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Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs to Improve your Sexual Health and Sex Life

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The global nutrition and supplements industry is worth over $100 billion, and with approximately 29,000 supplements on the market it is not surprising that there is a vitamin, supplement, or herb for almost everything. This includes a whole host of supplements for the improvement of sexual health and for your sex life. With the increased amount of research into this area many vitamins, minerals, and herbs have been shown to affect many internal processes, which can lead to increased libido, intensified orgasms, increased arousal and sexual drive, improved sperm quality as well as supporting the production of sex hormones.

The following have been shown to be highly effective:

• Vitamin A – A deficiency in Vitamin A has been linked with the atrophy of the testicles and ovaries, so not only is it essential for normal reproduction, but a deficiency can also lead to a decrease in the production of sex hormones and sperm.

To increase the intake of Vitamin A, you can turn to supplements, as well as oily fish and dairy products.

• Vitamin B3 (Niacin) – Has been shown to improve circulation to the genitals. It can therefore help with erectile dysfunction, as well as intensify orgasms, improve nerve health, increase energy, and sex drive.

Vitamin B3 can naturally be found in brown rice, peas, kelp peanuts, dates, broccoli, tomatoes, and paprika, as well as in multivitamins, and B complex supplements.

• Vitamin B6 – Can increase sperm count, as well as aid in the function of estrogen and testosterone function. It can be found in avocados, bananas, brussel sprouts, halibut, and cottage cheese.

• Vitamin B12 – Found within B complex vitamins, on its own, and in many foods including beef, lamb, liver, eggs, clams, oysters, salmon, tuna, sardines and cod. Vitamin B12 can influence your sex life and sexual health, by enhancing penile erection and stimulating the secretion of histamine which is needed for orgasm. It also heightens sex drive, increases sperm count, and reduces sperm laziness.

• Vitamin C – Similar to Vitamin B12 it has many effects on the processes which affect your sex life. This includes increasing blood flow, increasing arousal levels, and keeping joints flexible.

Vitamin C can be found in fruit, including: citrus fruits (such as oranges and lemons), watermelon, papaya, mango, raspberries, pineapple, and blueberry.

• Vitamin E – Aids in the production of sex hormones which influence desire and mood as well providing genitalia with blood and oxygen. It is found in food such as walnuts, sweet potato, spinach, asparagus and wholegrain bread. It can also come in a gel or oil form which can be applied to the genitals to intensify sensation.

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• Carnitine – This is naturally produced in the body but can be taken as a supplement, and can also be found in steak and ice cream. It helps increase sperm quality, sperm mobility, and helps with sexual dysfunction.

• Folic Acid – Facilitates pregnancy in many ways including: reducing the amount of abnormal sperm, increasing sperm count (in combination with zinc), preventing birth defects, which all helps with getting pregnant. For this reason men and women are encouraged to take the recommended daily allowance of folic acid when they are planning to get pregnant. This can be done through supplements, or by including pasta, sunflower seeds, peanuts, cereal, asparagus, okra, corn, celery, and carrots into your diet.

• L-Arginine – Research has shown that L-Arginine can heighten stimulation, as well as improve blood flow, and therefore boost erection.

• Magnesium – Found in many foods such as rice, oats, sage, basil, pumpkin seeds, cocoa powder, flax seeds, brazil nuts, almonds, and cashew nuts. They can also be taken as a supplement. This mineral helps with a whole host of internal processes and has been reported to have aphrodisiac effects. These include: improving libido, improving the production of sex hormones, increasing sexual performance, as and has having a calming effect.

• Zinc – This is an essential mineral for the production of sperm and testosterone which helps improve sexual drive, and is reported to aid in prostate health.

Zinc is found in many foods including salmon, dark chocolate, garlic, beef, crab, turkey, spinach, lamb, oysters, peanuts and brown rice.

• Ginkgo – It has similar properties to Viagra, as it increases circulation. While this has not been substantiated by research, it has been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years.

• Ginseng – Affects the level of dopamine in your system and has been shown to increase desire, sexual drive, performance, energy, orgasm. In men it also increases the blood flow to a man’s lower extremities.

• Maca (Peruvian Ginseng) – Maca grows in the high-altitude areas of Peru, and is believed to improve orgasm, stamina, and desire. It was given to warriors to increase strength, and was kept away from women while they were away in battle. It has effects similar to Viagra, in both men and women.

Numerous options are available to assist you in both improving your sexual health and sex life. The vitamins, minerals and herbs described above are suitable for all ages and cover a wide variety of potential issues you may be having in the bed room. Vitamins can be found naturally in food, as well as supplements making it easy to incorporate into your daily life and general diet.

The quality of your sex life is in your hands; try these out and enjoy the effects!

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