Why I took this naughty pic for my hubby

I had to thank him somehow…

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—-Important Message From Megan—-

Why I took this naughty pic for my hubby

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Hey my name’s Megan and my 53-year-old husband just went from ZERO desire for me…

…to giving me the best lovin’ of my life…

…sometimes 2-3 times a day!

And he made this transformation in a little over a week — here’s how

Now he has me so addicted to his pole, I’m taking naughty pics for him in the middle of the day!

And we’ve been married for 24 years!


This could make your body impervious to heart attacks

One of the things I talk about a lot is how your health isn’t about body parts.

Your health is more than just high blood pressure or diabetes or erections problems.

It’s about how every system in your body affects every other system and what CAUSES these health problems in the first place.

Most often, I find the underlying cause to be something tied to chronic internal inflammation.

And if you can get that under control then a whole bunch of health problems often go away…

Including higher risk of heart attacks and heart failure.

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In just the U.S., about 805,000 people have heart attacks every year.

That’s a big number – especially considering that more people die of heart attacks than any other cause.

Every year, about 805,000 Americans have a heart attack. Of these,

  • 605,000 are a first heart attack

  • 200,000 happen to people who have already had a heart attack

  • About 1 in 5 heart attacks is silent — the damage is done, but the person is not aware of it.

And heart attacks not only cause death, but they can also cause long term disability.

We already know that diabetes and high blood pressure are risk factors for heart disease.

New studies are also showing that something called “vital exhaustion” is also a risk factor.

What is vital exhaustion?

Vital exhaustion is characterized by excessive fatigue and increased moodiness and irritability.

“Vital exhaustion refers to excessive fatigue, feelings of demoralisation and increased irritability,” said study author Dr. Dmitriy Panov of the Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation. “It is thought to be a response to intractable problems in people’s lives, particularly when they are unable to adapt to prolonged exposure to psychological stressors.”

Vital exhaustion has been linked to higher rates of heart attack.

Men experiencing vital exhaustion are more likely to have a heart attack, according to research presented today at ESC Acute CardioVascular Care 2021, an online scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).

Loss of sleep and inflammation.

This doesn’t surprise me because exhaustion is usually linked to too much stress and not enough sleep.

And both of these things raise inflammation in the body.

Controlled, experimental studies on the effects of acute sleep loss in humans have shown that mediators of inflammation are altered by sleep loss.

And when inflammation is raised, health conditions – including heart attacks – often follow.

The good news is that once you become aware of these correlations you can start to take steps to reduce your risks.

“Efforts to improve well-being and reduce stress at home and at work can help reduce vital exhaustion. Involvement in community groups is one way to increase social support and become less vulnerable to stress. Together with a healthy lifestyle, these measures should be beneficial for heart health.”

And reducing the risks of exhaustion by getting enough sleep and reducing stress can dramatically improve your overall health…

Putting you at lower risk of a heart attack.

While you can’t control everything, you do have the tools to live a long and healthy life.

—-Important Message For Preventing and Surviving a Heart Attack—-

Bolivian monk’s 90-second exercise makes your body impervious to heart attacks

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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.

So here’s the 90-second exercise I learned from the monks


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.