New Challenge: Multiple Male O’s

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New Challenge: Multiple Male O’s

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I’ve discovered a way for men to have multiple O’s — back to back to back…

…providing almost endless orgasmic pleasure opportunities morning, noon, and night.

And now I’m challenging men to try this for themselves and see how many O’s they can have.

Will you have 2, 3, 5, 10?

Your wife or girlfriend can even help you if you want… and she’ll probably enjoy it just as much as you will…

Take the multiple male O challenge, if you’re man enough…


What men need to know about ice baths

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Every day something new is trending.

And the latest trend is cold baths.

There is a cold bath buzz all over social media and TV.

Actually, there is a logical reason behind it.

Exposing the body to a particular stress and increasing its endurance.

This could be great if we were living in ideal conditions.

But there’s one big thing they’re missing…

We are not living in ideal conditions.

We are bombarded by 100s, 1000s, of stressors every day.

EMFs, air pollution, poor-quality food, and PUFAs, to name a few.

These stressors are already taxing the body, and adding more stressors on top is counterproductive.

The brilliant endocrinologist Hans Selye has done some great work on this.

He was the first scientist to identify “stress” as underpinning the nonspecific signs and symptoms of illness.

He talks about how stress destroys the body over time…

…and how competent the human body is at healing once stress is reduced.

That’s why cold baths, supposedly beneficial on paper, actually harm your body.

Here is a study that proves that:

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This study was conducted at Hyogo College of Medicine, Japan. It was published in the Japanese Journal of Hygiene.

The effects of testosterone on men’s health are well-known.

So I’m not going into that at all.

One sentence will suffice.

Testosterone is king when it comes to men’s health.

Let’s see what the cold baths I mentioned above do to testosterone levels.

Researchers conducted an experiment with 32 young men.

They divided these young men into 2 groups and conducted 2 different experiments.

The 1st group exercised first, and then was exposed to cold water stimulation.

Group 2 was first exposed to cold water stimulation and then exercised.

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The results, as you can see in the table, confirmed Hans Selye’s theory.

Exercise increased serum testosterone in both experiments, while cold water stimulation decreased it each time.

“After cold water stimulation, TS decreased 10.0% in Experiment II and 8.3% in Experiment I.”

Moreover, there were other changes that showed that cold exposure stressed the subjects’ bodies.

These were:

Their blood pressure increased.

“With cold water stimulation, blood pressure increased slightly by 9.1%, heart rate by 3.8%, and the pressure-rate product by 11.1%.”

Related to this, renin activity (a hormone that stabilizes blood pressure) decreased.

“Renin activity significantly decreased by 37.5%.”

Their Hemoglobin and hematocrit, the cells that carry oxygen to the blood, decreased.

“The hematocrit and hemoglobin slightly decreased.”

This drop in testosterone and other changes were attributed to cold stimulation activating the sympathetic nervous system.

“TS may thus be related to sympathetic nervous system activity.”

In other words, cold water stimulation lowered testosterone by activating the “fight-or-flight” system in the body.

This is exactly what I was talking about in the beginning.

By stressing the body, trend followers lower their valuable hormones.

Refrain from deliberately stressing your body more.

Environmental factors already activate the sympathetic nervous system hundreds of times daily.

What you need to do is to activate the parasympathetic nervous system, that is, to relax.

Here are some things you can do to relax:

  • Heat exposure (a warm house and sauna)
  • Hiking in nature
  • Meditation
  • Sugar consumption
  • Spending time with family and friends

When you de-stress, you give your body a chance to heal.

—-Important Message About Boosting Testosterone—-

This 1 food raises T and lowers estrogen by blocking aromatase

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Aromatase is an enzyme that forcefully converts testosterone into estrogen in a man’s body.

It happens automatically, whether we want it to or not.

And this often leads to very low T levels in men, where estrogen is high.

And it results in low libido, erections problems, fat gain, man boobs, low confidence, and more.

Luckily, all it takes to stop aromatase is to prepare this 1 food in a certain way…

And with just a few slurps a day, you are blocking aromatase, raising T, and lowering estrogen.


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.