Six Ways to Be a Healthier, Sexier Valentine

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 By Dr. Dudley Seth Danoff

The sexiest, most romantic day of the year

Are you in peak sexual condition? Whether you’re spending Valentine’s Day with a longtime partner or someone new, take steps to be a healthy valentine this year. Sex is a fantastic way to combat stress, improve cardiovascular health, and enhance emotional well-being, so both your body and your partner will thank you.

            Dr. Dudley Seth Danoff, a urologist and author of The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health, has an abundance of expert tips for staying in good condition so you can be your best in the bedroom. His advice is so essential because according to the Cleveland Clinic, 61 percent of men don’t regularly see a doctor—many are too embarrassed to ask their doctors about subjects like erectile dysfunction and prostate cancer, but failing to address these issues only makes them worse in the long run. Dr. Danoff’s advice has also helped men from all walks of life improve their sexual performance and confidence—when guys make healthy choices, they look better and feel better, and their increased self-esteem usually boosts their prowess in the bedroom. Many happy couples have reaped the benefits of Dr. Danoff’s expertise.

            Dr. Danoff is known for his candid and good-natured style that makes it easier for men (and their partners) to talk about and handle a myriad of medical situations. With humor and anecdotal stories, the colorful doctor offers all men and women the knowledge and confidence to achieve the pleasure they deserve.

            An author and requested guest on national radio and television shows, Dr. Danoff is a graduate of Princeton University and Yale University Medical School. He has taught on the clinical faculty of the UCLA School of Medicine for more than twenty-five years and is the founder and president of the prestigious Cedars-Sinai Tower Urology Medical Group in Los Angeles. Urologist to many Hollywood stars and the recipient of national and international honors, Dr. Danoff is also senior attending urologist at the Saban Los Angeles Free Clinic.

            If you need an expert on men’s health issues or tips for having a healthy, active sex life at any age (and on any day of the year), Dr. Danoff is available for radio and television interviews and has numerous articles available for your immediate use on a variety of topics:

1.     Invigorate Your Sex Life with Superfoods 

We all know poor food choices can negatively impact our health and our sex life. But men don’t necessarily need to overhaul their diet to significantly improve these areas of their life. Simple changes go a long way in boosting overall health and sexual stamina—and it’s never too late to start. Dr. Danoff discusses which foods to incorporate and which to avoid to feel and perform your best on Valentine’s Day. 

2.     The Best Aphrodisiac Might Not Be What You Expect

High expectations for sex and romance accompany Valentine’s Day, and the pressure often drives men to try various substances touted as performance boosters. Dr. Danoff shares his expert advice on what men should know about their health before taking any “magic pills” or other so-called performance enhancers. And he also reveals the secret of the best aphrodisiac of all—love.

3.     How Men Can Stay Safe in Today’s Sexual Environment

Nothing kills the mood more effectively than the possibility of catching or spreading a sexually transmitted infection or disease. STDs are neither sexy nor romantic, but they’ve been increasing in recent years. The time to worry about STDs is not during sex—you need a game plan before you get into bed with your valentine. Dr. Danoff discusses some common STDs and how to prevent their spread so you can enjoy Valentine’s Day without worry.

4.     How to Have a Healthy Valentine’s Day: Have Sex!

Sex not only is one of life’s great pleasures—and a way to express your love—but also provides excellent health benefits. Sex is good for your cardiovascular health, your mood, and your psychological well-being. It is a natural tranquilizer with no bad side effects, and it benefits circulation, stimulates the nervous system and the prostate gland, and clears up mental cobwebs by invigorating the whole body.

5.     Five Healthy Sex Habits for Men in 2020

Staying healthy is a year-long commitment, and Valentine’s Day is the perfect time for men to renew their wellness resolutions. As Dr. Danoff says, “To make sure those resolutions stick, it’s important to understand why we set them in the first place.” Whether you’re looking to combat lower testosterone levels or head off prostate cancer, with Dr. Danoff’s sexual health tips, you can have your healthiest and sexiest year yet.

6.     Valentine’s Day Is Not Just for the Young: 7 Ways to Stay Sexy as You Age

An ageless love life begins with a confident approach toward sex. Celebrate Valentine’s Day by exploring the possibilities—don’t let your age stop you. Adjust your sexual activities as your body changes, just as you adjust other activities, and as you age, learn to use your imagination to make up for any lack of physical strength with creativity.

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