Younger (sexier) You

Younger (sexier) You

Look and Feel 15 Years Younger by Having the Best Sex of your Life

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Just as he applies the latest brain science to help readers achieve lasting weight loss, Dr. Eric Braverman uses the most up-to-date research to explain how great sex contributes to great health, helping us stay young and fit, improving cognitive function, boosting the immune system, and more.

Menopause and its male counterpart, andropause, are actually decade-long processes that begin as early as age 20. Dr. Braverman shows that common issues like loss of libido, sexual dysfunction, and even infidelity can all be traced to fluctuating brain chemical levels--which we can actually control.

Beginning with a discussion of the brain and a quiz to help each reader determine his or her sex quotient, or SexQ, Dr. Braverman reveals how bioidentical hormones, nutrients, and diet can alter the brain's chemistry so that anyone can attain all four areas of great sex: libido, intimacy, stamina, and satisfaction. By doing so, not only will readers look and feel younger, they can add an additional 15 to 40 years of enhanced physical pleasure and emotional bonding to their lives.

With chapters devoted to the unique concerns of men and women, as well as health issues affecting both, Younger (Sexier) You will help every couple achieve greater pleasure and intimacy, showing them that the most effective way to remain young and sexy might just be the most enjoyable.

Publisher: New York : Rodale, 2011
ISBN: 9781605294216
1605294217
Branch Call Number: 613.95 BRA NVD
Characteristics: xiv, 226 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Capria, Ellie

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Jun 28, 2011

Appalling pseudo-science and mumbo-jumbo abounds in this book. Here are some of my favourites: "Every positive sexual encounter makes your brain and body younger" [impossible, nothing can do that], "Poor sleep is not only an age accelerator, but it's a sign that your brain is imbalanced." [please tell me how I can get my brain 'balanced'], "Once I reverse their aging, my patients are definitely interested in sex again." [apparently this guy has a time machine.]
There are much better researched, scientifically based, realistic and interesting books on sexual health out there!

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