Sex positions you should definitely try 0 63447

Well, I can’t speak for everyone, but I definitely speak for most when I say that sex is a sensitive subject regardless of whom you’re doing it with. Having sex with just one person can get boring eventually, the initial fire gradually dies down and sex starts becoming a chore. When this happens, you need something to breathe life back into your relationship. This means exploring and trying out new things in the bedroom. Relax, I don’t mean buying a gallon of lube or buying the Kamasutra, nothing that adventurous… yet. When I mean explore, I mean trying new sex positions.

This might sound crazy, but I’m telling you, a little pleasure doesn’t hurt anybody. Exploring is not for everybody and that’s ok. Some people aren’t wired that way, however, if you want that spark back then you should definitely try some of these sex positions.

The bridge

A true sex position from the pages of the Kamasutra. It requires lying down from the ground and pushing your torso up from the ground and holding it at the level where he can penetrate. This position requires a lot of flexibility and strength, so don’t be bummed out if you and your partner can only maintain the bridge for a couple of seconds. This move is one of the more adventurous moves, and it gives you an excuse to show him how athletic you are.

The piledriver

This sex position sounds and looks painful doesn’t it? Sounds like a pro-wrestling move or something. Well, it’s the exact opposite. This position eliminates all the space between you two and ensures maximum penetration. Don’t worry, it’s not as boring as it sounds. Believe me, you’re in for a roller coaster. This position, much like the first one, requires a degree of flexibility on both parts. But unlike the first one, it doesn’t require a lot strength. This position is a bit on the wild side, so I would recommend you pace yourself.

High knee

The high knee is a simple, yet exciting sex position. You’ll feel kind of silly that you didn’t think of it before. It involves you and your partner getting on your knees in a comfortable position. You both lift a knee so that his left knee is raised while your right is raised. Then you just both go to town on each other. The high knee is best when done on a bed. You don’t want your knees to get tired or bruised mid-sex. 

X marks the spot

This position starts out by laying back on a horizontal surface, then he penetrates from the vagina. It’s called X marks the spot because the legs are crossed as he penetrates. This position can be done on virtually any surface. The bed, table, countertop, take your pick. 

The high chair position

This position is my favorite on this list. You just get to sit down and let him pound. This position is fantastic through the vagina and even better with anal. The angle of this position facilitates the perfect entry. It’s unlike a lot of generic positions will get you there.

Reverse cowgirl

This is a treat for the guy; the reverse cowgirl is just the cowgirl in reverse. Instead of looking into his eyes as you ride him, he will be staring at your ass while you rock him. The best thing about cowgirl positions is the control it brings. These kinds of positions allow you to control the depth and speed. Something that makes the experience totally different.

Woman lying on top

This position holds a special place in my heart. I like to sometimes call it the ‘inverted doggy-style.’ It involves the man lying under and you laying on him as he keeps your thighs closed and trust upward. You should try to keep your legs together throughout. This tightness puts extra pressure on the clitoris and that’s where you want all the extra friction to go.

Doggy-style oral

No traverse into the unknown is complete without covering all the bases. Oral sex is what lays the groundwork for a proper orgasm and it’s the most important part of foreplay, but enough of that… let’s describe the position. You start off by getting in the doggy-style position and then you let him go down on you from that angle.

These positions are a combination of weird, flexible, and unconventional. They are bound to put the spark back in your relationship. You don’t necessarily need to have a slow sex life with your partner to try this out, you can even try them out just cause you want to. These positions don’t even begin to scratch the surface of great sexual positions, there are numerous others out there and I suggest you go go after it.

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What are nootropics? 0 70456

Nootropics, according to Corneliu E. Giurgea, the father of nootropics, are drugs that simultaneously enhance learning and memory, protect the brain, increase the efficacy of brain-related control mechanisms, should lack the pharmacologic structure of psychotropic drugs, and be devoid of side effects. Over time, the description has been expanded to include other non-drug substances.

