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Erectile dysfunction is when a male cannot start, maintain, or looses an erection that is firm enough to have sexual intercourse. Occasional occurrences of this kind are not uncommon in males but if it happens frequently (more than 25% of the time) then it is termed erectile dysfunction.
The root cause for this condition can be physical or emotional. To test if the cause may be emotional be aware of nighttime erections. Normal males will have 3 to 5 per night and if you experience erectile dysfunction but continue with normal nighttime erections the problem is probably not physical. Emotional concerns are more common among younger men and almost all males experience some erectile dysfunction with aging. Physical problems include difficulties with the nerves to the penis, inadequate blood circulation to the penis, improper functioning of veins that trap blood and maintain erection and the signals from the brain that control all of these complexities.
Emotional causes may come from stress, depression or performance anxiety. Physical causes can be atherosclerosis or other blood flow diseases, nerve diseases, low hormone (testosterone) levels, excess use of alcohol or drugs, physical injury, scar tissue in the penis (Peyronie’s disease) or the side effects of some medication.
Erectile dysfunction is different than premature ejaculation, is not connected with male infertility and usually is not connected with male sex drive.
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Your sex life has gone from hot to not. Want to turn up the heat? Try some pillow talk. Too embarrassed to have “those kinds of words” come out of your mouth? Afraid you won’t do it right? Our sexperts share 5 secrets that’ll make your partner beg for more. Plus, how sexually adventurous are you? Take our quiz to find out...
I’m not sure how it happened, but sometime after the birth of my son I lost the ability to talk dirty in bed. I could do it before. In the heat of passion, I could say things that wouldn’t be out of place in a Sharon Stone movie.
Then suddenly, the best I could muster was, “Faster, slower, a little to the left, down a bit, there you go.” When it came to really titillating pillow talk, I drew a blank.
I was bewildered. My husband was puzzled and, I think, a little hurt. What had happened to his R-rated woman?
It was connected to having a baby, I knew. But the change surprised me. I’d figured I wouldn’t have a problem separating daytime “Mom” from nighttime “Vixen.”
But as my son’s second birthday approached, I had to admit that I’d underestimated the muzzling effect of motherhood. I needed some help.
Tonight your host Bill Bachman interviews Anna Hill from Angels of Light Paranormal, Society www.angelsoflightparanormal.yolasite.com. Anna has been into the Paranormal her entire life. She is an Empath. As Anna got older she became fanatical about everything paranormal, especially ghosts. After researching a little about Paranormal Investigations, she decided she wanted to be a paranormal investigator. She has worked with many people in the field, and while she respects everyone who has taught her and helped her get started, she has own ideals of how she likes my team to be.
She started Angels of Light Paranormal Society, out of Marysville, CA. She really enjoys doing residential based investigations. Growing up a terrified child, Anna felt she wanted to make that the basis of her own investigations: helping people to understand what was happening to them.
Not having anyone to talk to about what's happening to you on the paranormal level, is one of the lonliest feelings in the world. “Do they think I’m crazy? Will I lose friends? Will it hurt me?” Anna can’t think of anything much worse than when your life is being violated by something you don’t understand.
While it's rewarding to find something we feel is concrete to prove a haunting, it's equally rewarding to put someone’s mind at ease when there’s a low lying branch on their home that’s caused the nighttime “foot steps” through their house, or that high EMF from a fridge is the reason why they feel they are being watched as they fall asleep. Being on her team isn’t always “finding the ghost”. Anna feels an investigator should work with the same integrity as they would for a job that they love. Be honest and diligent.
Today's episode included the following topics:
*What does nighttime success look like? Is it the child staying dry throughout the night? Or the child being able to wake themselves to go in the middle of the night?
*Child is doing pretty great at night training but always has an accident very early in the morning, close to wake up time. Mom thinks she is still asleep. Child is also having accidents, only at home with mom. All other situations are great. Mom thinks she forgets about having to pee at home.
*Boy/girl twins, almost 3 yo; girl is doing great however, the little boy is a major dribbler...enough to have to change clothes each time.
*25 month girl who does wonderful outside of the house. While home, she isn't bothered at all by accidents.
*2.5 yo boy who did fantastic at first. Mom went right to block 2 but now child is having accidents and isn't bothered at all by them.
*26 month old girl previously had big fear of release. She is now over that and will pee once she starts "dancing". The problem she will NOT go when prompted. Mom wants to start night training but can't wrap her head around how her daughter will take to the night time waking/prompts.
*Trouble with transitioning to clothes.
*Homeschool question: how to balance homeschool and a business?
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For anyone who rationally contemplates the difficulties a one-armed man would face in actually making and suspending a 14 diameter clearly metallic object, and in doing so completely unobserved – for even one photograph – no further comments should even be necessary. But since the skeptics have been so persistent in their accusations, and so abysmally stupid as well, here are some of the questions that they must credibly answer about the model premise:
1. Where was the model made and concealed?
2. Who in Meiers area possesses the specialized skills required for this precision level of manufacture, at any size?
3. What is it made of?
4. Where were the materials obtained?
5. What was the cost of these materials?
6. Who paid for it?
7. How long did it take to make? (Remember, a two-armed model maker took four months to assemble his inferior model.)
8. What does it weigh, assuming even a 5' diameter metallic object, as suggested by one debunker?
9. How was it suspended at 30' by a one-armed man? (Setting up just one special effects shot with a 5' (let alone 14) object requires numerous people and lots of time. Meier took over 60 photos of the WCUFO, plus the video.)
