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Minerals to Help You Perform Better in Bed

By Suzana Mikolova Mar12,2021

Minerals to Help You Perform Better in Bed

Alongside all of those vitamins that you are supposed to be taking for your general health and well-being, there are many important minerals that you should be incorporating into your diet. When your Grandmother tells you to “take your Vitamins’ what she really means to say is to take your vitamins and minerals, because your body needs one just as much as the other.

Aside from helping to strengthen up your immune system, helping with your blood flow and providing you strength, energy and stamina, certain minerals are also very essential for a healthy sex life. These minerals help in the production of sex hormones and even help guarantee a higher sperm count. These things are just as important in maintaining a healthy erection as those synthetic nitric oxide boosters are.

Here are three important sex minerals that you need to make sure that you are getting enough of:


Magnesium is a needed component for the production of both estrogen and androgen: both important sex hormones, It is also a needed component in two important neurotransmitters: dopamine and norepinephine. Getting enough magnesium in your diet will ensure that you have the right amount of drive and desire.


Selenium plays a vital role in sperm production in men. In fact, 50% of the selenium that men utilize can be found in the testes. However, not only is this mineral vital for your sperm count, it is also used during peak sexual performance. Making sure that you are getting enough selenium in your diet will help make both you and your sperm more motile and mobile.


Not only should you be taking zinc in order to get over a cold, you should also be taking it in order to get over a lowered libido. Zinc is essential for the production of testosterone. Testosterone, as we all know, is the king of all male hormone and absolutely essential when it comes to sex drive. Studies have shown that Zinc deficiency in men not only leads to low libido but is also linked with prostate disease, so make sure that you are getting enough of it, not just during the cold and flu season.

While prescription medications such as Viagra and Levitra like to pass themselves as the essential thing that all men suffering from ED need, sometimes all that is really needed are the right amounts of the right vitamins and minerals. Before resorting to drugs that have long lists of potential side effect why not try looking into ways that are more safe and natural?

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