How To Increase Buttocks And At The Same Time To Lose Weight At The Waist?

Many women begin to engage in fitness, but they didn’t choose a specific, achievable goal. Why are they exercising and what results they would like to see? What do they want to change in their bodies? Looking at fashion magazines and photos of pop divas, they don’t see the real pictures because all these photos have been photoshopped beyond recognition. In fact, if you follow these standards, you can lose health as well as the common sense.

To lose weight women sit on a diet, but their reflection in the mirror is far away from the celebrities, and also they see that they are losing weight not in the waist, but in the hips that aren’t big enough. It brings a lot of suffering and worries how to improve it.

How to increase the buttocks and slim the waist: Myths

Many believe that it is enough to do aerobic exercises with small loads and doing everything at a rapid pace to make your waist slim and quickly pump up the buttocks. Therefore ABL training became popular. But it turns out in the future, that this training can give elastic muscle and eliminate body fat. It looks good, but the body does not always become slim. But we want to reach the ideal figure, and not become a convenient hanger for beautiful clothes, like mannequins, they actually do not need a feminine figure.

Some are looking for an alternative in home exercises on the newfangled simulators: elliptical trainers and steppers, and cardio trainers. Again, they can tone muscles and eliminate body fat, but you won’t be able to build muscles with them. Particularly in the area of the gluteal muscle. Such home exercises will help you get rid of the cellulite problem and slightly tighten your body. But if you want to have big curves you need power loads.

Buttock augmentation using power training

For the muscle building in the buttocks area and at the same time weight loss you will require a serious approach and perseverance, and this complex problem will be solved. We offer to remember the following steps:

  • During training use loads;
  • Eat protein foods;
  • Increase consumption of complex carbohydrates per kg of body weight;
  • Nutrition should be a very high-calorie.

What is Male Infertility and How to Diagnose it?

I would like to take a few moments to talk with you about male infertility. In this article, I’m going to talk to you about the causes of infertility, the evaluation of infertility, and what treatment options are available for male infertility.

Infertility is the inability to procreate touches at the heart and the emotion of most individuals. It can end up causing loss of virility, and if it lasts long enough in the couple’s very interested in having a child, it can result in depression of both a man and a woman. Nearly six million couples in the United States have a problem with infertility, and 15-30% of all couples suffer from infertility. Interestingly enough 35-40% at the time the problem resides within the male.

The causes of infertility can be something you were born with; it can be something acquired along the way, it can be due to environmental toxins, or can be due to various disease processes. The evaluation for male infertility is usually conducted by a urologist, who has an interest in male reproduction. It usually consists of a careful history, a physical examination, and then a few laboratory tests, namely a semen analysis.

The doctor will be asking you about your past history, have you had a history of months that have affected your testicles, have you had prior testicular trauma, or have you had a testicular tumor resulting in the removal of one of the testicles. Also, he will ask you about your alcohol and tobacco consumption, whether you have used anabolic steroids for bodybuilding, how frequently do you use hot tubs, and also the type of underwear that you use.

You’ll also be clearly about various medications that you use on a regular basis, and the doctor will want to know how long you and your partner have been trying unsuccessfully to conceive a child. You also will be informed about the timing of intercourse, and the doctor will want to know if you understand when ovulation takes place, and you are having intercourse around the time of ovulation. He will also ask you about your use of lubrication, as lubrication can potentially result in damaging the sperm and causing the death of the sperm, making infertility difficult or impossible. It is also important to know whether you’ve had a recent febrile illness because any illness, even an upper respiratory tract infection, associated with the fever can impact a male fertility.

The physical examination consists of a careful examination of the testicles looking at the testicles for their size, inconsistency. The scrotum is examined for a varicocele, which is a dilated vein along the testicle that can impact or decrease the sperm count and movement. You will also have a digital rectal exam, checking the prostate. Other tests that may be ordered are a vasogram, which checks vas deferens to make sure that there are no blockages or obstruction of the vas, you may even have a testicular biopsy, and if there is a family history of infertility in the man, then a testicle biopsy may be performed as well as genetic testing.

Infertility and Pregnancy Loss

Today I’m talking about pregnancy loss and infertility, which are two things we don’t talk about nearly enough.

