Sunday, December 27, 2009

Tips: Understand Why Man Nervous In The Bed

To that sexuality, men like to have a separate proud sometimes difficult to understand women. But for them, it is very important. It seems sort of confirmation that they are as a mighty man. While women, more concerned about his physical and how it can be exciting partner. But do not think it was only "disease" of women. Because men can also inferior in terms of bed. Anything that would make him feel less confident when making love and what you can do to help cope?

1. Hand.
Most men do not have the idea to use his hands. This confusion is common. They do not know exactly what they should do with his hands. Usually, they feel afraid to do wrong or looks weird. Because they feel confident that, precisely what makes them uncomfortable. You can do is to direct the hand to where you feel comfortable to the touch when near him. Over time, he will begin to understand what you are comfortable in and do not, but make sure you tell him, too, because he was not a mind reader.

2. Stomach.
Not only women who often feel not confident with her body shape. The man was like that, including the size of the stomach, although they tend to be flat stomach. Men can easily feel like this if she kept at the top position. This sort of thing happens to most men, and will be more severe for men who have low self-esteem. To fix this, you can try to occasionally take over the top, or seek approval to conduct sideways position. Do not ever taunted him for the affairs of the size of the stomach because it will interfere with his ego.

3. Orgasm.
In general, when it comes to sex, men need a goal. The purpose is shaped orgasm. As for women, more to "enjoy the ride". Men will feel less manly if not able to bring women to the enjoyment of orgasm. Yet for most women, sex is not always a goal. Orgasm is nice, but the main attraction is to love each other in the plot to orgasm. Most men do not realize this. You can do is to remind him that your goal is not solely to achieve orgasm, but rather an intimate time with him.

4. Penis.
Of course, most personal part of this man will be listed here. Like some sort of competition between the men about this. They are feeling insecure, worrying about whether they owned enough for you, or if you feel comfortable with what they do with that section. He worried about whether the ability to use his property could be associated with manhood. To help, you can tell him what you think of to calm worries. Little encouragement in words can be very helpful. If you are satisfied enough, a little praise or say that you love the time you spent with him and what he has, then he will feel very happy.

Indeed, not all men feel inferior, but if you feel there is little concern reflected in your partner's face every time she opened her clothing, a little empathy might be able to improve the situation.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Better Sleep is Better Activity

When you sleep, you brain is rest. Tomorrow your brain will get another power to get better activity.
Better Sleep Tips I: Improving your daytime habits

How can what you do during the day affect your sleep at night? Better sleep starts with good daytime habits, from when (and how often) you exercise to what you eat and drink.
Regular day exercise can help sleep

Regular exercise, aside from many other wonderful health benefits, usually makes it easier to fall asleep and sleep better. You don’t have to be a star athlete to reap the benefits-- as little as twenty to thirty minutes of activity helps. And you don’t need to do all 30 minutes in one session: break it up into five minutes here, ten minutes there. A brisk walk, a bicycle ride or a run is time well spent. However, be sure to schedule your exercise in the morning or early afternoon. Exercising too late in the day actually stimulates the body, raising its temperature. That’s the opposite of what you want near bedtime, because a cooler body temperature is associated with sleep. Don’t feel glued to the couch in the evening, though. Exercise such as relaxation yoga or simple stretching shouldn’t hurt.

Hate to exercise? Check out Exercise Guide for Exercise Haters
Get some light to set your body clock

We all have an internal body clock that helps regulate sleep. This clock is sensitive to light and dark. Light tells your body clock to move to the active daytime phase. When you get up, open the shades or go outside to get some sunlight. If that’s not possible, turn on the lights to make your environment bright.
Napping can interfere with sleep

Perhaps the English had the right idea in having teatime in the late afternoon when you naturally get sleepy. Some people can take a short afternoon nap and still sleep well at night. However, if you are having trouble sleeping at night, try to eliminate napping. If you must nap, do it in the early afternoon, and sleep no longer than about thirty minutes.
Alcohol, caffeine, smoking

* Alcohol reduces overall quality of sleep. Many people think that a nightcap before bed will help them sleep. While it may make you fall asleep faster, alcohol reduces your sleep quality, waking you up later in the night. To avoid this effect, stay away from alcohol in the last few hours before bed.
* Caffeine. You might be surprised to know that caffeine can cause sleep problems up to ten to twelve hours after drinking it! If you rely on coffee, tea or caffeinated soda to keep you going during the day, consider eliminating caffeine after lunch or cutting back your overall intake.
* Smoking. Smoking causes sleep troubles in numerous ways. Nicotine is a stimulant, which disrupts sleep. Additionally, smokers actually experience nicotine withdrawal as the night progresses, making it hard to sleep.

