This “Naughty” Secret REVERSES Aging
Dear Living Well Daily Reader,
It seems like everyone’s looking for a way to slow aging these days… and the medical industry is making a FORTUNE.
They’re pushing everything from botox injections to kale smoothies, promising you can look and feel 10 years younger.
But an exciting new study has proven that there’s a surefire way to slow aging to a crawl and maybe add years to your life.
It doesn’t cost a dime… and you and your partner are going to LOVE it.
I’ve met lots of folks who’ve said that dying in bed… in the middle of a roll in the hay… wouldn’t be a bad way to go.
Well, tough luck – because it looks like regular sex could end up saving your life instead (and don’t worry, ladies – your husbands didn’t put me up to this).
Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, looked at a group of women in long-term relationships.
Turns out that the ladies with the longest telomeres were the ones having the most sex.
If you haven’t heard of telomeres before, let me give you a quick lesson.
They’re basically DNA strands at the end of our genes that shorten over time. But keeping them long can stop lots of chronic diseases… and even add years to your life.
And as far as telomere length was concerned, sex was the only factor that mattered – even if the couple was fighting all the time.
Lots of seniors don’t want to talk about sex or problems in the bedroom… they consider it “naughty” or off-limits.
But regular sex is a marker of good health (in both men and women).
It’s just that simple: healthy people have healthy sex drives.
Sex drive is complicated and depends on hormones, brain neurotransmitters, chemical messengers in the body, adequate nutrition, and avoiding certain drugs.
Sex drive also depends on energy production in the body.
Even sleep and stress can have a big impact on sex drive.
…not to mention the hormones testosterone in men and estrogen in women.
Diseases also impact sex drive: depression is well known to kill sex drive, but so are diabetes and heart disease.
Despite the complexities, there are secrets to keeping your sex life going well into older age.
Dr. Scott’s Plan for Higher Sex Drive:
- Eat well and get regular exercise
- Get enough sleep (try natural solutions like valerian, melatonin, and theanine if you have problems sleeping)
- Men can boost testosterone with enough zinc, and I like the herb Eurycoma longifolia for boosting sex drive.
- You can increase overall energy with CoQ10 and B vitamins.
- Work on stress reduction with meditation or herbs like Ashwagandha.
- Check your medications for low sex drive side effects – there are many!
Sex drive is too important to leave it to chance. What better way to increase your health and happiness than to have sex more often?
Health and Happiness,
Dr. Scott Olson, ND
Written By Dr. Scott Olson, ND
Nearly 25 years ago, failed mainstream medical treatments left Dr. Olson in constant pain – and his health in ruins. And that’s when he did something REVOLUTIONARY. He began his career in medicine – and dedicated his life to uncovering the true, underlying causes of disease.
Through his innovative medical practices in Tennessee and Colorado, Dr. Olson has helped cure countless seniors from across America of arthritis… heart disease… diabetes… and even cancer. All without risky prescription drugs or painful surgeries.
View More Free Articles
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, What do you think are the top 3 things one can do to live a long life? –Mary from Milford, CT Hi Mary, Thanks for your excellent question! When you asked for the TOP three, it really stumped me at first. We can do so many things to live longer...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, A sprinkle of THIS. A dash of THAT. If you like to cook, chances are you love seasoning your dishes to bring out their best flavors. But a study published last year has a lot of folks questioning how they’re preparing their food. Because according to the researchers, no matter...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Honestly, I thought we’d already put this issue to bed. After all, the evidence is in. We KNOW that taking a daily aspirin is a bad idea. But the headlines just keep coming anyway… “Aspirin Reduces Breast Cancer by 20 percent!” “Aspirin Cuts Heart Attack Risk!” With incredible claims like...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, I’m going to give it to you straight. Aging is tough on your whole body. Your joints… heart… and even your youthful skin all begin to show the effects of the passage of time. But aging takes the biggest toll on your brain. Because as the years go by, you...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Every 90 seconds. That’s how often another woman in the United States has a heart attack. Because the reality is heart attacks don’t just happen to men. Nearly one out of two adults in the United States has high blood pressure. And heart disease is one of the biggest health risks...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Mad scientists have created some pretty crazy chemicals in the laboratory. And mad businesses have taken those toxic concoctions and unleashed them into our world. You’ve probably seen a few headlines about “forever chemicals” lurking in our environment. In fact, I’ve shared warnings about them right here in Living Well...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, “What can I do about varicose veins?” — George, 75 Huntsville, AL Dear George, I have some good news and some bad news about varicose veins. Let’s get the bad news out of the way first. Once the damage is done to the veins, it’s hard to reverse. But the...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, I’ve got a little pop quiz for you today. But don’t worry, it’s only one question. Now, if you’re anything like me, you HATE to fail. The trouble is the deck is stacked against you this time. So I don’t want you to be too hard on yourself if you...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, It’s a nearly universal experience. When you reach a certain age, you start to worry about your memory. Because when you’re a senior, a “simple” forgotten name or missed appointment is NEVER simple. Instead, it’s yet another reason to be anxious about whether it’s an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease....
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, If you battle anxiety, you’re the victim of an overactive brain. But probably not how you think. You see, electrical impulses are storming all of our brains all of the time. In fact, most of the chemicals in your brain (neurotransmitters) are designed to make even MORE of these electrical...