See for yourself — the data doesn’t lie…
Matt Cook here, and I don’t agree with unnecessary and even potentially harmful jabs if they’re not providing a real benefit.
And as it turns out, the flu jab isn’t providing a real benefit…
At least, not to men over 65!
And these are the men who are most at risk of serious flu complications.
So what should you do instead of the jab?
Well here’s what I’m doing…
Men who use this “sensate focus” technique are lasting 30 minutes or more
For more than 20 years, I’ve studied the amazing and shocking sensate focus technique developed by Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson…
You may have heard of them — they were two scientific pioneers in the world of sexual health in the 1960s.
This technique they developed is a method of enhancing sexual intimacy, sensuality, and pleasure through touch…
And I’ve tried sensate focus. In fact, I spent years studying and working with this technique.
And I tried teaching it to other men and to couples.
But sensate focus is tough to do the way Masters and Johnson intended…
Because Masters and Johnson studied sex in a clinical, scientific fashion.
They were doctors after all.
But I want to make sensate focus really easy…more fun, more instantly gratifying…
What’s wrong with the flu shot
For most people, the influenza virus is not a problem.
But for a large minority of people with weaker immune systems, the flu can land you in hospital.
The flu can kill some people with very weak immune systems.
As people get older, the immune system tends to get weaker.
Older people are on average, more at risk from the influenza virus and other infections.
So influenza vaccines are more strongly targeted toward the over 65’s.
The older you are, the more benefit you should receive from the flu jab, right?
Well, a recently published study has just blown that premise out of the water.
Research based on nearly 200 million healthcare interactions found that there was no benefit to the flu vaccine in the over 65s.
The research was based on data from the United Kingdom – but was carried out at the University of Berkeley. The findings were published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
It’s taken for granted that flu vaccines are particularly useful for people over the age of 65 – those who tend to have a lowered immunity.
“Observational studies using traditional research designs suggest that influenza vaccination reduces hospitalizations and mortality among elderly persons. Accordingly, health authorities in some countries prioritize vaccination of this population.”
But the type of research used to make this argument is very difficult to validate…
And it’s easy to introduce bias which could lead to false conclusions.
“Nevertheless, questions remain about this policy’s effectiveness given the potential for bias and confounding in observational data.”
So, these researchers decided to set up a different analysis, hoping to get less biased results.
The analysts used existing information provided by the NHS – the National Health Service of the United Kingdom.
This agency has access to vast amounts of health data on citizens of the United Kingdom.
The study looked at people between the ages of 55 and 75 years old.
The researchers asked the question of whether the flu vaccine prevented hospitalizations and death.
There was an enormous amount of data available for analysis.
Over 170 million healthcare interactions were analyzed.
Included were over 7 million cases of death.
“The data included 170 million episodes of care and 7.6 million episodes of death.”
When people turned 65, they were more likely to get the flu vaccine – following official advice.
“Turning 65 was associated with a statistically and clinically significant increase in the rate of seasonal influenza vaccination.”
However, the massive dataset showed that there was no benefit to the flu vaccine in people over the age of 65.
The flu vaccine was not linked to lower rates of hospitalization.
The flu vaccine was not linked to lower mortality – it didn’t decrease the risk of dying in the over 65s.
According to this dataset, the flu vaccine does not prevent severe illness and death.
“We found no evidence that vaccination reduced hospitalizations or mortality among elderly persons.”
There are smaller, more easily biased studies showing the opposite.
But the authors of this study believe that they have so much data and such strong analysis that the present study should be regarded as the correct one.
”The estimates were precise enough to rule out results from many previous studies.”
Many people with lowered immunity are relying on vaccines…
…hoping that these vulnerable people will be protected against viruses which can harm them.
But it seems that this is not the case.
“Vaccination strategies prioritizing elderly persons may be less effective than believed, supplementary strategies may be necessary.”
The truth is that age does not control your immunity.
Many of the things which cause lowered immunity in older people are reversible.
A number of different supplements like vitamin A, vitamin D, zinc and vitamin C are well proven to boost the immune system – when used correctly.
Whether you choose to take a vaccine or not – you should be looking to improve the resilience of your immune system regardless.
—-Important Message About Boosting Your Natural Immunities—-
Remember: the only way to recover from most viral illness is with your own body’s natural defenses…
And when your immune system is functioning properly, you will be making the all-powerful T cells which exist to identify and kill invading pathogens or infected cells.
These T cells are even more important than antibodies.
T cells can hang around in the blood for years after an infection and become part of your immune system’s “long term memory.”
This means your immune system works smarter and faster when encountering similar viruses and illnesses.