Friday, September 4, 2009

2 Sizzling Sex Moves to Give Her Multiple Orgasms Every Time (Best For Men With Small Penis) By Evan Kinney

Do you want to get in on the secrets to bringing a woman to hot, explosive multiple orgasms in bed? If so, you need to learn how her body works and what it takes to turn her on. Every woman is different, but most respond to being touched and kissed in such a way that their erogenous zones are stimulated. If you want to give her the hottest orgasms ever, you can try these 2 easy moves that are sure to work every time, even if you've a small manhood...

#1 - Stimulate her breasts: Pay special attention to her breasts, and especially her nipples. Tease each nipple so that they peak and suck on them gently, using your teeth just a little bit. This will usually get a woman so aroused that she may be on the brink of orgasm before you even touch the rest of her body. Some women claim to be able to orgasm just with nipple stimulation alone. This is sure to bring her to the heights of ecstasy, no matter what, so pay close attention to this super erogenous zone of hers!

#2 - Stimulate her clitoris: It is surprising that many men do not know that a woman needs to have clitoral stimulation in order to achieve orgasm. Stimulate her clitoris using your fingers or tongue before you have intercourse and she will most likely achieve orgasm before you even enter her. If you continue to rub against her, using your thumb or even your penis, you can bring her to multiple orgasms easily during the sex act. Use these 2 moves tonight and watch the surprise and pleasure on her face.

Here's a bonus tip: Now, you can FINALLY turn her on and give her multiple thigh-quivering orgasms AT WILL... using this sneaky technique!

But be warned... this technique alone may cause untold erotic excitement and give her orgasms so STRONG that her knees buckle at the mere sight of you...

How to Give Women Incredible Sex - 2 Deadly Tactics to Trigger Insanely Powerful Orgasms in Her! By Evan Kinney

The best lovemaking is when you have her guessing and trying to anticipate your every move and her failing to know what will happen next. Have this kind of experience by using these masterful lovemaking techniques. You'll bring her to insanely powerful orgasms.

#1 - Master the art of foreplay: Many men actually do not devote any time to learning how to be effective in this art of foreplay. It is very important because this sets up the mood and level of energy a woman is willing to share with you in the actual act of intercourse. Yes, women love it when a man gives them an adequate amount of foreplay. So focus your attention on the multitude of hot spots located on her body. Take note on how she responds to each touch and kiss. Find out which areas she actually responds to best. Make her squirm and have her anticipating the coming session of sex.

#2 - Twist her mind with this oral sex game: Does she like oral sex? Most likely she does and she does not know it yet. Try this game. Have her lie down on the bed and spread her legs for you to see her clitoris. Have her touch herself while you watch. Take note how she stimulates herself and then once she pleasures herself. Go and do the same for her only with your mouth and tongue. She will love you for it. You can even add additional stimulation by using your fingers to help you.

Here's a bonus tip: Now, you can FINALLY turn her on and give her multiple thigh-quivering orgasms AT WILL... using this sneaky technique!

But be warned... this technique alone may cause untold erotic excitement and give her orgasms so STRONG that her knees buckle at the mere sight of you...

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Fight Addiction and Replacing the Need By Julie Horner

The prescription drug vicodine is made with a combination of the narcotic hydrocodone and the non-narcotic acetaminophen which is also found in over the counters like Tylenol. Vicodine gives a person a euphoric feeling, it relaxes both the physical body and the mind, in addition it relieves pain. But there is another symptom people have been reporting when they use the drug vicodine.

Many young people have reported a hyped up state of mind, lots of extra energy and motivation. This seems like a direct contradiction to the "relaxed euphoric feeling" one expects to get. Why then does vicodine leave some people relaxed, euphoric, and motivated while being full of energy? The answer has recently been discovered. While Vicodine is a narcotic it causes "good feeling" by attaching itself to opioid in the brain it also releases adrenaline causing a person to feel no pain. But we also know that a rush of adrenaline can give one a heightened sense of motivation.

This is yet another reason for increased vicodine addictions in the United States. Especially because when one stops taking the drug a terrible feeling of depression and withdrawal as well as exhaustion will occur. Because the lack of the drug mean a lack of chemicals being produced like endorphins.

