Scoop Love March 2015



MAN-CYCLOPE-DIA
Menopause (n)
The pet name for andr pausal syndrome (AS) the male equivalent of menopause
Symptoms include erectile dysfunction, problems with libido, decrease in beard growth, feeling depressed, irritable or anxious, joint and muscle complaints, sweating and increased need for sleep.
MAN-CYCLOPE-DIA  Menopause (n)  The pet name for andr pausal syndrome (AS) the male equivalent of menopause  Symptoms include erectile dysfunction, problems with libido, decrease in beard growth, feeling depressed, irritable or anxious, joint and muscle complaints, sweating and increased need for sleep.


Symptoms are thought to be caused by decreased levels of anabolic hormones, including testosterone, and are four times more common in men with heart failure researchers reported to the Heart Failure Congress 2015.




SAVE the DATE
Sure, Carrie Bradshaw’s bravado during drinks with Mr. Big looks cool, but when it comes to dating, confidence mightn’t be the bomb after all. In a new study at Queen’s College, self-confident singles tended to come across as arrogant while twitchy types were more attentive to the other person’s needs, shared more of them and appeared more interesting. Theory has it that nervous Nellies feel they need to work harder to win their date’s favor. Insecure people may have learned to be hyper aware
of their surroundings and be better able to perceive how they come across and adjust their behavior, researchers said.


38%

The proportion of women in their 20s who choose to keep their maiden name according to an analysis of Facebook’s UK users In their 30s, fewer women cling to their birth moniker (26 per cent), while most brides in their 60s snap up new surnames (88 per cent). While there, are no official figures for Australia, estimates put the percentage of brides keeping their maiden name at 20 to 40 per cent.




Do I make you HORNY, baby?
Haywire hormones, sore nipples...little wonder women lose their bedroom eyes
After popping out progeny But partners of new mothers also experience shifts in sexuality, suggests a study reported in The Journal of Sexual Medicine. Their excuse: fatigue and other factors related to caring for a new baby, University of Michigan researchers said.




Brain drain
Chronic disinterest in sex may stem from an anomalous blood flow pattern in the brain, suggests research reported in journal Fertility and Sterility.
When straight premenopausal women with symptoms of hypoactive sexual desire
Disorder watched explicit videos, imaging showed distinctive brain blood flow patterns related to abnormal activation of regions responsible for attentiveness to response to sexual stimuli. HSDD, which has no proven ‘remedy’, affects up to 20 per cent of women.


SMALLTAK STARTER
Did you know Viagra was developed in the '90s to increase the heart rate of sick babies? So... how do you know George?



The percentage of surveyed women who had experienced exercise-induced pleasure or orgasm on more than 11 occasions according to a recent Indiana University survey of women aged 18 to 63. While there’s no clear cause, researchers linked certain moves to the mmm-factor. Supporting the ‘coregasm’ theory coined in 1953, multiple sets of crunches and abdominal exercises in which you support your weight on your forearms and lift your knees towards your chest seem to be the G.O. for the Big O. (See what your Fuel Band 2 does with that.)
The percentage of surveyed women who had experienced exercise-induced pleasure or orgasm on more than 11 occasions according to a recent Indiana University survey of women aged 18 to 63. While there’s no clear cause, researchers linked certain moves to the mmm-factor. Supporting the ‘coregasm’ theory coined in 1953, multiple sets of crunches and abdominal exercises in which you support your weight on your forearms and lift your knees towards your chest seem to be the G.O. for the Big O. (See what your Fuel Band 2 does with that.)

All Fitness _ Scoop Love March 2015

Source: womenshealthandfitness.com.au

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