Your blood pressure.

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  1. CurvedUp

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    Wondering about the older crowd in this group.

    Five months ago. I started doing a gym.

    My blood pressure was 138 over 88.

    After losing 15 lbs and getting my heart to 66 and
    my pressure to 124 over 80 has raised my sexual
    desire even more to where it was.

    Only sharing. It is what we feel that we can feel. And I felt so much
    before getting to this. Now hmmmmm
     
  2. zildjianplaya

    zildjianplaya New Member

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    Working out increases testosterone levels. In addition to raising your metabolism, your T-levels increase. Lower body excercises working the large muscle groups (think squats, leg presses, etc) show to increase T-levels the best.

    Also, I'd think that better heart flow overall will manifest itself better in your erections since it's all about blood flow.

    There are lots of great benefits to working out! Keep up the great work!
     
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    Blood pressure at the midly hypertensive state or more normal state would have no effect on sexual desire at all, but as pointed out the testosterone boost of working out would have a significant impact. I exercise every day and swim laps two or three times a week, and have the testosterone level (total and free) of an average 25 year-old.
     
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    I exercise aily and have a hot sexlife