If you’ve lost your drive or are feeling unmotivated, it’s not your fault…
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This “invisible” health condition causes low drive in men
The more I find out about chronic inflammation, the more I become convinced that it’s the basis for so many diseases.
And the more I notice scientific research studies talking about inflammation.
Here’s one of the things that doctors won’t tell you…
When inflammation is in the brain, it causes anxiety and depression – and can eventually lead to Alzheimer’s and dementia.
And inflammation in the rest of your body has equally disastrous consequences.
It’s the root cause of all kinds of health problems, with metabolic problems being a main issue.
This study is a good demonstration of that.
It turns out that inflammation ANYWHERE can cause problems with motivation and drive.
Wherever your body has chronic low-grade (or high-grade) inflammation, you are likely to have problems…
AND you are likely to end up with problems in the rest of your body.
So if you’re feeling unmotivated, you might actually have a problem with inflammation.
The inflammation/motivation connection
Low-grade internal inflammation can cause many problems in the body – including disrupting your dopamine system.
“Growing evidence shows that the brain’s dopamine system, which drives motivation, is directly affected by chronic, low-grade inflammation.”
Dopamine gets a bad rap because it plays a major role in addictive behavior.
But it’s also a VERY important neurotransmitter. Without it, you aren’t likely to get out of bed in the morning.
“Dopamine helps regulate movement, attention, learning, and emotional responses. It also enables us not only to see rewards, but to take action to move toward them. Since dopamine contributes to feelings of pleasure and satisfaction as part of the reward system, the neurotransmitter also plays a part in addiction.”
Since dopamine will move you towards necessary action steps, you have a BIG problem when internal inflammation messes with how dopamine works.
Losing motivation isn’t bad – when you’re sick.
Like most of the bad side effects from internal inflammation, this system that limits motivation serves a purpose for short-term illness.
Study author Michael Treadway, who studies the relationship between motivation and mental illness:
“When your body is fighting an infection or healing a wound, your brain needs a mechanism to recalibrate your motivation to do other things so you don’t use up too much of your energy.”
This helps you to conserve energy so that you don’t use up too much when your body needs the energy to heal.
This is great, until the situation becomes CHRONIC.
When inflammation in our bodies becomes CHRONIC and lowers our motivation levels over the long term, this can lead to chronic mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression.
I’ve had good success by treating the inflammation first.
In my courses, I teach a lot of different techniques to reduce inflammation – such as eating more fruit!
And I’ve often found in my own life and in the lives of my students that when we reduce the internal inflammation FIRST many other health conditions start to resolve.
I’ve seen depression and anxiety leave, diabetes reverse, and erections get better.
It sounds like magic, but it really is just about treating the cause of the health condition – rather than trying to just manage symptoms.
By treating inflammation first, you can often feel much better quickly and get rid of diseases that you thought might hound you for the rest of your life.
“Vasodilation” restores flexibility to inflamed arteries — increases blood flow, especially to the penis
Widespread inflammation can hurt blood flow by constricting the arteries and making them narrow.
So I’ve found a way to use “vasodilation” to naturally open the arteries back up again.
This method restores the flexibility of the arteries and improves blood flow.
It improves blood flow ALL over the body — to the heart, to the brain, to the other organs…
…and especially to the penis!
And good blood flow is essential for great penis health and bedroom performance.