10. Where is the model now, what happened to it, would something of this complexity - and value - just disappear?
11. With all of the photos, both day and nighttime, how could Meier have accomplished all of this unobserved and without accomplices?
12. Why hasn't ANYONE come forward to show that they made and/or now have it?
Today's episode included the following topics:
*Child was is doing great with pee and was doing great with poop. After some daycare accidents, she now regularly poops in her pants. There's no fear or resistance to pooping in the potty. She just got off track.
*Day 3, Block 1 with an 18 month old. Resistant and crying when put on the potty and will consistently pee on parents laps.
*Child is doing great during the day. Parents aren't night training but child wakes up when her diaper is wet and wants to be changed. She's dry at naptime. What to do?
*Child is 4 and completely day trained. Consistently wets the bed at night. She's a sound sleeper who doesn't even wake once she pees. What can the parents do besides wake her up at night to go?
*Day 2, Block 1 with 19 month old son who's not too happy about the whole thing.
*35 month old boy who had one self initiated poop and then started to withhold. Won't even poop in nap/nighttime diapers.
*Potty training is going great but child is suddenly showing all kinds of acting out/limit testing. Could this be related to the potty training?
Today's episode included the following topics:
*Child has trouble falling/staying asleep. Freaks OUT when woken to nighttime potty. He's still in a crib and still completely soaked in a cloth diaper. What to do about night training?
*A week of block 1 and just starting block 2. Child is soaking through pants without a care in the world.
*Parents are planning to start potty training but have a long car trip in a month. There will be over 24 hours in the car. Should they start now or wait till after the trip?
*Child started having an accident at least once a day, out of the blue. Previously, she was absolutely potty trained.
*Starting next week. Parents plan on being out in the yard. Is having the potty chair out there okay?
*What do you do about meal time in block one?
*Tips for leaving the house when moving forward in the process and actually LEAVING THE HOUSE :)
Tune in live for Hex Education, an irreverent Witchcraft radio show featuring your hosts, Salem and New Orleans Warlocks Christian Day and Brian Cain. For this segment, we'll be speaking with paranormal expert Rosemary Ellen Guiley, about Dream visits from the dead, and her recently published book Dream Messages from the Afterlife. Rosemary is the author of more than 45 books on the supernatural and is a frequent guest on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, the leading nighttime syndicated talk radio show. Call (347) 308-8731 with questions for the guest and be sure to join us in the chatroom where you can interact with other listeners!
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Dan Strunk from 22nd St Landing w/ a local bite ready to expolde and more. San Diego hot bass lakes w/ Chuck Lavingne from Anglers Arsenal.
LA City Fire Captain Andy Ruiz with fundraising for the QUEST burn unit.Captain Drew Card from the Pacific Queen in the middle of a May yellowfin tuna and yellowtail bite with some great tips. Bill Varney with the latest surffishing including some great tips for taking corbina.Do you love to catch bass? Find out the latest from San Clemente and Catalina Island as well as some giant calico bass around Palos Verdes. Sand bass updates as well as a 30-pound yellowtail that Evan caught too.
Captain Buzz Brrzendine from the Prowler out of Fisherman's Landing in San Diego has all the latest about the offshore tuna, yellowtail and more. Also some great tackle tips on how you can catch more fish. Captain Jeff Jessop has all the latest on San Clemente Island, a load of squid that just came in, some big halibut, calico bass, yellowtail and more. Find out the three different ways you can catch a yellowtail this weekend on board the Freedom.
Don Ashley has been in the sportfishing business for years. He talks about what a unique year this is and how he expects lots of fireworks. Also, local info, squid info and Marina Sportfishing chartered this weekend. Captain Rick Slavkin talks about the latest at San Clemente Island; big yellows, calico bass and lots of bottom fish. Find out why it looks good for squid and maybe even a nighttime white seabass. Also, the Ocenside 95 is planning a 2-day offshore tuna trip. Find out how you can be part of it.
Chris Dunn, the Fishing weatherman with the latest on the PERFECT WARM WATER STORM!
The winner of a Nobel Peace Prize calles for killing, to send a message. President Obama tonight tries to convince the nation that action must be taken against Syria to send a messgae the "the world community" will not tolerate the use a chemical weapons on its citizens.
The President has dumped this entire thing on the floor of congress.
Most of us have experienced an occasional charley horse or leg cramps at night. It is commonly believed that the cause of this is over use of the muscles or chemical inbalance of some sort. But there is another cause that is often over looked.
Our guest today Dr. Magnant will be discussing the role issues with our veins play in experiencing leg cramps and charlie horses at night.
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