Try this exercise — amazing results in your member

Try this exercise -- amazing results in your member


It’s been used in China for more than 800 years, and it naturally increases oxygen-rich blood flow in men in the penile member… 

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Try this exercise —  amazing results in your member

Exercise and other types of vigorous physical activity can improve brain health.

But some types of mind-body exercises seem to have special benefits for the brain.

A number of studies have hinted that tai chi could prevent age-related cognitive decline and dementia.

Tai chi is a gentle form of exercise combined with breathing that was developed in China. It is similar to yoga.

A recent human study has shown that tai chi increases blood flow to critical regions of the brain. 

Those effects were not seen with normal exercise.

Tai Chi practice on prefrontal oxygenation levels in older adults: A pilot study

The researchers did this human study at the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR. Complementary Therapies in Medicine published the results.

The origins of tai chi are uncertain. 

Some claim it has been practiced in China for 800 years.

Tai chi is a system of movement and meditation. 

It is classified as a martial art, but it is actually a relatively gentle form of exercise.

Previous research has shown that tai chi can improve mental function.

“Tai Chi is a traditional Chinese exercise that has been found to improve cognitive function.”

Researchers became curious as to why tai chi seems to improve brain power.

“The mechanism underlying this improvement is still unknown.”

The brain is an energy-hungry organ. 

It needs a lot of sugar, fat, and oxygen to function optimally.

The researchers decided to see if tai chi could improve the oxygen supply to the part of the brain responsible for higher cognitive function.

“We compare the effects of tai chi and physical exercise on prefrontal cortex activity.”

The study recruited 16 older female volunteers. 

Half of them were experienced with tai chi.

“This cross-sectional study included 16 older female subjects (8 tai chi practitioners). The practitioners had each practiced tai chi for at least 7 years.”

The researchers used an infrared sensor to measure the amount of oxygen used in the prefrontal cortex.

The prefrontal cortex is a part of the brain situated above the eyes. 

It is responsible for most of our higher-order thinking and problem-solving.

The researchers compared tai chi against arm ergometry – a type of exercise that is similar to cycling but using the hands instead of the feet.

Tai chi was far more effective at increasing oxygen to the prefrontal cortex.

“We found significantly greater changes in the levels of oxyhemoglobin and total hemoglobin in the tai chi experiments compared with the exercise experiment.”

The increase in blood to this critical region of the brain allows it to function more effectively. 

This effect could explain why tai chi improves mental function.

Tai chi improved blood flow to the brain, even in people who had never practiced it before.

“The older adults had higher brain activity when practicing tai chi, and a significant effect was observed in the non-practitioner group.”

Tai chi is classified as a mind-body exercise, alongside a number of other practices such as yoga.

More and more research is coming to light showing that mind-body exercises can improve mental function and memory in older people.

“A number of studies have suggested that mind-body exercises play a positive role in preventing age-related cognitive deficits and preserving executive function, language learning, and memory.”

Standard types of exercise, such as weightlifting or bodyweight training, have clear benefits for the brain. 

But mind-body exercises seem to provide different and unique benefits.

Some of these benefits can also be attained by meditation. 

Mind-body exercises are a kind of hybrid between physical exercise and meditation – because they incorporate systematic breathing techniques.

The researchers recommended conducting larger trials looking at the effect of tai chi on preventing cognitive decline.

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner for the treatment and diagnosis of health-related problems.

—-Important Message—-

This pleasurable exercise reverses “rockiness” problems by improving penile blood flow

It’s super simple, natural, and takes just 90 seconds.

And you immediately feel the blood coursing into your member… 

…flooding the penile chambers with blood which makes the member get big and engorged and stand at attention… 

Then you’re sporting a huge rocky one — and she can’t believe what she’s seeing… 

This works even if it’s been years since you had a good “rocky” one.

Men are using this pleasurable exercise to improve penile blood flow and making their “rockiness” SO much better.

PS. This also naturally lowers your blood pressure.

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