Want to quit smoking? Read Quit Smoking Your Way
Better Sleep Tips II: Creating a better sleep environment

The key to better sleep might be as simple as making some minor changes to your bedroom. Take a careful look around your sleep environment to see what might be disrupting your sleep.
Your Bed

* Is your bed large enough? Do you have enough room to stretch and turn comfortably in bed, or are you cramped? Having a bedmate makes this even more important- both of you should have plenty of room to stretch out. Consider getting a larger bed if you don’t have enough space.
* Your mattress, pillows and bedding. Waking up with a cramp in your back or a sore neck? You may want to experiment with different levels of mattress firmness and pillows that provide more support. If your mattress is too hard, you can add a foam topper for additional softness. Experiment with different types of pillows – feather, synthetic, and special pillows for side, back or stomach sleepers. Consider your bedding—scratchy sheets might be making you uncomfortable in the middle of the night, or your comforter might not be keeping you warm enough. Consider soft, breathable cotton sheets. Flannel sheets may be cozy for the winter months.

Your Room

Ideally, to maximize sleep, your room should be quiet, dark and at a comfortable temperature and ventilation.

* Keep the noise level down. Too much noise- loud outside conversations, televisions blaring, traffic noise - can make it difficult to sleep well. When the source of outside noise can’t be eliminated, sometimes it can be masked. A fan or white noise machine can help block outside noise. Some people enjoy recordings of soothing sounds such as waves, waterfalls or rain. Earplugs may also help, although you want to make sure they don’t block out important noises like an alarm clock if you use one.
* Sleeping maskKeep your room dark during sleep hours. Early morning light can send your body clock the wrong signal that it is time to wake up. Or perhaps there is a streetlamp shining right in your window at night. Heavy shades can help block light from windows, or you can try an eye mask to cover your eyes.
* Room temperature and ventilation. Who can sleep in a hot stuffy room? Or for that matter, a cold drafty one? If you can, experiment with the room temperature. Most people sleep best in a slightly cooler room. Make sure that you have adequate ventilation as well - a fan can help keep the air moving. You also might want to check your windows and doors to make sure that drafts are not interfering with sleep.
* Reserve your bed for sleeping. Do you sometimes balance your checkbook propped up on your pillows? Or jot down some notes for tomorrow’s meeting? It might feel relaxing to do tasks like these on a comfortable bed. However, if you associate your bed with events like work or errands, it will only make it harder to wind down at night. Use your bed only for sleep and sex.

Better Sleep Tips III: Preparing for Sleep
Keep a regular bedtime schedule, including weekends

Time of day serves as a powerful cue to your body clock that it is time to sleep and awaken. Go to bed and wake up at the same time each day, and it will be easier and easier to fall asleep. However tempting it may be, try not to break this routine on weekends when you may want to stay up much later or sleep in. Your overall sleep will be better if you don’t.

In setting your bedtime, pay attention to the cues your body is giving you. When do you feel sleepy? Set your bedtime for when you normally feel tired, within reason – you may not want to make your bedtime 2am if you have to work at 8am! If you regularly go to bed when you don’t feel sleepy, not only is it harder to fall asleep, but you may start worrying about not sleeping, which can end up keeping you up longer! If you want to change your bedtime, try doing it in small daily increments, such as 15 minutes earlier or later each day.
Foods that help you sleep

Foods that help you sleep Maybe a rich, hearty dinner, topped off with a big slice of chocolate cake might seem like the perfect way to end the day, but it’s wise not to eat a large meal within two hours of bed. Try to make dinnertime earlier in the evening, and avoid heavy, rich foods as bedtime snacks.

However, a light snack before bed, especially one which contains the amino acid tryptophan, can help promote sleep. When you pair tryptophan-containing foods with carbohydrates, it helps calm the brain and allow you to sleep better. For even better sleep, add some calcium to your dinner or nighttime snack. Calcium helps the brain use and process tryptophan. On the other hand, you might want to avoid eating too much protein before bedtime - protein-rich foods contain tyrosine, an amino acid that stimulates brain activity. Experiment with your food habits to determine your optimum evening meals and snacks.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Take Tips, Advice : Teen Moms, How To Be Great Teen Mom...

When you realize now you are have been a mom. Maybe this is unexpected situation that you have to face... Maybe you will fell there are no time for yourself....
Here is some organization tips for you...

Diaper Changing "station".

Keep baby's laundry separate.

One diaper bag, packed and ready to go.

Pick one thing, and make it your routine to clean it.

Resist the urge to get more stuff.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Tips : Success Family is In Your Hand

Really need this tips? Is that mean you are married...?
Just kidding...
Here is the tips..
1. Understanding Commitment between your spouse.... this is high priority to understand...
2. Forgiving each other... Do never remind your spouse failure...
3. Accept another weakness.. Weakness is a human,,, We have a weakness. But you need to see positive thing in your spouse.
4. Giving surprise. Maybe so many person forget, they like to get some surprise, so why you do not start to give your spouse surprise?

Maybe this article will be updated...
Giving some comment and maybe you want to add some tips?
Thank you for reading.