This makes erections bigger and better than ever…
Men: use this ancient Himalayan secret to avoid tissue hypoxia and increase blood-oxygen levels (especially “down there”)
I’ve discovered that Sherpa people, who live at some of the highest altitudes in the world…
…have higher blood oxygen levels than normal men…
And this is extraordinary because most people in high altitudes suffer from what’s called “tissue hypoxia.”
Tissue hypoxia is when the cells are literally starving for oxygen.
But these men in the Himalayas — they have super high oxygen levels all over their body, even “down there.”
And this is important for men because the penis needs oxygen. Without enough oxygen, the member will stay soft and flaccid.
So I’ve been studying what these men are doing…
A surprising secret to football player confidence
This newsletter is about how to be confident like an NFL football player.
So…it was the middle of the night, and Bill was sitting in front of the TV gasping for breath and trying to make it to the toilet before he puked.
Bill thought he was really sick and maybe having a heart attack.
But when Bill went to the ER, it turned out he wasn’t sick or having a heart attack.
Bill was actually having a panic attack.
Essentially, Bill’s brain was giving him severe physical symptoms in response to panic.
The truth is that panic attacks are terrifying.
Sometimes you hear people say things like “it was just a panic attack.”
But I think those people have never experienced one — or they would never put the word “just” in front of panic attacks.
If you suffer from depression, anxiety, or panic disorders you’re not alone. These conditions are incredibly common.
But there are some things that you can do to have fewer symptoms.
And one of those things is developing a personality trait called “grit.”
Some people think that personality is fixed — but grit is something you can develop.
When I start talking about specific personality traits, I often come up against people who believe that personality is “fixed” and that there is nothing you can do about it.
And that may be true to a certain extent…
…but developing “grit” or the ability to persevere toward your goals IS something that you have control of.
Grit is also a trait that gives you big protections against depression, anxiety, and panic disorders.
If you’re dealing with anxiety, depression, or panic attacks then you probably aren’t going to hear your doctor tell you to set goals and work toward them — even if times get tough.
Even many psychologists won’t bother. But… it works. And with no side effects (other than moving forward in life).
The importance of “goal persistence”
In this study, they measured over 3,000 adults during an 18 year period. These adults were asked to rate their goal persistence as follows:
At each interval, participants were asked to rate their goal persistence (e.g., “When I encounter problems, I don’t give up until I solve them”), self-mastery (e.g., “I can do just anything I really set my mind to”) and positive reappraisal (e.g., “I can find something positive, even in the worst situations”).
The people who showed the MOST goal persistence had far less incidences of depression, anxiety, and panic disorders.
It’s not that these folks didn’t face obstacles and hardships…
…they just believed that they could OVERCOME those obstacles and hardships and then put in the WORK to do it.
People who showed more goal persistence and optimism during the first assessment in the mid-1990s had greater reductions in depression, anxiety and panic disorders across the 18 years, according to the authors.
Luckily, grit is more of a personality skill rather than a personality trait.
Which means that just about anybody can develop grit with practice. And it does take practice.
It takes practice to learn how to look at a setback and go “I’m going to find a work around.”
It takes practice to put in long hard hours toward a goal and maybe not get what you ultimately wanted.
And it takes practice to delay gratification to get what you really want.
But with practice almost anyone can stretch their persistence skills and get better mental health as a result.
“Our findings suggest that people can improve their mental health by raising or maintaining high levels of tenacity, resilience and optimism,” she said. “Aspiring toward personal and career goals can make people feel like their lives have meaning.
The bottom line is that developing grit has major positive consequences.
However, giving up or having a cynical attitude that nothing will change actually can CAUSE mental health issues.
On the other hand, disengaging from striving toward those aims or having a cynical attitude can have high mental health costs.”
It turns out that when my friend’s mom told me, “it’s all how you look at things” she was right. And science is proving it.
—-Important Message for Men Who Want More Energy and Stamina—-
Bernie Sanders has a medical secret they aren’t telling you
First, let me say I’m not a big fan of Bernie Sanders’ socialism…
But even I have to admire his energy at age 78.
The guy tours the country nonstop, yelling at thousands of young people every day, and he never seems tired…
You have to admit that he’s doing something right…
…with his health, that is!
He even had stents put in after a heart attack…and he’s back the same as before.
And now I’ve finally discovered exactly what it is Bernie Sanders is doing to stay healthy and full of energy, even after his heart attack…
In fact, other celebrities and rich politicians have been doing this for years.
But now for the first time, normal men like you and me can do it too — discover the secret here…