Whether or not drugs are involved, the idea of nootropics is that they boost mental capacity, allowing you to accomplish goals that would be quite strenuous without them. They are used by various individuals, ranging from students wanting to get more studying done or turning in a paper on time, to engineers trying to figure out a problem.

What are nootropics made of?

Nootropics are traditionally made of naturally-occurring substances like ginseng, or synthetic substances in the form of chemicals not uncommon in drugs (like L-Theanine). Even though Corneliu Giurgea’s description referred to drugs, nootropics have evolved to include non-synthetic substances that can give similar outputs. Nootropics are sometimes called “smart drugs”.

Various nootropics

The large range of nootropics make it difficult to describe them with a blanket sentence other than “they boost brain performance”. So, instead of a generalization, here is a short list of popular nootropics, as well as their specific actions, and possible side effects.

1. Caffeine: Caffeine is without-a-doubt the most popular nootropic, being present in most nootropic substances available on the market. It’s effective in wakefulness, improved concentration, increased motivation, alertness, and focus.

The side effects of caffeine are as well-known as its usefulness. Excessive consumption of caffeine causes insomnia, nervousness, restlessness, tachycardia (elevated heart rate), and even muscle tremors.

2. L-Theanine: Unlike Guarana, L-Theanine is an amino acid that can be found in many tea leaves and herbs. It’s known to aid stress relief and reduce anxiety. Even though is also taken to increase focus and attention, stress relief is its most evidence-based function.

Its side effects may include nausea and irritability.

3. CPD Choline: CPD Choline is naturally-occurring in humans and animals and is an intermediate substance in a common biochemical process that involves converting Choline to Phosphaatidylcholine. Studies show that CPD protects the brain, especially in times of low oxygen supply. In addition, it also increases alertness and consciousness.

Being a natural substance in the body, CPD has no negative effects, except when it is taken in excess, where it can cause stomachaches and diarrhea.

4. Modafinil: As far as performance-boosting drugs go, Modafinil tops the list, having been shown to increase fatigue resistance, improve mood, as well as increase motivation and vigilance. It really is a wonder drug, often rumored to be used by sleep-deprived doctors.

Its side effects are abuse-induced, which means you may suffer things like chronic headaches, if you use it all the time to fight fatigue, without getting enough sleep.

5. Guarana: Guarana, also called Guaranine, is a plant with well-researched and documented effects of improved mental focus and alertness. It is also taken for various other purposes from weight loss to exercise tolerance, but these have not been proven.

Being a naturally-occurring fruit, it does not have severe side effects. However, users have been known to experience insomnia and fatigue when taken in high doses.

6. Panax Ginseng: Certain herbs are sometimes assumed to have positive, even performance-enhancing effects. One of the most popular is Ginseng. Common in East Asia and North America, the plant does not have any nootropic effects backed by strong scientific evidence. However, it has been said to increase energy levels and activity.

Ginseng does not have any known side effects.

7.Ginkgo Biloba: Also a leaf extract, it is wildly known as a cognitive enhancer, with weak scientific evidence to support it.

8. Vitamin B12: The controversy surrounding vitamin B12 is that it may not be a nootropic, as it does not have any noticeable, quick-onset effects. It is considered more of supplement and nutritional requirement than a nootropic. However, it’s on this list because some people still consider it a smart drug.

Nootropic tolerance

Overuse of many nootropics can lead to your body building tolerance, and needing more and more of the substance to get the same effect. It’s a little like what happens with regular alcohol drinkers. They often need more and more alcohol to feel its effects.

Things to remember about nootropics

Many individuals have their definition of nootropics, thus making it a controversial topic. The situation is made worse by substances that are claimed to boost productivity but have not yet been proven. Amongst all these controversies, here are some points for you to keep in mind about nootropics:

  1. They are performance-boosting substances and are often used to get an extra edge.
  2. They should be free of side effects, and should have low toxicity.
  3. They contain naturally-occurring substances.
  4. They work by interacting with receptors in the brain.
  5. Even though they are supposed to be side effect free, some supposed nootropics do have side effects.
  6. Some substances considered nootropics work, and some don’t.
  7. The adverse effects of nootropics can sometimes be avoided by keeping dosage low and cycling between usage and abstinence.

