Health is important. In fact, it’s a matter of life and death. It should–if you value your life at all–be of the gravest concern, yet there are those who spend more time selecting their brand of toothpaste than the providers of their health services. When my doctor prescribes medication for me I head to the internet to find out as much as I possibly can about it–side-effects, interactions and so on that may have a bearing on my particular circumstances and that my doctor may have missed–before I take it. But a lot of people will take anything recommended by some quack or other without devoting a single particle of thought to it. They see something like the following and rush out in their ovine flocks to enrich the person who penned the following:
Don’t let your prostate problems get the better of you…
Reclaim your sexual freedom
And I PROMISE
your wife will be begging for more!
Your doctor says it’s inevitable….
It’s the awkward part of getting older.
Your sexual vigour and desire drops… Your hair turns grey… Wrinkles form… Your eyes get weaker…
Your bones get brittle.
That’s just how it is, right?
Remember when you first met your wife?
When you simply could not keep your hands off each other. Every flat surface was an invitation you couldn’t resist and you had enough stamina for days.
Your wife might’ve had a lot to complain about at the time but it certainly wasn’t in that department… Do you remember how that felt?
The truth is that sex is an awesome, exciting, exhilarating and fun part of life. And as men it’s a big part of our identity.
And we’re supposed to just give that up? Who made these rules anyway???