Wednesday, July 2, 2008

The art of love making


Love life is very important for any relationships to survive and it can make or break any steady relationships in minutes. The art of love making has been there for centuries in kamasutra but
the theory itself is not enough, actual love making is much difficult to than just watching or reading about it. There have been many manuals trying to explain the various positions and the elusive G spot, but not much have focused on the physical ability and the practical aspect of love making.

The fact and the bottom line remains the same how to assist and improve your love life , the bets and most affective method is to use supportive drugs which improve your stamina as well love making capacity by leaps and bounds. Among such drugs are Cialis which is actually nothing but tadalafil ,Propecia and the very famous Viagra developed by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer. These drugs are used to
treat male erectile dysfunction (impotence) and pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), but have been found to improve the love making capacity of even the general and sexually fit males too. This the main reason why these drugs are in high demand as everyone is eager to satisfy their partners in bets way, and taking drugs along way seems a fair trade to people.

A good session of love if nothing else is a great way to loose extra calories and a good way to burn fat, a regular session takes any where from 300 - 500 calories . The better your body is physically the better you will at it, and a slim figure is most preferred too. Many people hit the gym while other use operation as a way to loose weight and now there are also Slimming Pills , which offers a side effect free way to lose weight without spending
the whole day sweating in the gym.

on the lighter note, kamasutra for a GEEK with a laptop as partner :


Jasper Hillary said...

Viagra is now being used to treat not only erectile dysfunction (ED) but also pulmonary hypertension. And the drug may have potential for treating several other conditions, according to a recent report.