The good news is that the brain and body will naturally produce its own endorphins. Furthermore there are ways to naturally enhance the production of these endorphins. When one uses vicodine to create the "false endorohines" then the brain actually stops producing these endorphins on its own. Causing terrible withdraw without the drug. Withdrawal symptoms include depression, anxiety, uncontrollable crying, dizziness, headache,restless legs, manic state, inability to sleep, heart palpitations, and much more. If one is going to try to stop taking this drug after long time use there is some natural ingredients found in nature that can help aid the brain in jump starting the production of endorphins. In addition, if someone has never taken vicodine but wishes to achieve similar effects of the drug without actually taking a prescription nature has some safe ways to do so.

With the right natural ingredients and a discipline routine one can achieve the "feel good endorphins", "increased motivation'', "substantial pain relief", "decreased appetite", "minimized anxiety", "weight loss", and more. Nature has a way to utilize the brains natural ability and boost the production of endorphins and adrenaline.

The first step in a persons routine should be exercises every single morning ( and not just a short slow walk). The brain will release serious endorphins and release large amounts of adrenaline when strenuous activity is achieved. A long run is the best way to do this (runners high). By doing this in the morning one can jump start the brains endorphin production and make it last throughout the day.

The next step would be to eat a very light breakfast. Science has shown that eating less throughout the day not only increases weight loss but will actually keep you mood and keep motivation boosted.

Next, one must take a full range of vitamin supplements that include a large amount of fish oils. Fish oils give an energy that is very similar to a "high" as well as sharpening thoughts and reflexes. Beware of cheaper vitamins found in grocery stores as they are not FDA regulated and their is not a substantial amount of effective ingredient in them. Keep in mind there is not "one pill" multi vitamin that can hold enough ingredient to be effective. One must take a combination of supplements to achieve and actual effect.

Throughout the day one must hydrate with water staying away from sodas, sugar, and even diet drinks as there is an ingredient in these that actually causes depression. It is highly recommended that one stay on a low sugar low carb diet as sugars can cause "mood swings" and "crashes" in a human being.

Again throughout the day (but only before 3pm) a person can drink a healthy energy and diet shot to decrease appetite and keep the brain alert. Drink something that includes acai antioxidants, the Brazilian herb hoodia, green tea, and a small amount of taurine. This has proven to be much more powerful and effective than coffee.

In order to maintain this energy and fight oxidation (which is inflammation in the body) one should have a very large amount of exotic fruits, berries, and vegetables twice a day to fight this inflammation. Inflammation causes rapid aging, depression, disease, tiredness, lack of sleep and more. As it is virtually impossible to eat enough of these fruits and vegetable to make a difference one should find a drink that includes all of these powerful antioxidants fruits, berries, and vegetables. The thing to look for on the bottle would be "ORAC Value". The higher the orac value the more potent and effective the product.

When it comes to pain relief instead of using a drug or medication one should try the recent miracle discovery emu oil. Emu oil applied daily relieves long term pain, relaxes muscles in the same way a vicodine would. It also reduces inflammation.

After work, one must get at least 20 minutes of direct sunlight if not 45. Afternoon sunlight is safe for the skin and causes the production and release of serotonin. This is what gives us that "feel good" feeling. The same effect as taking a vicodine. To further enhance production (after being In the sun) one should take a supplement of Coral Calcium.

In addition to all of these thing one must include a nightly walk and a shot or drink of the new miracle discovery, the ingredient resveratrol (found in skin of grapes). As seen on Oprah, resveratrol reverses aging, gives the brain a rush of substantial energy, is the most powerful antioxidant. and can cause one to live longer as well as boost the production of neurons in the brain. In the short term this will raise ones spirits and give one motivation. In the long run this will prevent the deterioration of the brain (which causes diseases like Alzheimer's).

Follow this routine and use these powerful natural ingredients nature has provided and one will find a vicodine addiction completely unnecessary. Get the "feel good effect" naturally!

Arm yourself with these ingredients and this routine! To find out more about these natural ingredients that will change you life, mood, and help you to replace a vicodin addiction visit the above links!

