Valentine’s Day might just be the perfect time to reinvigorate your marriage. It’s also a timely occasion to boost any romantic relationship, for that matter. But chocolates, long-stem roses, a sweet dinner out… that’s all well and good, however, it may not be enough to rekindle a fire that’s gone cold. The heart may be willing, but intimacy often is more than wishful intentions. It’s a physical activity that requires physical ability.
If problems arise (or the moment fails to arise), chances are it could be Erectile Dysfunction (ED). The fact is, 30 million American men may be afflicted on a continuing basis. And it periodically affects nearly all adult males. Of course, many remedies have become available in recent years to solve this age-old problem.
The Boston Method® was developed utilizing the 20 years of experience, advanced understanding, and specialized skills of the worldwide Boston Medical Group physician network. The method itself is based on the unique understanding that treating sexual dysfunction requires a personalized assessment and treatment program for each patient. The Boston Method is not a one-size-fits-all approach, which is often overly simplistic and ineffective as a result. In order to create the most comfortable patient experience and optimal treatment outcome, The Boston Method® places a special emphasis on three important factors: a confidential experience in the medical center, the evaluation of each patient’s medical history and diagnostic testing, and the determination of the most appropriate treatment options specifically for each patient.
The Love Bird Holiday.
Valentine’s Day has somewhat unusual origins. “Ancient Romans would sacrifice animals during the mid-February Feast of Lupercalia and later smack women with the hides of the animals they just murdered — because, of course, this would make them fertile. It’s since evolved into a day celebrating love thanks to the ‘romanticization’ of the holiday by authors such as Chaucer and Shakespeare and was further spurred on by Hallmark, which started mass producing valentines in 1913.
Modern-day lovebirds may be looking forward to some romantic time with their partner, but in some cases, high expectations can seriously impact the holiday’s success. Also, single people may be looking at the upcoming holiday with dread, as the lack of a lover may cause some negative feelings and a serious case of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out).”**
What’s Love Got to Do With It?
Over half of Americans in a relationship are set to enjoy the best sex of the year this Valentine’s Day, according to a new survey. In fact, 58 percent of American couples say they have better sex on Valentine’s Day than any other day of the year. But that’s not all — 85 percent of Americans in a relationship say that their sexual needs take a backseat to their partner’s needs on V-Day.
The new survey of 2,000 Americans in a relationship, conducted by One Poll on behalf of a sex toy brand, offered an intimate glimpse into the sex lives of Americans when it comes to the most romantic holiday.
The data backs up the claim that our partners’ needs are more important when it comes to Valentine’s Day — 54 percent of survey respondents say that their partners are noticeably more generous in bed when Feb. 14 rolls around. Interestingly, 52 percent of Americans say they won’t be having sex on Valentine’s Day — they’ll be making love.
Wait a minute…there’s a difference? According to 82 percent of Americans surveyed: yes.
And making love is very distinctly different from having sex, so say the results. For example, 68 percent of Americans say making love is “more passionate” and another 54 percent say making love consists of a lot more eye contact.
Four in 10 say that making love lasts longer than regular old sex, and 26 percent say there’s a lit candle present, too. So how do you know if you’re making love or having sex? Say 81 percent of Americans, “you’ll just know in the moment!”***
The Boston Medical Centers For Better Love Making
Having treated hundreds of thousands of men worldwide, Boston Medical Group physicians understand both the physical and psychological effects of sexual dysfunction. With that in mind, all of Boston Medical Group medical centers are built with individual waiting rooms to create comfortable and private patient experience. All visits are by appointment only to limit the amount of patients in the office at any given time. Further, The Boston Method® is designed so that all testing and treatment is completed right there in the office without the need for any off-site travel.
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