20th July 2018
low sperm count

What you need to know about a low sperm count

What is a low sperm count? A low sperm count means that the seminal fluid, or semen, you ejaculate during a climax, contains fewer sperm than normal. Your sperm count is considered low if you have fewer than 15 million sperm per millilitre of semen. Having a low sperm count reduces the odds that you will easily fertilise a female’s egg in order for pregnancy to occur. In view of the fact that that the average ejaculation is only about half a teaspoon of semen, it appears that millions and millions of healthy sperm are needed for conception. Things to […]
16th July 2018
How Boozing Can Dampen the Fire in Your Sex Life

How Boozing Can Dampen the Fire in Your Sex Life

Dutch courage is short-lived at the best of times! A couple of drinks will transform someone with bedroom-jitters into a confident lover in the bedroom. The danger is that as time goes by, you may need more than just a couple of cocktails to keep the good times rolling. Alcohol is a depressant, and heavy use can lead to a lack of sexual desire in both men and women. It may also be difficult for a man to achieve and maintain an erection, and both men and women could have difficulty reaching a climax. Studies have shown that it is […]
13th July 2018
Improve your sexuality with a potent B vitamin

Improve your sexuality with a potent B vitamin

How to protect yourself from erectile dysfunction (ED) issues A man is considered to have ED if he regularly has difficulty getting and maintaining an erection firm enough to complete the sexual act. This will be a grave concern if a satisfactory sexual performance has been impossible to achieve for some time. Studies have revealed that ED is better understood these days, and that there are several treatments available which have resulted in much success for distressed men. Causes of erectile dysfunction vary, and they may include some medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, some […]
5th July 2018
Sex After a Heart Attack

Sex After a Heart Attack

How safe is it to have sex after a heart attack? If you have survived a heart attack, you may be a bit concerned about when you may be able to have more action in the bedroom. This is a question which many who have suffered a heart attack may have asked themselves, and even their doctors have not been able to fully give answers. This question may not only be on the mind of someone who has suffered a heart attack, but also those who have had open-heart vascular bypass surgery, or the insertion of an arterial stent. These […]
28th June 2018

Trichomoniasis – a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) you may not know about!

What is Trichomoniasis? This common STD is a single-cell parasite which thrives in the moist environment of the vagina. When viewed through a microscope they look like miniscule stingrays, whipping their long tails about as they speed back and forth on the slide.   It is an unbelievably contagious STD, spread by sexual contact, and studies have shown that women often have the infection for a few months before symptoms develop. This STD can affect both women and men. Trichomoniasis is spread by all types of sexual contact – vaginal, oral, anal, and even genital touching. What are the symptoms […]

More Articles

2nd July 2015

Premature Ejaculation – Help is available

What is Premature Ejaculation? Premature Ejaculation is also known as  early ejaculation, premature climax,rapid ejaculation and, historically, ejaculatio praecox. The average time for a man to achieve ejaculation is 4 to 8 minutes. If, instead, orgasm and ejaculation occur within a minute this is termed premature ejaculation. Men experiencing the problem of premature ejaculation often report emotional and relationship problems. Some avoid sexual relations due to embarrassment about this condition. What causes Premature Ejaculation? There are many theories regarding the causes of premature ejaculation. These include masturbation at an early age, performance anxiety, passive-aggression or having too little sex. There is, however, […]
27th July 2015

kegel exercise and your sexual health

What is Kegel Exercise? Kegel exercise is also known as pelvic floor exercise. It is done by repeatedly contracting the pelvic floor muscles. These muscles have now become known as the Kegel muscle. They were first described by Arnold Henry Kegel. Kegel was an American gynecologist and Assistant Professor of Gynecology at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of South Carolina. These exercises were invented in order to reduce urinary incontinence in women after childbirth. They also help combat premature ejaculation and increase the size and intensity of erections. How do I do Kegel Exercises? Find the muscles you use […]
21st September 2015

Fantastic Tips to help him last longer in bed

 The challenge According to Sexologist Vanessa Marin It’s unfortunate fact of life that the average man requires far less time to reach orgasm than the average woman. Most men can orgasm in under five minutes, while women typically require 20 minutes. It’s important to note that this is not primarily a medical problem – it’s just a fact of life. Various studies have shown that the problem affects between 20 to 30 percent of men! That means there are a lot of frustrated women out there and a lot of relationship problems caused by this issue. The solution Below is a […]
7th October 2015

