Afrodisiac sex

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An aphrodisiac is a substance that increases sexual desire, sexual pleasure, or sexual behavior. Substances which only affect a person's behavior are susceptible to the placebo effect. Both males and females can benefit from the use of aphrodisiacs, but they are more focused on males as their properties tend to increase testosterone levels rather than estrogen levels. Only recent attention has been paid to understanding how aphrodisiacs can aid female sexual function.

Aphrodisiac

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Procreation was an important moral and religious issue and aphrodisiacs were sought to ensure both male and female potency. Sexual dysfunction is an inability to achieve a normal sexual intercourse, including premature ejaculation, retrograded, retarded or inhibited ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, arousal difficulties reduced libido , compulsive sexual behavior, orgasmic disorder, and failure of detumescence. The introduction of the first pharmacologically approved remedy for impotence, Viagra sildenafil in s caused a wave of public attention, propelled in part by heavy advertising. The search for such substances dates back millennia.

7 Aphrodisiac Foods That Boost Your Libido

An aphrodisiac is defined as a food or drug that arouses sexual instinct, brings on desire or increases sexual pleasure or performance. Naturally, aphrodisiacs are a hot topic, as evidenced by the myriad of pharmaceutical drugs available and marketed specifically for their libido-boosting effects. However, some individuals prefer natural alternatives, as they are generally safer and tend to have fewer side effects.
Aphrodisiac , any of various forms of stimulation thought to arouse sexual excitement. Aphrodisiacs may be classified in two principal groups: 1 psychophysiological visual, tactile , olfactory, aural and 2 internal stemming from food, alcoholic drinks, drugs, love potions, medical preparations. Despite long-standing literary and popular interest in internal aphrodisiacs, almost no scientific studies of them have been made. Scientific research is limited to occasional tests of drugs or hormones for the cure of male impotence.