For both men and women, sexual health is a topic that never gets old – even when we do! I know that you want to have a vibrant, exciting sex life at every age. But this means you have to break through taboos and stereotypes and speak honestly and openly about how to stay sexually active. If you have questions about you or your partner’s sexual health, don’t miss this week’s show.
My first guest, Debbie Marielle Elzea, is a registered psychotherapist and intimacy expert. Debbie says that intimacy is “an art, a skill, and a science” and talks about the complexity of female sexual pleasure and how to tap into the energy of sex. She describes how to be a “sexual explorer” with your partner and gives us three tips for how to reinvigorate your sex life.
My second guest is bestselling author Dr. Jeffry Life, an expert on anti-aging and men’s sexual health. We talk about two sensitive but crucial topics for couples of all ages: erectile dysfunction (ED) and premature ejaculation. His focus is to increase his patients’ vascular health and overall wellness through a regime of exercise, nutrition and supplements. He shares:
- How to deal with a male partner’s dysfunction and restore sexual intimacy.
- The difference between andropause and menopause.
- The benefits, and optimal range, of a healthy Testosterone level.
- How Kegel exercises can help prevent premature ejactulation.
Dr. Life and I agree that in addition to cardio and resistance training, and proper nutrition, you should support your adrenals with Mighty Maca to boost your immunity and promote vitality.
Like I always say, there’s no such thing as TMI, you can ask or tell me anything. That’s true for women and men. I believe both sexes need to approach sexual health with an open mind and a willingness to try new things and learn new information. While our bodies do change over time, we can still stay vibrant and active. Above all we have to be kind and patient, with ourselves and each other. That’s what true intimacy is all about.