5 Positive Psychology practices guaranteed to make you happier

Positive psychology Mostly, if you think about going to a psychologist, it’s about dealing with problems. Perhaps marriage problems or emotional problems, neurotic thinking or behaviour, anxiety and depression. This is really how traditional psychology developed historically. As a means of helping people deal with problems. But what about happiness – a scientific study of happiness instead of all this focus on misery? This is what Positive Psychology is all about. It was started and made popular by American psychologist, educator and author Professor Martin Seligman. Here is how it’s described on the official positive psychology website. Positive Psychology is […]
26th October 2015

The best relationship advice you’ll ever get

Get the best relationship advice! There’s no doubt about it! Relationships are hard. It’s hard to find the right person and even once you do it’s hard to maintain the relationship and to allow each-other space to grow. So we all need some help from the experts! And you’ll find it right here where The Cheat Sheet has gathered the best relationship advice from the best relationship experts. 1) Take it easy This advice comes from Dr. Paul Hokemeyer  licensed marriage and family therapist and senior clinical adviser to Caron Ocean Drive . Doctor Hokemeyer insists “easy does it”! Often our insecurities and […]
3rd November 2015

What are the Best Foods for Sexual Health?

Eat your way to better sexual health According to registered dietitian, athlete and nutrition spokesperson Julie Upton eating the right foods is an excellent and enjoyable way to improve sexual health. She quotes sexual health expert Doctor Jennifer Berman: “There’s a growing body of evidence that some of the vitamins and components in foods can enhance sexual function and sexual experience.” Below are 6 foods that have all been found to benefit your sexual health. 1) Avocados Persea americana commonly known as Avocados have a very long history of use. They are thought to have originated in the Mexican state Puebla but fossil […]
30th November 2015

Grow your own Herbs

Why grow Herbs Herbs are fantastic. Not only do they add flavour to your food but they also have a stack of healthful properties. They are also easier to grow than fruits or vegetables and can be grown in much smaller gardens, on patios and even in sunny places indoors. Find out  more about how and what to grow below. How to create a Herb Garden Stodels suggests you should start by deciding what type of herb garden youwant to start. Herbs can be used ornamentaly  or for cosmetic, medicinal or cullinary purposes. Once you have done this: Make a list of all […]
9th December 2015

Grow your own Herbs: Part II

5 more fantastic herbs to grow and enjoy Welcome to Part II of Grow your own herbs – today we discuss 5 more ever-popular herbs that you can grow in your garden or in a sunny spot in your home. Chives:  Chives is the common name for Allium Schoenoprasum. It is a perennial plant found widely in Eurpoe, Asia and North America. The English name Chives comes from the French “Cive” which in turn comes from the Latin word for onion “Cepa”. Chives are a very popular herb and can be found in grocery stores but is also often grown […]
15th December 2015

The top 10 anti-aging Herbs and Spices

Herbs and spices for your health In this article alternative health guru Dr. Joseph Mercola explains how these ten commonly available herbs and spices can prevent disease and combat aging. Doctor Mercola is very well respected in the world of alternative medicine – below are his top 10 choices of herbs and spices found in many kitchens that have been shown to combat aging and prevent disease. He recommends adding a selection of these herbs and spices to your regular diet in order to get their health benefits. Even 1 teaspoon a day will have a positive effect on your health. […]
18th December 2015

Beat Stress and Depression the Natural Way with 5-HTP

What is 5-HTP? 5-HTP is the short name for 5-hydroxytryptophan. It is extracted from the seed of the Griffonia Simplicifolia plant which is found in West Africa. In humans it is the immediate precursor to the neurotransmitter Serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine). This means that 5-HTP is directly converted into serotonin in the brain.   Why is Serotonin important? Serotonin has many vitally important functions in the human body and brain. It is involved in the control of sleep, appetite, learning and memory, regulation of body temperature, regulation of mood and sexual behaviour, cardiovascular function, regulation of the endocrine system as well as muscle […]
5th January 2016

Best Health Tips for 2016!

So you’ve survived the silly season more or less intact and are, perhaps, getting ready to tackle another year and hopefully make some healthy changes. Below are 8 excellent health tips collected by WTOP that are sure to help you start the year off on the right foot! 1) Take charge of your health According to Doctor Warren Levy, Chief Medical Officer at Virginia Heart, one of the absolutely essential things to take care of is your heart. And a good place to start is, if you are a smoker – STOP! Smoking is the single worst thing that you […]
13th January 2016

14 secrets to living longer

Most of us would like to live better for longer. Happily each year life expectancy is going up and we are learning more and more about how to stay healthy well into one’s seventies and beyond. Below are some tips based on expert studies in longevity from around the world. Put as many as you can into practice and start reaping the benefits today. 1) Protect Your DNA A key factor that determines the rate of aging is the length of the ends of chromosomes called telomeres. These telomeres can be compared to plastic tips on shoelaces – they stop […]