This week’s questions actually came in response to an article I wrote this time last year about how Mother’s Day can be a difficult time for people, who grew up say without a mom, or in kind of a ‘Mommy Dearest’ situation, or just with a generally difficult woman, who is particularly manipulative even on days, that are supposedly all about her. In those article comments, I got a lot of requests to talk about infertility, miscarriage and related issues because those can also make Mother’s Day or Father’s Day a really tough time for people, who are struggling either to become parents or to become parents to another child.

Plain Jac asked:

Could you please write an article on the stigma about infertility? I am going through the in vitro fertilization process and find it so hard to talk to others about it because I am so young, no one believes I actually have a problem.

Catherine Barclay also asked:

Please write an article about not being able to have kids! I don’t think I will be able to have children, not because of infertility, but because I have huge mental health problems.

A lot of people probably don’t know that 10-20% of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. Or that up to 25% of couples around the world deal with infertility, whether it’s difficulty conceiving their first or second child. These issues can be really challenging, and these issues are often privately dealt with, because, again, it’s something that isn’t polite to talk about. I can’t speak firsthand to these issues, so for that reason, I wanted to share some of the letters that I received in response to an article I wrote on infertility and miscarriage, because in no way can statistics convey the psychological and emotional experience of what this is like.

Beth wrote:

To make a long story short, my husband and I were diagnosed with ‘unexplained infertility’ about 18 months into our deliberate efforts to get pregnant. Thanks to the journey of infertility, I believe I will be better off for the rest of my life. As you said in your podcast, infertility is often a diagnosis people take on in silence. Since the birth of my son, I have made a personal commitment to fearlessly talk about my experience. My hope is that by doing this, I can help one woman at least feel less alone.

Karen wrote:

My daughter is infertile. It was discovered at the age of 16 when she hasn’t started menstruating, that she has no uterus due to a birth defect. Just wanted your guys to know there are other types of infertility out there. Let’s not forget about those, who have lost a uterus due to cancer or traumatic abdominal injury, or a tiny glitch in neural tube development before their first breath.

Becky wrote:

My husband and I have been going through infertility for over a year and a half. Through that time I’ve felt very invisible a lot of times. Hearing your podcast, felt so refreshing. It even brought me to tears! This process has been so rough; it felt so good not to be invisible.

Jeremy wrote in sharing the experience of his son’s death after a pre-term delivery. ‘

Since our son’s loss, we have continued to try getting pregnant without success. Over the years we have endured numerous expensive, invasive, painful, and demoralizing fertility treatments and my wife is forced to bear the brunt of it. You are so right about how infertility is often considered a woman’s issue, when in reality infertility can be caused by either partner and the psychological effects of infertility affect both men and women. I have shed so many tears over our son’s loss and our inability to conceive, which it would be impossible to count the number of times I’ve cried. I have been very open about our loss since it happened and the length of our struggle to conceive in an effort to spread awareness, to start these conversations that need to happen.

Liz wrote:

I’ve been dealing with infertility for about 2 years now. It is sad that it is such a shameful and taboo topic. I do not think it should be a disability, because like you said that should not define us. Here’s to the hope of changing the stigma and educating others.

Finally, Emily wrote:

My husband is the reason we are infertile. His body does not create sperm. We are Mormons and Christians, and going to church every Sunday with a congregation of believers, who focus constantly on building a family has been an incredibly difficult adjustment. Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are both painful holidays.

Now, dear readers, if you’re comfortable, I would love to hear your thoughts and experiences on these issues in the comments below.

How To Correct Peyronie’s Disease

I want to talk to you about a very personal man’s urologic problem today, it’s known as Peyronie’s disease. Peyronie’s disease affects the erectile tissue of the penis, and it affects it in such a way that a man has significant problems expressing his ability to be sexually competent. It does so by causing a deformity of the erection, and this is because of scar tissue that forms in the erectile tissue. And it does so in such a way that when the sexual arousal occurs, the blood that flows into the penis causes a deformity of the erection in such a way that it’s not usable.

Many people have this problem ignored, think somehow you’re different. But in fact, it’s a common problem that affects a lot of men between the ages of 35 to 60, probably median ages in the fifties. And we believe this occurs because of scar tissue that develops in the erectile tissue of the penis. It’s somewhat controversial as to why this occurs. It may be related to the trauma of intercourse; it may be related to an inheritable genetic manifested disease. But long story short, the scar tissue causes trouble, and the net result is sexual dysfunction.

There are good ways, however, to treat it, and a lot of people don’t know that. We want you to know that, and we want to help you if you’re one of these folks. Basically, it’s a minimally invasive treatment, in other words, precise incisions allow us to remove this tissue, and it can be done in a situation where you can walk in and walk out with appropriate home care.

