This simple technique restores a woman’s enthusiasm for sex

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Try this to revive a woman “down there” and boost her libido

—-Special Message From Lisa—-

I love the act of physical intimacy — I love showing my man how much I love him with my body…

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You could even say that I enjoy having sex just as much as most men.

That’s why these little “snacks” are so perfect — I give my husband one before we hop into bed and he is RARING to go…

It boosts his stamina and gives him a rockier bulge “down there”…

It works by naturally increasing testosterone production down in the Leydig cells.

And right now, you can — and trust me, your wife or girlfriend is going to LOVE this…


This simple technique restores a woman’s enthusiasm for sex

There are so many commercials on TV for Viagra and Cialis that it’s crazy.

I don’t think these treatments are the best for most men, but that’s for another article.

What you DON’T see addressed on TV are commercials about menopause…

Even though menopause can completely disrupt a couple’s sex life.

I get this to a certain extent…

Most of the hormone therapies that used to be prescribed for menopause and perimenopause have been linked to higher breast cancer risk and other problems.

But that means that the dramatic drop in sex drive that many women experience is rarely addressed…

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And few women seek help.

After menopause, many women lose interest in sex.

Menopause is the time in life when women stop having periods. It happens to most women around the age of 51 or so.

Unfortunately, for many women this time of life brings a sharp decline in sex drive…

And I hear about this quite often from the men I work with on health and sexual wellness issues.

It’s a major frustration for many men… And they usually have no idea what to do about it.

There are several reasons for this declining interest in sex.

But the situation isn’t hopeless. You CAN have great sex after your partner reaches menopause. (More on that in a bit.)

First, I want to tell you a little bit about why this happens.

Physical symptoms of menopause can contribute to a lack of interest in sex.

Most doctors won’t ask about your sexual activity, and they might not know what to tell you even if they did.

It’s not their fault. It’s not an area they are usually well-trained in.

And for many years, declining sexual interest and sexual function with age was considered normal.

One of the big reasons that women lose interest in sex after menopause is due to decreasing levels of estrogen.

“…menopause-related problems such as vaginal dryness and pain with sex have been identified as problems affecting sexual function, yet few women seek treatment for these issues, despite the availability of effective therapies.”

This results in thinning vaginal walls, vaginal dryness, and pain from sex.

If sex is painful, then women will understandably often avoid it. (But there are solutions for this.)

Partner issues can also be a big problem for women.

Interest in sex can also drop off depending on what is happening with a woman’s partner situation.

If there are relationship issues, or if her man is struggling with poor physical health or “rockiness” problems, then it can be tough for a woman to be interested in sex.

“Sexual health challenges are common in women as they age, and partner factors play a prominent role in women’s sexual activity and satisfaction, including the lack of a partner, sexual dysfunction of a partner, poor physical health of a partner, and relationship issues.”

If your partner is post menopause, you can still have GREAT sex.

A lot of men give up or get frustrated after their partner goes through menopause…

But this doesn’t have to be the case.

You can still have great sex, even if you haven’t had good sex in years.

Slow things down.

There are quite a number of techniques that work to reignite her passion.

But something that works the best is to slow sex down.

If your woman is experiencing pain during sex, slowing sex down can help tremendously.

When you enter her, linger for a while in the first third of her vagina. Then move just enough to stay hard.

This slower style of sex will often wake up her sex drive in ways that are almost unbelievable.

Whatever you do, don’t believe the hype that tells men and women that they have to stop having sex as they get older.

I’ve shown thousands of men in their 60s, 70s, 80s, and even 90s how to have the best sex of their lives. It is 100% possible.

—-Important Message for Men Interested in “Nirvana Sex”—-

New way to make love that delivers 100 times more pleasure

I call it Nirvana Sex and it’s completely revolutionized my bedroom life with my wife, Jodi.

Thanks to this, we are now doing it 4 times a week for 30 minutes or more.

And the best part about Nirvana Sex is how much Jodi loves it too.

It feels so good for both you AND your partner, that they will be wanting to do it all the time with you…

…even if they’ve said they’re done with sex… even if they’ve lost their enthusiasm…

For me and Jodi, it’s like we’re newlyweds again! We don’t even argue anymore.

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Nirvana Sex changes EVERYTHING, and once you try it, you will never want to have the old type of sex ever again.

Try Nirvana Sex tonight with your wife, girlfriend, or by yourself and prepare to feel pleasure like you’ve never felt before.


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.


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