“Cold Water on your Testicles will Increase your Testosterone Production, Naturally Enhance your Libido and Fertility”

Sperm production, testosterone production, fertility, libido and sex drive are all related.  The temperature of your testicles affects all of the above.

Studies have shown that laptops (which heat up), when placed on the lap of males for extended periods of time, have been shown to lower fertility.  So does taking long hot water baths or being in a jacuzzi for too long.

A man’s testicles are meant to be colder then their body temperature.  That’s why in hot weather, your nuts drop far from your body, to keep cooler than your body.

Hot water = bad for manhood… cold water = better for manhood.

Recently, the University of California at San Francisco did a study where men were exposed to 30 minutes of “wet heat” (hot baths and such) a week. When the men cut this exposure out, their sperm count went up by 491%, and their sperm’s motility improved as well.

On top of this, according to a study done in 1993 by the Thrombosis Research Institute in England, cold water showers actually increase testosterone production in men. Increased testosterone levels not only naturally boost a man’s libido and erection quality, but also his overall strength and energy level.

I love researching and finding out ways to become a more potent, virile, manly man without medication.  Hope this was of some help to you.

For more information on exercises and techniques to naturally increase your libido, erection quality, sexual stamina and penis size, click here…

See ya ’round!

-David Carreras aka Mr. Manpower
Mr. Manpower’s Guide to
Overall Manhood Enhancement
“the ultimate sex guide for men… male potency without drugs“

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