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Valentine’s Day, the one day each year where love is meant to be embraced and celebrated on mass.  Are you amongst the large swathe of people who feel over pressurised to perform on Valentine’s Day?  If you are in a relationship there can be many expectations on the day and the pressure to express yourself in an intimate way can cause stress and anxiety.

Valentine’s Day may make some of us feel obliged to be more in love, more romantic or can cause performance anxiety, not to mention the financial burden the day can bring.  It could derail a couple’s relationship, not enhance it.  Expressing our true intimate feelings in a card can be hard enough, but what about in the bedroom?  Intimacy in any relationship is so important but what does it actually mean?  Dictionaries tell us that intimacy is a certain closeness, an affinity, a rapport, close friendship, having warm feelings, understanding, love-making, the act of love, carnal knowledge and sexual relations.  So intimate sex is more than just physical, it’s completely entwined with our emotions. But when you are stressed out or anxious this creates the ‘fight or flight’ response in the body, releasing stress hormones which can be totally counter-productive for lovemaking.

In men, stress hormones constrict blood vessels throughout the body and lessen the blood flow to the penis hindering erections, and in women this constriction also occurs causing vaginal dryness and compromised blood flow to the clitoris so clitoral engorgement is unlikely. All of which dampens the interest and the desire for sexual intercourse and of course creating further stress between a couple.  Sexual function can be affected by a busy lifestyle, stress, fatigue and poor health that can all lead to low energy and poor sexual function, manifesting itself in symptoms such as low libido, loss of stamina and interest, impotence and poor sexual performance.    However, these physiological responses are surmountable with the help of some long trusted natural ingredients.

O2B S-energy is a synergistic blend of herbs that can help overcome sexual performance anxiety or other sexual health issues.   The chosen ingredients have a long proven history to enhance sexual prowess.  Alone each herb offers benefits to calm the mind, heighten function, form and desire but together these herbs cover all the bases of libido, enhancing stamina, desire, endurance and can redress erectile dysfunction (ED).

This very synergistic formula contains Horny Goat Weed, Tribulus Terrestris, Oats (Avena sativa), L-Arginine and Maca Root Powder.  All of which support a healthy libido, enhance energy and stamina, help improve ED, increase sexual desire that will gradually heighten sensations, increase desire, improve energy and bring a new confidence to the bedroom.

Horny Goat Weed was named very aptly hundreds of years ago by a goat herder who noticed when his goats ate this herb they were more sexually active.  It actively promotes blood to fill the arteries and the three cylinders of the penis that create an erection, Horny Goat Weed has also been shown to increase sexual desire, activity and partner sexual satisfaction.  Tribulus the libido reviver, improves the desire for sex and has been proven to help with ED.  Oats calm the central nervous system and help to relax the mind, but Avena Sativa are also known as wild oats that promote sexual arousal and desire.  Peruvian Maca root has been touted as an aphrodisiac since Incan times, it’s incredibly nutrient dense.  Maca helps prevent vaginal dryness and ED and is also known as Peruvian Ginseng for increasing energy levels, boosting stamina, endurance and vitality.  L-Arginine is an essential amino acid that create Nitric Oxide which is directly involved in blood flow in erections and has been proven to help with male hydraulics and clitoral engorgement.

O2B S-Energy in conjunction with O2B XY Gel can promote positive physical intimacy by relieving anxiety, elevating mood, stabilizing stress hormone production, increasing the desire for sex, enhancing form and function, thus affording optimal sexual responses and pleasure.   Knowing this can help partners engage in emotional intimacy where revelations about feelings, thoughts, fears and desires can be shared not just in a card on Valentine’s Day but every day.

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