Get ready to dive into an exciting conversation about two crucial aspects of men’s sexual well-being: conquering performance anxiety and maximizing testosterone levels. I had the pleasure of sitting down with the amazing Chas Gessner to explore these topics in depth. Performance anxiety can be a common concern for many men. Chas will be sharing valuable insights on how to navigate through it. We’ll also dive into the fascinating world of testosterone, the hormone that plays a vital role in energy, libido, and overall vitality. Stay tuned, because this conversation with Chas is bound to be a game-changer. I’ll see you on the inside!
Dive into the episode as I discuss performance anxiety. I’ll be discussing its impact on your ability to perform at your best, particularly during a sexual encounter. I will discuss strategies and treatments that can help you manage and overcome this type of anxiety. I will also provide valuable insights and practical tips to help you overcome this common issue. Tune in to learn more about overcoming performance anxiety and living a more fulfilling life.
This episode will discuss nine foods that may improve erectile dysfunction (ED) and enhance sexual performance. It is believed that certain dietary choices can affect ED, and these nine foods may be beneficial for those struggling with this condition.
In this episode, I will discuss the differences between physical and psychological erectile dysfunction (ED). I will provide guidance on how you can differentiate between the two types of ED. Additionally, I will offer tips to help you determine which type of ED you have.
Here at Sexual Health for Men, we keep our minds open to all options and walks of life while removing the stigmas so we can speak openly and honestly about it. To
The key to a fantastic intimate relationship is each partner being fully self-expressed, sharing the truth of who they are, and learning to welcome the reality of their partner. In this episode, Dr. Stockwell and I will help you increase emotional intimacy in your own relationships.