Month: January 2019
Looking to uncover ways to seduce a woman that actually work better than most? Seducing a woman is often looked at as one of those dark arts that only certain guys can master and that you have to kind of adopt a certain lifestyle in order to actually make it happen. Basically, it is often thought of being something that the average guy can pretty much forget about ever being able to do.
Of course, this is NOT the truth. Any man, no matter what his lifestyle and experience is, can learn many ways to seduce a woman that will work out quite well. And the best part is, when you know the proper ways to seduce women, you can be pretty sure that your weekends are NOT going to be spent alone or out with a bunch of guys!
Here are some time tested ways to seduce a woman:
1. Take her on a date that leaves her breathless. When you take a woman out on a date, if you do what every other man she has ever met has done, then you really are not making THAT big of an impression on her. However, if you think a little more creatively and you take her on a date that is special to her, and will leave her breathless, then seducing her will actually become pretty easy. You want to make her feel like, “WOW, that was the best time that I ever had!”
2. Be confident about yourself, but NEVER cocky. Cockiness is a real turnoff for almost all women. There is a percentage of women that do get turned on by cocky and arrogant men, but they usually have a lot of issues to go along with it. If you want to have a lot of success with seducing a woman, then you need to learn how to properly balance yourself and be confident, but never cocky.
3. Melt her heart by being spontaneous. When a woman is out with a guy, or chatting up a guy she has just met, it usually be quite a surprise when he does something spontaneous. See, most guys pretty much do the same thing. There really is not a big difference in how most guys try to talk and flirt with a woman. However, you have to be spontaneous if you really want to succeed at seducing her. Routine is boring, spontaneity is seductive.… Read More
Hair loss in women is a complex subject as there can be many underlying contributing factors including genetics, illness, emotional stress, diet, the contraceptive pill, menopause and pregnancy.
More and more women are losing hair partly as a result of an aging population and partly due to modern, stressful lifestyles. Female Pattern (genetic) Hair Loss usually starts in the 30s, with hair becoming noticeably thinner by the 40s. By the age of 50, 50% of women will experience some degree of hair thinning, either as a result of their genetic make-up or from some other condition such as Telogen Effluvium or Diffuse Hair Loss.
As with men, genetic hair loss is the most common type in women and starts with gradual hair thinning, and can eventually lead to hair shedding from the top of the head. This usually becomes more noticeable after the menopause. As with Male Pattern (genetic) Baldness, Female Pattern Hair Loss is cause by an increase in the hormone Dihydrotestosterone (DHT).
This causes the hair follicle to shrink which in turn affects the hair life cycle by inhibiting its growth. This can be successfully treated with Minoxidil, a proven medication. In order to treat the condition safely and effectively, it is advisable to seek professional advice from a hair specialist because there are various strengths of Minoxidil available and it can work best when used in conjunction with hair growth booster products.
Another type of female hair loss is Telogen Effluvium. This occurs when sudden or severe stress causes some hair follicles to stop growing and enter the telogen (resting) phase. These hairs will stay in this phase for about 3 months after which time they will shed. More often than not the person will have recovered from the event before the hair loss occurs.
In most cases of Telogen Effluvium the shedding is temporary and the hair re-grows on its own. However, in some cases, it will continue until the underlying cause is resolved. The main events that can cause Telogen Effluvium are: an accident, an illness, child birth, pregnancy termination, surgery, starting/stopping taking the contraceptive pill, severe emotional stress. While the hair often re-grows on its own, it is possible to treat Telogen Effluvium with treatments to help faster re-growth and ensure the hair stays in the best possible condition.
Diffuse Hair Loss is similar to Telogen Effluvium and is seen most frequently in women. It is brought on by internal factors other than genetics such as illness, a lack of nutrients or stress. It is different to the genetic condition in that the hair can shed from the back and sides of the head as well as the top. As with Telogen Effluvium, it is important to identify the underlying cause so that the right method of treatment can be found. A hair specialist will take a detailed clinical history, including checking for thyroid, haemoglobin and hormonal problems.
It is essential to seek expert guidance when treating hair loss in women in … Read More