We are in the warmest summer and sometimes hellish inescapable obligation seems to run into a summer romance.
The other three remaining stations with insurmountable chores, routine, stress and monotony, are the perfect setting for romance. San Juan marks the kick-off for the flirting and the terraces of the squares of the tourist cities-or those of your people-people are filled with much more tight clothes and a significant reduction in the number of square inches of fabric on the body.
It is scientifically proven that the heat softens the brain and, at this time, it does enough to real life to be in a second term in favor of defined expiration passionate romance. But what are the behavioral techniques to transform what could be a boor and sweaty sexual encounter in a romantic tale of the very own Jane Austen? continue reading »
Many sexual problems are caused by vicious mind and misguided attempts of solution.
One of the reasons couples recurring conflict has to do with so-called sexual dysfunctions.
The matter can be quite simple in its definition but rather complex in its treatment. When “something” does not work well, or when you have the perception that “something” does not work well, they say in the scientific world that is suffering from sexual dysfunction. This difference between perception and erectile dysfunction “real” is essential in determining therapeutic trials that can end the problem. continue reading »
Sex during pregnancy is safe, except for some rare exceptions, but generally has minimal risk or complications to the mother; medical journal published the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ acronym).
Dr. Claire Jones and colleagues in the department of obstetrics at Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital and University of Toronto, Canada, released a manual published by CMAJ, which is claimed to be safe and normal to have sex during pregnancy. continue reading »
IMSS data revealed in 2008 say that 40% of men do not have adequate quality sperm for fertilization, which significantly determines the causes of why the couple can not conceive.
The value of sperm health depends containing spermatozoa. The WHO includes three parameters to assess the quality of semen.
Must be over 20 million sperm per milliliter, 25% of sperm with adequate mobility and 30% defined morphology. continue reading »
Recent research has focused on the psychological properties that may provide the semen and its relation to the timing of the menstrual cycle in women. They found that unlike heterosexual women living together, sexually active lesbians do not exhibit the known effect “McClintock”, which is that women living under the same roof, synchronize their menstrual periods (effect also occurs in other species) indicate Gordon Gallup and Rebecca Burch, research psychologists at the State University of New York.
Because of small details like the smell fired by fermions usually generate menstrual synchrony among women. The authors of the research sought the factor that makes the difference between lesbian and heterosexual sex with men.
Semen has chemical properties very complex. Contains over 50 different compounds, including hormones, neurotransmitters, endorphins and immunosuppressant, which are concentrated in the seminal fluid explains Jesse Bering, a psychologist and researcher for the magazine Scientific American.
One of the most interesting aspects of the compounds of semen is the package of chemicals that have the ability to change the mood of a person, within most notably cortisol, which increases bonding, estrone, which improves Mood, prolactin, oxytocin, serotonin, among others. continue reading »