Learning About the Different Types of Hearing Aids By Chris Smitts

Buying a hearing aid can be a little confusing for the first time buyer. With so many options available, you can get overwhelmed and confused by all of them. What I will try to do here is give you a snapshot of what you can expect to get and pay with the different types of hearing aids.

If you are budget minded or just trying to keep your costs down, a conventional hearing aid is your best bet. There are not many in this category that will cost you over $1,000 and if you really want to save money, using a disposable hearing aid is a legitimate option. They are available for well under $200 and if they are taken care of, you may actually be able to extend the life and save some money over the long run.

The next step up would be a programmable analog device. They are usually a little better quality that the conventional ones, but the main feature is that they can be programmed for several different settings that will allow you to hear properly without having to adjust your levels manually. You can use a remote control to change the setting to one of the programs and you will be good to go.

When you want the best and most technologically advanced product on the market, the digital hearing aid should be your choice. The sound quality is second to none and it used digital coding to clean up the noise, but you pay for the ability to use this device. If you want to get a good digital hearing aid, you can expect to pay between $1,500-$2,000.

As you can see, you have many different types of hearing aids to choose from. You can choose to go with something basic and even disposable, or you can invest a little more money and get something that will give you a much truer sound. Do some shopping on the internet and with some intelligent price comparisons, you will find the device that will work best for you and your wallet.

HPV Virus - The Simple Facts By Andrea R. Segovia

Human papillomavirus or the HPV virus is known to affect the moist membranes, skin and other linings of the body, such as the lining of the mouth and throat, cervix and anus.

There are various types of HPV virus and each type has a different number. An additional fact about HPV virus is that it is very common on humans, and it occurs at some point of their lives. For most people, it shows no symptoms and disappears without ever being treated. It is much more common in young people, possibly because they are more sexually active and share a larger number of partners.

Some types of the HPV virus are found in the lining of the mouth and throat and within the cells of the cervix that can cause some changes, these are known to be high risk HPVs. These changes in cells are also called 'dysplasia' and have an increased risk of becoming cancerous.

Other types of HPV can cause verrucas and warts. These types of HPV are sometimes called the 'wart virus' or 'genital wart virus' and are commonly found on the hands and feet, in the genital area and around the anus. But they can be on any part of the body. They are types of HPV virus that don't usually cause cell changes and may not develop into cancer. They are called low risk HPVs.

Genital HPV is usually spread through skin to skin contact during sex. You can have this type of HPV virus for years and not have any sign of it. So it is not that unusual to have a long term partner and then be told you have the virus after medical tests such as cervical screening.

But having HPV virus doesn't automatically indicate that you or your partner has been unfaithful. There are no symptoms to indicate how long you have had the virus. It could be weeks, months or years.

Some types of high risk HPV develop cervical cancer. They are called high risk types or strains. Almost all women with cervical cancer have at least one of these types of HPV virus in the cells of their cervix.

Keep in mind that most women with high risk HPV don't develop cervical cancer. Many studies stated that these factors affect whether you develop a cancer, such as smoking or how well your immune system is working. Women who smoke and have a high risk type of HPV infection are more prone to have cervical cancer.

You should have regular cervical screening; this will lift abnormal cervical cells before they lead to cancer. So even if you have HPV virus and can't refrain from smoking, you can still stop cervical cancer if you prefer to submit yourself for screening when you are invited.

Andrea Segovia inspires people seeking natural health solutions by providing tips on treatment methods that work naturally with the body. She contributes to the work stream in topics ranging from health, travel, and natural living. She is passionately involved with sharing her discoveries on HPV

Top 20 Tips For Safe Training By Nick Hallale

A good approach to diet and exercise should improve your body, not endanger it. Follow these 20 guidelines and stay safe and healthy.

1) Do not exceed your own capabilities. Correct training is about making gradual increases in a structured way, not about once-off, all-out exertions that can leave you injured.

2) Always warm up properly before any exercise.

3) Use correct form and technique when performing exercises with weights. If you are unable to do the exercise properly, the weights are too heavy. You should reduce them.

4) The best time to perform deep stretches is when the body is already warm. You should not do deep stretching as a warm up.

