and highly variable sleep durations night after night — may increase the risk for atherosclerosis, according to a new study

Stiffening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) is a HUGE health risk and can cause strokes, aneurysms, blood clots, and heart attacks.

Atherosclerosis is thickening or ‘stiffening’ of the arteries caused by a buildup of plaque in the inner lining of an artery.

This study included just over 2,000 people, and found that participants who had greater IRREGULARITY in their sleep duration…

…were also more likely to have problems with their cardiovascular system.

When monitored over a seven-day period, participants with greater irregularity in their sleep duration were more likely to have a higher burden of coronary artery calcium, more plaque in their carotid arteries, and greater systemic atherosclerosis and stiffness in their blood vessels, commonly referred to as “‘stiffening’ of the arteries.”

This is interesting, because many studies focus on sleep duration.

Humans need about 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night.

This study, on the other hand, focused on sleep regularity, or maintaining the same sleep patterns over time.

The researchers are suggesting that regular sleep habits can help prevent cardiovascular disease.

“These results suggest that maintaining regular or habitual sleep durations, or sleeping close to the same total amount of time each night, may play an important role in preventing cardiovascular disease,” said Full, a former postdoctoral fellow at the University of Minnesota who joined the Vanderbilt faculty last year as assistant professor of Medicine in the Division of Epidemiology.

I’m not saying that you have to go to sleep and wake up at the exact same time every day…

…but it is probably a good idea to maintain some kind of sleep schedule that is fairly consistent.

Your circadian rhythms that regulate when you sleep also regulate many other functions in your body…

…including heart rate, blood pressure, and more.

Disruption of the body’s circadian rhythm may be the link between disrupted sleep and cardiovascular disease. “Almost all major cardiovascular functions, including heart rate, blood pressure, vascular tone, and endothelial functions, are regulated by circadian clock genes,” the researchers reported.

If you want to be healthy and live a long time (like I do), it’s important to pay attention to your sleep habits.

Most of the time getting a good night’s sleep is a choice of creating what is commonly referred to as good sleep hygiene.

Some people do have real insomnia, but most people who don’t get enough sleep just stay up too late.

Start looking at your habits around sleep and gradually change them until you are getting better sleep in a more regular pattern.

Your body will thank you for it.

—-Important Message for Guys Who Feel Tired All the Time—-

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The reason this works so well is because it works in 2 ways…

  1. Raises brain blood sugar — reducing fatigue and increasing your ability to feel more sexual pleasure


  1. Boosts natural testosterone production which increases stamina and lasting power

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.,activity%2C%20and%20eating%20saturated%20fats