5 Yoga moves to add to your daily stretching today 0 53387

Introduction

It’s no surprise that the practice of yoga has grown in popularity over the last couple of decades. It has several benefits like core strengthening and improved flexibility. However, yoga has several poses and positions that can get a little confusing when choosing what poses to do to achieve your goals. Whether you are just starting out, or are looking to raise the bar during your yoga, this is the post for you.

A brief history on the origin of yoga

Modern yoga as we know it is a combination of different poses and forms, evolved over centuries and modified by different practitioners. Take the first ever recorded instance of yoga, which dates as far back as the 2nd century which, although it was not clearly described as yoga, involved a sitting posture described to require a steady form and comfort. The form was assumed for meditation, not unlike what we have today. In about the 11th century, there was a description of a non-seated pose in which the practitioner balances on the hands. As the centuries passed, yoga became more evolved, and more adapted to modern cultures like ours.

Simple forms

Even though yoga has changed over the years, there are simple poses that have remained relatively constant through the ages, retaining their simplicity and form.

Here are 5 of those simple forms that can be incorporated into your daily routine

  1. Lotus Position: The lotus is one of the most fundamental positions in yoga, with a long history like we discussed. The lotus has a special position among all the stretches and positions not just because it is the oldest, but also because it is key to meditation, which is a big part of yoga.

To enter the sitting position:

  • Sit on the mat with your legs and your back straight
  • Fold your legs so that your feet now rest under your thigh as you relax and let your feet rest comfortably on the floor.
  1. Cow position: The cow position is also a relatively easy position to attain. It is especially good for stretching and relaxing the back muscles as it involves stretching the vertebrae (back bone) and the spinal muscles.

To perform the cow position,

  • Start by kneeling on all fours (hands directly beneath shoulders, and knees directly beneath the hips)
  • Breath in and turn your head upwards as if to look at the ceiling, forming an upward facing curve with your back (the hollow facing upwards)
  • Breath out and return to the neutral position
  • Repeat as necessary
  1. Child Position: The child pose is different from the cow position, only because it stretches the back in the opposite direction, as well as the neck, arms, and legs. It also tones and strengthens the core muscles, giving a mild general body stretch. The child pose is especially good in situations where you don’t have a lot of time during the session. It is a great pose for stretching a lot of areas at once.

To enter the child position:

  • Kneel on all fours like in the cow position
  • Lower your hips so your thighs touch your calves
  • Lean forward, and extend your arms so your elbow and hands touch the mat
  • Maintain the position for the desired length of time
  • Repeat
  1. Bridge pose: So named because of the way the body resembles a bridge when done correctly. The bridge position can be considered the opposite of the child’s pose because here, the back is active and extended, with the hips and knees flexed and bearing most of the body’s weight. The bridge is good for stretching the abdominal muscles and the thighs.

To enter the bridge position:

  • Lie flat on your back and bend your knees
  • With your bent knees, elevate your body so your buttocks and lower back lift off the mat
  • Bring your arms forward so they are positioned directly beneath your body
  • Be sure to keep your upper back and head on the mat during the pose
  • Hold for as long as necessary and repeat as desired
  • Repeat
  1. Locust Position: The locust position is an intermediate level position, because of the core strength it requires to execute. It is very similar to the “superman” in resistance training. While the superman is for strength building, the locust is for stretching and relaxation. It concentrates on the arms, legs and upper back.

To enter the locust position:

  • Lie on your chest with your arms and legs stretched out on the mat
  • Lift your legs from the hip off the mat, while simultaneously lifting your head, arms, and upper chest
  • Maintain the position for the desired length of time
  • Repeat

Incorporate these stretches and positions into your daily routine to increase strength, flexibility, and improve inner-peace. Let us know what you think!

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