Women go crazy for this and it’s boosting men’s confidence BIG time
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This pointing finger technique will score you huge points in bed (women LOVE this)
Just 1 week after using the Pointing Finger Technique, I had my wife quivering from 2 powerful, rapid orgasms… back-to-back.
I hadn’t been able to do that to her in years!
Now with just my pointing finger, I’m pleasuring her the way she craves and getting her moaning my name again and again…
And it’s so sexy seeing her enjoy herself this way, and my confidence is soaring now that I know I can make her feel this good.
And it’s all thanks to this secret pointing finger technique…
Try it tonight (it’s free) and blow your lady’s mind in bed!
This sleep position can lower your risk of heart attack
Sleep apnea is an increasingly common problem which can make people tired and irritable.
But it’s more serious than that.
Sleep apnea increases the risks of any of the common diseases affecting society.
And it could have major effects on your hormones.
I’ve written elsewhere about some of the things you can do to improve sleep apnea…
…but there is some rather interesting research showing that simply changing your sleeping position can affect the condition.
It comes on the heels of other research showing that sleeping position seems to affect the risk of cardiovascular disease and mental health problems.
The human research was carried out at the Department of Cardiology, Bayindir Hospital in Ankara, Turkey. The findings were published in the journal Sleep and Breath.
Many people are unaware of the potential role of their sleeping position in their health. But it is a big area of research.
“Sleep and sleep position have a significant impact on physical, cardiac and mental health.”
Remarkably, prior to this investigation, there was no significant analysis of the relationship between sleeping position and obstructive sleep apnea.
It seems an obvious thing to investigate.
Luckily, the researchers already had all of the data they needed to carry out such an analysis.
The researchers assessed information from 131 sleep apnea patients.
These patients had previously undergone diagnostic nocturnal polysomnography – a sleep study.
Sleep studies addressed the extent of sleep apnea by tracking the apnea hypopnea index – the AHI.
The AHI is simply a count of how many times the patient stops breathing every hour.
Higher AHI scores mean more frequent bouts of sleep apnea.
People were classified according to whether they slept on their back, on the left side, or on the right side.
The researchers found roughly 1/3 of people preferred each sleeping position.
People who slept on their backs (in the supine position) had the highest AHI scores, averaging around 60 incidents of sleep apnea per hour.
“The supine sleeping position AHI score was highest at 60 per hour.”
People who slept on the left-sided sleeping position had a far lower AHI score. They had only 30 sleep apnea events per hour.
Changing sleeping position was associated with halving sleep apnea incidents.
“The left-sided sleeping position AHI score was 30 per hour.”
Sleeping in the right-sided sleeping position was associated with another significant drop in sleep apnea. This was associated with a further improvement of 20%.
“The AHI score for the right-sided sleeping position was 24 per hour.”
People who sleep on their backs had 2.5 times as many incidents of sleep apnea as those who slept in the right-sided sleeping position.
What a major impact of a simple modification. No treatments, no equipment.
The researchers also found that people who slept in the left-sided sleeping position were more likely to have been diagnosed with severe sleep apnea…
…versus those who slept in the right-sided sleeping position.
“There is a significant difference between the left-sided sleeping position and the right-sided sleeping position in patients with severe and moderate obstructive sleep apnea.”
The previous findings of the benefits of different sleeping positions on cardiovascular and mental health outcomes lends credence to the findings of this research.
Changing your sleeping position could have a major impact on your health by decreasing obstructive sleep apnea incidents.
“Sleeping position had a significant influence on apnoeic events and right-sided sleeping position decreased the frequency of obstructive respiratory events in patients with moderate and severe disease.”
You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.
—-Important Message About Preventing Heart Issues—-
Bolivian monk’s 90-second exercise makes your body impervious to heart attacks
What if you could relax your blood vessels?
The vessels expand as they relax, so what does that do to your blood pressure?
It lowers it of course.
Since I was having trouble with my blood pressure, especially in the mountains…
…one of the monks showed me this simple 90 second exercise that lowers blood pressure.
It works by relaxing the blood vessels.
It’s true…now I feel relaxed, my head stops pulsating, my heartbeat is strong and steady…
…and I notice something really weird, totally unexpected, kind of embarrassing.
I’m getting the biggest, strongest woodie I can remember having in ages, maybe ever!
And it’s because blood flow is massively increased in men down there as a result of this exercise.
And most importantly, this prevents heart disease, heart attacks, and stroke.