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- Impotence Away,Light Up Your Life Fire:
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- What is Erection? or Exactly,What is Penile Erection?
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- What is love Exactly? Maybe someone would laugh at this question.
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What is love Exactly? Maybe someone would laugh at this question.
What is love Exactly?
"Can one speak of loving without declaring love,without declaring war,beyond all possible neutrality?Without confessing,be it the unspeakable?"
Maybe someone would laugh at this question.If you're one of an estimated 150 million men worldwide who have impotence (or erectile dysfunction) you will know that sex is no laughing matter.
Love: What from a dictionary explains as follows:
1.Love is a noun, which describes A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness. or A feeling of intense desire and attraction toward a person with whom one is disposed to make a pair; the emotion of sex and romance.
2. Love means Sexual passion.Sexual intercourse. such as A love affair.An intense emotional attachment, as for a pet or treasured object.A person who is the object of deep or intense affection or attraction; beloved. Often used as a term of endearment.An expression of one's affection: Send him my love. etc.
Is this love?
Her pulse quickens, her eyes brighten and her stomach flutters when he's near. She can't concentrate, but doesn't care. She's lively, giddy, euphoric. Is this love?
Not exactly - but it could be a beginning. These behaviors are common in an initial stage of love known as "infatuated love," says Blair Justice, Ph.D., professor emeritus of psychology at The University of Texas School of Public Health at Houston. Justice is the author of five award-winning books that explore how being in love affects our physical health.
Before answering this question of questions, it's important to understand that one person's love is another person's like, is another person's lust, etc. Each of us moves at our own pace along the continuum of human emotion. At any time, "like" can morph into "love," primitive "lust" can evolve into higher-level "like," and so on.
In other words, there is no easy solution to defining this most complex of emotions. Love, at best, Inspires Euphoric Highs and at worst, anguished lows.
In a 1988 study, researchers at Yale University attempted to lock in love's lingo by identifying the three types of romantic love that humans experience,Infatuated love,Compassionate love, and Consummate love.
"Infatuated love has only one element - passion. At this juncture, feelings may evolve into a deeper form of love, or not," Justice explains.
The second type of love,compassionate love,incorporates intimacy and commitment, but no passion. Two people experiencing compassionate love can enjoy a comfortable, predictable relationship, perhaps even a marriage - but without the "sizzle."
Consummate, complete love is the only type that includes all three ingredients: Passion, Intimacy and Commitment.
"You hit the jackpot when you find Consummate Love. Not only do you get the cake (the deep-level feelings), but you also get the icing (romantic sparks flying)," Justice says. "This is the gold standard,the ultimate achievement."
For some, the trek to intimacy is as strenuous as scaling Mount Everest.
The Other 'F' Words:"Do you desire true intimacy?" Justice asks. "If so, you've got to be willing to disclose the three "F"s - fears, failures and fantasies. Doing so renders you vulnerable, but it's an emotional investment you must make to achieve true love," he says.
Men, taught to be infallible and strong from childhood, frequently fail at intimacy, Justice adds, which explains why so many never progress past the infatuated love stage.
Taking Love to the Lab:
Regardless of what type of love you're experiencing, chances are you may be healthier than if you were not in love at all," Justice says.
That's because the same bodily chemicals that make our lovestruck pulses pound and our hearts skip beats can do wonders for our physical health. Attachment, it seems, is fundamentally rooted in brain chemistry.
Take, for example, endorphins. First discovered in 1975, endorphins are credited with enhancing the immune system, relieving pain, reducing stress, and postponing the aging process. Activated through physical exercise (sex included), endorphins produce the "runner's high" and the athlete's "second wind." Rather than feeling pain and exhaustion while running, endorphins may actually help us feel limber and energized toward the end of a race.
Sexual activity, from commencement to completion, can increase endorphin production as much as 200 percent, say researchers at Johns Hopkins University .
"This explains why people consumed in the torrid throes of a hot romance can stay up all night, then go to work the next morning feeling energized," Justice says.
As endorphins escalate, additional chemicals crescendo, including the "pleasure" chemical Dopamine, and Norepinephrine, a neurotransmitter related to positive reinforcement.
An intoxicating chemical cocktail now surges through the psyche.
While this "romantic rush" works wonders for some, it can become a junkie's high for others. "Some people become 'love addicts' moving methodically from one person to another, staying only long enough to get through the initial attraction," Justice says.
Better Than Botox:
David Weeks, Ph.D., a neuropsychologist at Royal Edinburgh Hospital and author of Secrets of the Super Young , found that individuals in a committed relationship who have sex four to five times a week look more than 10 years younger than the average person who has sex twice a week.
Indulging in promiscuous sex, however, promoted, rather than reduced, the aging process.
Ongoing physical contact, not just sex alone, releases not only endorphins but also the Hormone Oxytocin, which plays a part in human bonding. Together, the two chemicals(endorphins and oxytocin) are like natural hallucinogen that help stabilize a romantic relationship by inducing what Michel Odent, M.D., of London 's Primal Health Research Center and author of the book The Scientification of Love, calls a "drug-like dependency."
Not very romantic, but still, it's the glue that binds, Justice says.
Intimate touching, whether holding hands, walking arm-in-arm, or softly stroking a lover's face, has also been shown to increase certain antibodies that fight disease and promote growth hormones, he says.
Studies show that premature infants in hospital nurseries produce increased growth hormones when held and stroked by nurses, a phenomenon that has convinced many hospitals to adopt "touching measures" designed to help babies thrive in neonatal nurseries.
