Monthly Archives: January 2014

Dapoxetine Priligy — The Secret to Long Lasting and Satisfying Sexual Activity

Premature ejaculation is a common condition among men wherein ejaculation occurs after a few minutes of penetration during sexual activity. Generally, it is accepted that the average time for males to reach climax during intercourse is approximately 7 minutes. If it is just 2-4 minutes then it is considered premature ejaculation. If you are one of those men suffering from this problem, then you need to take action now before it will be more devastating not only to your relationship but to your self-esteem also

We actually have herbal alternatives that are used to treat premature ejaculation. We also have a recently introduced drug in some of the markets in Europe that could be the solution to this problem. This is Dapoxetine Priligy. Dapoxetine Priligy is similar to a class of antidepressant drugs called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) and is prescribed to be taken as necessary or needed. Dapoxetine Priligy is not to be taken daily. It is usually recommended to take this an hour to three hours before sexual activity. Dapoxetine Priligy is eliminated from our body faster than other SSRIs. Continue reading

Stop Losing Your Hair with Finasteride 1mg

Hair loss can really be a big problem, especially for men who have the genetic condition of male pattern baldness.  A lot of women concerns mostly on how to style their hair and how to keep them soft and manageable, but for men though it is a bit different as some simply struggle on how to keep their hair.  This is because if you have the genetic trait, meaning an immediate family member is already manifesting baldness, if you are a man, then it won’t be long until you follow suit.

Normally, the condition of pattern baldness is not visible until the late twenties to the early thirties.  This does not mean though that this is the time that the hair loss condition attacks.  In truth, the condition starts as early as in your late teens and early twenties, although the result is not very much discernible until several years later.  This is because androgenic alopecia sneaks in very slowly.  The process of androgenic alopecia is that it thins out the hair follicles very slowly up to a point that they are thin and weak enough to support the growth of hair.  The thinning process can span years and hair loss is manifested only by the thinning of hair strands, the reduction of hair line, and the visibility of the scalp at the crown through the hair. Continue reading