All kinds of awkward things can happen when you are getting hot and bothered. How both of you respond to awkward sex moments says a lot about your relationship, both now and in the future.
There is so much pressure on athletes to perform well that often their psychilogical well being suffers. However, with a new approach called mindfulness-acceptance-commitment (MAC), athletes are on their way to better mental health and better performance as well.
A couple years ago I attended a performance at one of those trendy yet underground clubs on the Lower East Side. Normally, I wouldn’t even be able to get into that place, but since my friend had recently started cocktail waitressing there, we were ushered past the long line and escorted to one of those exclusive tables that everyone outside would have killed at which to be seated.
In the past, erectile dysfunction — which affects 20-30 million American men — has been chalked up to factors like anxiety, stress, smoking and bad hygiene. While Viagra and other pills can offer a solution, there's something else men can do to ensure they perform better in bed: check their habits.
Bad breath, bleeding gums, and crooked teeth are definite turn offs, but poor oral hygiene may hamper mens sexual prowess even further—by causing erectile dysfunction.