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I've been told chocolate helps with sexual desire, any truth in this? I was also told exercise helps, but that just seems like it would tire me out..
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Sexual desire, or lack there of, can be influenced by a lot of things, both physical and mental. A lot of things can help increase libido, but there are no real, work 100% of the time, for every single person who tries sort of aphrodisiacs.

Exercise, for example, can help because of the endorphins it releases in your body. Plus, a lot of people report that being healthier overall makes them feel better in a lot of ways - ie, can help you sleep, make you feel more rested and energized during the day, etc. Does that mean that it's going to increase everyone's sexual desire? No.

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quote:
Originally posted by dailicious:
Sexual desire, or lack there of, can be influenced by a lot of things, both physical and mental. A lot of things can help increase libido, but there are no real, work 100% of the time, for every single person who tries sort of aphrodisiacs.

Exercise, for example, can help because of the endorphins it releases in your body. Plus, a lot of people report that being healthier overall makes them feel better in a lot of ways - ie, can help you sleep, make you feel more rested and energized during the day, etc. Does that mean that it's going to increase everyone's sexual desire? No.

Thank you.
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