Technology Is Killing Your Love Life
(And Your Enlargement Process Too)
On a cool September evening, Greg was already into his after work routine. After the 26 minute drive home he had already played with the kids, helped with homework, ate dinner and was squarely plopped in front of the computer surfing when his wife Sarah made the startling announcement…
“We haven’t had sex in three months.”
The first thing Greg wanted to do was disagree but he literally could not remember the last time they had sex. Then the next thing that hit him was the thought…
“Oh my God! I’m turning into my Dad.”
Knowing how that turned out for his parents, Greg started trying to figure out what happened. Hearing his mother complain about how his father was no good in bed was the most uncomfortable Greg ever felt in his life.
The normal list of reasons why Greg’s sex drive was going down easily includes…
- Work stress
- The Sunday football beer and pizza feasts
- Workout routine going down to once a week
But one of the most important “Man Who Is Too Tired For Sex Laws” that Greg has broken nearly every day of his life is sleep.
Before you think “I need more sleep…got it”, lets put this in historical context and why this is important for you to understand.
Your Grand Pappy’s Love Life
Your grandfather had more testosterone at your age than you do. His grandfather had waaaayy more testosterone than you do. Since testosterone gives you energy, strength and sex drive it makes sense to figure out what happened over the past dozen generations that has made you weaker and less prone to get it up than great-great-great grand pappy.
The one thing that has literally changed the face of the earth in the past century is light from electricity. You can’t see the Great Wall of China from space (its like looking for a small road) but you can see lights.
When your great-great-great grand pappy was alive everyone had no choice but to go to sleep when it got dark because there were no lights. Not to mention no phones, computers or TVs. Fires could only last so long and were too hot in the summer.
Back then night night literally meant night night. On long winter nights they had what was called second sleep. You would wake up after a good three to fours hours of sleep, do something to occupy your time for about three hours and then go back to sleep until morning.
Sleep is when your body creates testosterone and develops muscles. Not only are we not getting as much time to sleep but the quality of the sleep is different. Sending e-mails, watching TV or playing video games before bedtime makes the body tense and increases the stress chemical cortisol. Cortisol breaks down testosterone.
The glow from electronic devices also passes through the eye lids and delays sleep even further. All of this adds up to less sleep and less testosterone production. This leads to weight gain, low energy and a diving love life.
Since testosterone is critical for erections and penis enlargement, getting rid of stress through more sleep is vital. The easy way for Greg to get the energy he needs for everyday life and more sex is to get more sleep by…
- Making sure he is timing his sleep so he gets the FULL 8 hours in
- Going to sleep at the same time every night
- Taking a hot bath and sipping chamomile tea before bed
- Not looking at TV, the internet or using any electronics an hour before bed
- Never leaving the TV on while sleeping
- Trying to have complete darkness
For more reasons, details and a sweet info-graphic on how technology effects your sleep check out this article from The Sleep Judge.
Better sleep will make Greg healthier overall. If Sarah joins in with the new sleep rituals then there won’t be anymore 3 months of no sex gaps. Thank God!