5) Respect your own limits while stretching. These will improve with time, but never force a stretch. Don't bounce while stretching, and remember to release stretches slowly and under control.

6) Make sure any equipment you use is in good condition and works properly.

7) Be sure you are familiar with an exercise or piece of equipment before using it.

8) Follow the instructions for using all equipment. Don't use a piece of equipment for an exercise that it was not intended for.

9) If in doubt about the correct performance of any exercise, ask! If you're in a gym or health club, never be afraid to ask an instructor for help. That's what they're paid for.

10) In the event of an injury you should immediately consult a medical professional.

11) Avoid any extreme fad or "crash" diets. These may work in the short term, but the weight loss is not sustainable and they can be damaging to your health. Aim at reducing body fat in a healthy and sustainable way.

12) Don't train the muscles to the point of failure, i.e. where you become physically incapable of lifting them. This can be dangerous. You need to be in control of the weights at all times.

13) Having another person to assist ("spot") you with weights is recommended in case of an emergency.

14) Some exercises, like dummbell swings or snatches, involve swinging a weight quite explosively. Never face another person or a fragile object when doing this.

15) Avoid swinging or raising weights directly above your head if possible. And always use a strong, secure grip.

16) Stiffness is normal after exercise, particularly after weights training, and should dissipate within a day or two. However, if you have any abnormal pain that you suspect may be an actual injury, seek medical attention.

17) Avoid dehydration by drinking enough fluids during your training.

18) If you are training on your own, let someone know where you are, just in case of an emergency. I also recommend keeping a telephone with you in case you need help.

19) If you are doing interval training using a machine like a treadmill or cross-trainer, be sure you are able to adjust the settings safely and without being distracted from your exercise. I know of several people who have slipped on a treadmill because they were adjusting the speed while running. Don't let this happen to you. If you have to pause your exercise to adjust the machine settings, that's fine.

20) Stop exercising and seek help if you: a) have abnormal pain or trouble breathing; b) feel dizzy or faint; c) feel abnormally tired; d) feel your heart beating too fast or skipping beats.

I want to repeat that you should aim to progress gradually and safely over the duration of your journey towards a healthier body. You'll be building a base to last the rest of your life. There's no point having an attractive body if you're too ill or injured to enjoy it!

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Asthma Treatment - A Two-Pronged Approach By Gerd Van Hass

Asthma treatment is usually focused on providing relief to the symptoms of the disease as well as on managing the problem. You see, asthma is a long-term illness that really does not have any cure. What you can hope for in an treatment is the prevention of an asthma attack and the shutting off of its many annoying symptoms, which include shortness of breath and coughing. Also, your plan of attack against this respiratory problem should include the prevention of full blown attacks that may result in being brought to the hospital for medication. Although only a handful of asthma sufferers end up dying because of the disease, you should not take this problem lightly.

There are actually two ways of administering treatment at home. The first one is providing quick relief drugs and medications. This asthma treatment is used to provide fast relief to asthma attacks or flare-ups. The most common medication for a sudden flare up of this disease is inhaled short-acting beta2-agonists. Such drugs are fast acting and help in easing the tight muscles found in the air passageways. An inhaler is usually used at the first sign of an asthma symptom. However, this is not intended for long-term use. If you observe that you have been using your inhaler for more than two weeks, then it is time for you to go to your doctor to seek long-term medical treatment.

In order to allay symptoms of asthma, many people undergo long-standing asthma treatment, which is the second type of asthma medication. The objective of this approach of dealing with the problem is not only to ease the tightening of muscles around the air passageways, but also to reduce inflammation in the area. However, it is important to note that this type of asthma treatment does not provide fast relief to asthma symptoms.

The most common asthma treatment used for long-term management of the disease is inhaled corticosteroids, which are known to be effective in easing swelling of the air passageways. Individuals who have been taking long-term asthma medication report that asthma flare-ups have become rare and less severe. However, this type of treatment, although quite effective, has its side effects which include oral thrush. It is quite important that before you take asthma medications, you have to seek advice from your doctor first. Other medications used to manage asthma include corticosteroid liquid formulations of pills and leukotriene modifiers, which are also designed to minimize attacks and open up airways.