The Human Factor:
In his book Love and Survival, noted cardiologist Dean Ornish, M.D., who incidentally studied under Justice's tutelage, writes "love and intimacy are at the root of what makes us sick and what makes us well, what causes sadness and what brings happiness, what makes us suffer and what leads to healing." Love, Ornish believes, has as important an impact on a patient's cardiovascular health as diet, smoking, genetics or exercise.
Recently, researchers at the Institute for HeartMath in Boulder Creek , Calif. discovered that, like the brain, the heart produces chemicals in response to emotions. Love results in a very rhythmic, coherent, beating pattern, while negative emotions spawn erratic patterns.
This conclusion is borne out by more than 50 years of scientific studies.
In a 1952 study, male students at Harvard University completed surveys regarding the nature of their relationships with their parents. Thirty-five years later, the respondents, now in their 50s, underwent physical exams. More than 90 percent of the men who lacked a loving parental relationship suffered from coronary artery disease, hypertension, ulcers and alcoholism. This was double the percentage of illness in men who reported loving parental relationships.
At Case Western Reserve University ,10,000 married men answered the question,"Does your wife show you her love ?" A follow-up study five years later revealed that those who answered "yes" experienced significantly less angina, despite risk factors such as elevated cholesterol, diabetes and high blood pressure.
Numerically speaking, some researchers believe that happily married men and women with heart disease can live almost four years longer than unmarried healthy individuals. Married people who are 20 pounds overweight still have a longer life expectancy than healthy, unmarried people, studies show.
Love and Sex Ability:Black Comedy Story
In a story and some classical movie proposed by Director Krzysztof Kieślowski,which named While,themed on the "French Revolutionary ideals",it tells a story Starting in Paris,Karol,a shy man who,immigrated to Paris with his wife from their homeland Poland.
"White" begins in Paris, where Karol (Zbigniew Zamachowski), a hardworking Polish hairdresser, is being sued for divorce by his coldblooded French wife,Dominique (Julie Delpy).The reason of divorce,from Dominique's propose,Karol lost his sex ability and became impotence suddently,and some others,Dominique complainted that she became anxiety and depression because can not get much love and sex from Karol.Along with his wife,he loses his means of support(a beauty salon they jointly owned),his legal residency in France,and the rest of his cash in a series of mishaps,and is soon a beggar.He only retains a 2 franc coin.
Having lost his wife, his shop and his self-respect, Karol takes to playing Polish folk songs on a comb in the subway, until he is rescued by a fellow Pole, Mikolaj (Janusz Gajos), a professional bridge player who smuggles him back to Warsaw in a trunk. In a Paris Métro station, performing songs for spare change, Karol meets and is befriended by another Pole, Mikołaj (Janusz Gajos). While Karol has lost his wife and his property,Mikołaj is married and successful, he offers Karol a job consisting of killing someone who wants to be dead but does not have enough courage to do it himself. Through a hazardous scheme, Mikołaj helps him return to Poland hidden in the suitcase shown at the beginning of the film, which is later stolen by employees at the airport. He returns to working as a hairdresser with his brother (Jerzy Stuhr).
Karol takes a job as a bodyguard in a seemingly innocent cash exchange office. Mikołaj meets Karol in a Warsaw Metro tunnel for the execution of the "suicide", it turns out to be that Mikołaj is the intended victim and asks Karol to kill him. Karol shoots a blank into Mikołaj's chest and asks him if he really wants to go through with it as the next bullet is real. Mikołaj refuses and is able to feel alive again. Using his position as a deceptively foolish bodyguard, Karol spies on his bosses and discovers their scheme to purchase different pieces of land that they knew were going to be targeted by big companies for development and resell for large profits. Karol beats them to it, and then tells his ex-bosses that if they kill him all his estate shall go to the Church, and they are therefore forced to purchase all the land from him.
With the money he gained from this scheme and with the payment from Mikołaj, the two go into business (of a vaguely defined but possibly illegal nature) together. Karol becomes ruthlessly ambitious, focusing his energies on money-making schemes while learning French and brooding over his wife's abandonment. He uses his new financial influence in a world where, as several characters observe, "you can buy anything" to execute a complex scheme to first win back Dominique, and then destroy her life by faking his own death after which she is imprisoned for his 'murder'.
Once back in the modest home he shares with his brother Jurek (Jerzy Stuhr), Karol vows never to be humiliated again, and sets about amassing a fortune in Warsaw's unscrupulous new currency and real estate markets.Back to Poland,Karol recovered his sex vigor and language ability.To lure Dominique back to Poland and revenge, he fakes his own death, then frames her for his murder. But when he sees her in prison, he realizes that he still loves her; she sees him and begins to cry.The final image of the film shows Karol staring at Dominique through the window of her prison cell, while crying.
This story tells that bindings of sexual ability playing some importance in the so called romantic love,whatever type it is,whether passionate love or vanity love,and sex ability at least shares same importance as language and other factors.
Justice proposes several explanations:
"We all have a basic human desire to connect with other human beings. Alienation and loneliness induce stress, which eventually takes a toll on one's physical health," he explains.
Then, there are the practical, less philosophical explanations. "Compared to their single counterparts, most married men have a distinct advantage. Their wives plan balanced meals, cook, and nag their husbands to keep doctors' appointments," Justice explains. "I'm not saying women should be relegated to caretakers. But generally speaking, they're better at running the show."
Avoiding risky sex is another marital advantage in light of today's dicey dating scene, he adds.
The overriding message, confirmed again and again by decades of research, is that the power of love improves our health, Justice says.
"We can all be reassured that the more we love and are loved, the healthier we become."
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