Men raving about this biofeedback method for fixing ED

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Men raving about this biofeedback method for fixing ED

It was glorious.

The sun just started glowing over the horizon and the birds were singing in an early morning orchestra of chirps and whistles.

I love being outside – it can be in the early morning or anytime I need to think and come up with new ideas.

Being outside relaxes me and helps my brain to function better, so that I can serve YOU more effectively.

I’m not the only one this works for. When the human brain is more relaxed, it’s better able to take in information and make better decisions.

It’s a good thing to know if you are faced with difficult decision-making or the need to take in complicated or emotionally charged information.


Information bounces off your brain when you are stressed.

If you go to your doc and say that you’re really stressed out or having a hard time focusing, the doc is likely to prescribe you Big Pharma meds.

Now, I’m not 100% against Big Pharma meds – they can have their uses…

Although I really dislike the amount of “maintenance meds” people get stuck on for life.

And I think in this situation there are other things the doctor should be telling you to do first.

For example, this study shows that if you are having trouble focusing it can often be linked to stress or feeling “intense negative emotions.”

You’ve probably experienced this.

When you start having to deal with difficult or challenging information, your brain may just “gloss over” important details.

This study was done with people trying to deal with negative medical information.

The researchers found that, when people had an intense negative emotional experience, new information bounced off their brains.

Koji Takahashi, a psychology graduate student and study’s lead author:

“An intense negative emotion can lead to a patient to focus on only one or two pieces of information and gloss over other important details from health messages…”

Important information bouncing off your brain is never good.

It puts you at a disadvantage in decision-making and gives you less information to work with.

Calmness gives you a mental advantage.

The good news is that the researchers also found the opposite to be true.

If your brain is calm, then you can take in information – even upsetting information – more easily.

This isn’t woo-woo thinking, it’s the scientific and physical reality of how your brain works.

“Participants who relaxed reported paying more attention to the health messages…”

In my courses, I teach men a technique called “root focus” that helps calm the brain down.

It’s a simple form of meditation that really works.

Meditation can be effective in calming the brain.

The researchers also found that meditation can be super-effective in calming the brain down…

Even when presented with the same difficult information that normally creates brain chaos.

Allison Earl, assistant professor of psychology and the study’s co-author:

“The meditation created a positive, low arousal affect, which enabled them to retain the information…”

That being said, not everyone meditates well.

Personally, I value the results of meditation but have a hard time doing it on my own.

So I use this device I picked up on Amazon.

I use the Muse device and it works for me.

In order to get the most out of my brain, and because I know meditation works, I use this device called Muse that’s available on Amazon.

It’s a biofeedback device that works with an app on your phone to easily take you into a meditative state. Personally, I really like it.

Relaxing is important to your brain function and peak performance, but not everything that feels like relaxing actually IS relaxing.

Beware of “fake relaxation.”

There are a lot of activities – like playing games on your phone or browsing Facebook – that feel relaxing…

But they are really dopamine-triggered responses instead of relaxation responses.

They FEEL relaxing, but they don’t trigger the same physical response in your brain.

It’s important to be aware of these types of “fake relaxation” activities.

They can be fun and engaging, but they won’t help your brain to function better.

The bottom line is that you can “hack” your brain to work better, focus more, and retain more information…

But you have to do the stuff that actually works.

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