Tuesday, March 27, 2012

A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY with Host Marsha Casper Cook 03/27 by WorldOfInkNetwork | Blog Talk Radio

Special WORLD CASTLE WRITERS - A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY - Host Marsha Cook and her special co -host - Kathi S.Barton. 

 It's a special Guy's Night Out - March 27 - 9PM EST - 8 PM CST - 7PM -MT -6PM PST.  

Marlon Pierre Antoine, Sheldon Townsend, Eric Johnston and G R Holton will be sharing their writing techniques in an informative and entertaining conversation.  Bethany Cross will be opening the phone lines and chat room. 

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A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY with Host Marsha Casper Cook 03/27 by WorldOfInkNetwork | Blog Talk Radio

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  1. Buy Cialis to give yourself confidence after a heart attack

    When you’re young, you tend to think you’re a little like Superman. You never think anything bad is ever going to happen to you. OK, so there’s always the chance of the odd childhood disease and it’s not unknown to have an accident and break a bone. But, apart from the risks in driving where many teens do end up in hospital, the majority go through the early years without any major problems. That makes any serious event like a stroke or heart attack particularly upsetting. Although some men have warning signs like rising blood pressure and chest pains like angina, the majority are feeling fine one moment and then falling the next. The result undermines self-confidence. Literally men are afraid it’s going to happen again. The common reaction is to avoid even thinking about activity, let alone doing anything involving exertion. This means many men never think about sex, believing it will put them at risk of a second attack. This adds depression as a second problem. If this is treated, many of the drugs used actually cause erectile dysfunction. Everything then literally comes to a halt.

    So here comes the encouraging statistic. Eighty percent of all heart attack victims go back to a normal sex life. It may not be immediate but, with the help and support of your partner and doctor, all the problems can be overcome. Why are people afraid? The answer is slightly unflattering. There are a number of myths about how much effort and energy goes into sexual activity. Some men seem to think they are the equivalent of international athletes and put out as much energy as someone running several miles at high speed. In fact, their exhaustion is a sign of how unfit they are. Actually there’s little effort involved and only a few calories are burned. Boring scientists will tell you it’s about the same amount of energy as walking up one flight of stairs. Not something you might want to admit to your partner.

    And talking of your partner, resuming sex with someone familiar is less stressful than trying to start a new relationship. That said, most men can be cleared by the doctors to resume sex within a week of the heart attack. Only about one-fifth have to wait. These men have had a massive myocardial infarction. The only thing holding you back will be lack of confidence. Be reassured. There’s no reason why you should worry. Except. . .

    One of the issues you should discuss with your doctor is whether any of the drugs you are taking to deal with the after effects of the stroke or heart attack will interact with any erectile dysfunction drug. If there may be problems, simply take a lower dose. More to the point, let’s be clear. If you were not using Cialis before the heart attack, there’s no reason to use it afterwards unless it will make you feel more confident. As a general rule, any man with average physical fitness can manage sexual intercourse. The more fit you are, the better your stamina and so the longer you can enjoy the sex. Cialis does not improve on your stamina but it can eliminate doubt and control anxiety. Use it for the right reasons and with medical approval. We care about your health! http://u.to/0DWIAQ