What I’d like to share with you is a little bit about the surgical procedure. We essentially make an incision in the penis, so we can pull the skin back, we find the area of scarring in the area where the erection mechanism is, and we can actually pull the structures that are vital to the function of the penis out of the way, identify the scar tissue, and excise it. There are a number of tissue replacements, but the surges biodesign, which comes from animal tissue, can be manifest in such a way that it’s a perfect patch, so we can essentially remove the scar tissue, place the patch, and this is done with magnification and micro-instrumentation. The skin is replaced, and after a relatively short time 10 days or so this can solve your problem.

And many people would equate the amount of distress associated or the problems of having surgery to that comparable to having a circumcision perform. This particular treatment strategy has been in place for over nine years the results have clearly shown that it’s a very durable and satisfactory way of solving this problem and we can do it in an outpatient environment. Doctors had done this procedure successfully there now for many years. If you’re patient that has this problem, don’t be alone, please call your doctor, and talk to him about this situation.

How Men Can Have Better Sex

Today we’re talking about something very important for everybody, and that is better sex. And in this article, I’m talking about better sex for men. That has a lot of dimensions to it, but the solution is pretty easy. Erectile dysfunction, lack of libido, how to increase our desire, performance, stamina, keeping it up – these are all issues. Or lasting longer as a problem for the other half of the population. Generally, men divided into two groups: you get one type of man, who basically can get it up, and you get the other kind of man, in who it happens too quick, he wants it to last longer. The solution for both is almost the same, and this is our better sex talk, and you can find better sex if you get to the foundation of the actual hormones that are required to make sex work perfect for you and your partner. So let’s first talk about great sex.

Now, I counsel a lot of people, I counsel them on the relationships, and usually when people are having relationship issues, they stopped having sex a long time ago. Why did they stop having sex, why their feelings get hurt? So, you know, your feelings get hurt, you feel ignored, you feel unsupported, it’s really hard to open your heart and have sex, because when you have sex your heart opens; and if you open your heart and you’ve already been hurt, you don’t want to be hurt again. So you have to look at the relationship side of it.

But there are so many people that are not having sex, and they’re not having their heart broken, and they want to have sex, and guys want to have sex, and it nothing’s happening down there. And here’s the guy’s dilemma, which is typically four guys at 35, their testosterone levels start dropping. That means their interest in sex becomes less, that means that just the opportunity doesn’t cause an erection. You could still get an erection, but you don’t have the opportunity. Suddenly, when you have the possibility, you don’t suddenly have the erection, and therefore if the opportunity’s there and you don’t suddenly have the erection, you think “I can’t have sex because I don’t have an erection.” This is a surprise. Usually, any opportunity just pops right up there. So the truth is you do still have the ability to have sex if go slow, and you get lots of stimulation, and that’s one sort of psychological sex therapy approach, and that’s okay.

But what’s really great is to be able to take natural supplements if your test testosterone levels have dropped, which will kick your testosterone levels back up. And one of the simplest supplements for this is a lot. You can go and find these libido supplements, and I dissected them, see all the different ingredients. What is the most powerful, but most expensive of all the ingredients in these supplements is something from Thailand, from Bangkok, which is called Tongkat Ali.

I’ve tested around all these different brands; some give a headache, some work, some are just really expensive and work. What it works for, it’s not just for better sex, but more energy,  more focused, more aliveness, more motivation, because it’s all about testosterone. Libido is just one part of having a healthy testosterone. So if you take Viagra, so many guys are taking Viagra that doesn’t increase your testosterone, that’s not doing anything that makes it healthier. What it does, it does something to your plumbing so that you can get an erection, so the blood stays down south, and then you get this erection that will last, which is by the way if you didn’t have these other options I’d be recommending. Even though for some people it does cause blindness and cause you to lose your vision. Not such a big price to pay for sex. But not for everybody. And submit, it gives you headaches and whatever.  But that was the only option, just being with your partner and connecting with her, and feeling connected in that way is very healthy to do without a doubt. But more healthier as if you have testosterone, you’re really feeling the desire, and you’re feeling the longing for that connection, and the excellent release takes place, and the lowering of tension and stress – that results from sex.

Sex is like the ultimate health elixir. Men who have sex three times a week in happy marriages tend to live twice as long as other men; they tend to be way healthier.