Have you noticed what he does with his hands when he talks? According to the experts, how a man gestures reveals what kind of lover he will make. And if he can’t help expressing himself with his hands over dinner, just imagine what use he’ll put them to in bed.
Hand gestures can reveal a great deal about a man’s s*xual personality. A man who uses his hands in an expressive and tactile way is more likely to make a sensuous lover.
Steer clear of men who fiddle with their hands. According to the body language experts, men who fidget are likely to be unsure of themselves or disinterested in you.
2. He has a big appetite
Want a man who makes love with gusto? Suggest a dinner date and watch how he eats. After all, how he tucks into his food should give you a good indication of how he might nibble on your ears, neck, toes… and everywhere else in between.
For starters, does he have a hearty appetite? Great lovers enjoy all the pleasures life has to offer – especially the sensual ones, like eating. A good appetite usually mean’s he’s got a lusty libido to match.
Does he savour each mouthful of food or stuff his face? Watch out for the wham-bam-thank-you man who demolishes a meal in 10 seconds flat. There’s a difference between a healthy appetite and a man who’s in a rush to satisfy his needs.
There's one thing a man needs to learn about women, it's what to say that makes them happy. "When it comes to compliments, women are ravenous. And if you give it to them, in return you will surely get more than just a compliment.
If you're in a committed relationship or playing the field, remember that: You can keep a woman ready to please you simply by letting her know how much she already does.
Below are 10 tips that can get any woman go wide for you.
"How was your day?"
When you ask her how her day went, her interpretation is that you are thoughtful and eager to know about her 9-to-5 routine. Be warned though: This question gives her license to talk at length about all the little dramas that occurred throughout her day. So be ready to set aside some time to listen to her stories.
Why it makes you look good: To her, it's the thought that counts. Asking about her day shows that you're receptive, interested and open to listening to her. You're giving her an outlet to vent and acting as her confidante. Sure, you might have to listen longer than you want to, but once she's done talking shop, she'll be talking about you.
"I can't believe how sexy you look!"
Straight up, this tells her that you find her attractive, and to a lesser extent, that you want some. But, if you're in a relationship, she'll hear more than that -- namely, that you're still lustfully appreciating her fine ass. No woman could fail to be flattered by that compliment.
There’s a new health terror sweeping the nation called the “Triangle of Death,” and it lives on your face. Dr. Oz coined the term when he covered this health hazard on his show. The triangle includes the areas of your face extending from the corners of your mouth to the bridge of your nose. What makes the area so dangerous is that the blood vessels there drain to the back of the head and connect to the veins at the base of the brain, which pumps that blood throughout the rest of the body. Any damage that breaks the skin in the triangle exposes the body to bacteria and infections, which can cause headaches, blindness, paralysis, and even death.
Harmful Health Habits
Maybe you should think twice before you pop that zit or try to get the crust out of your nose after a cold.
Taking a Shower
Your body has to maintain a certain temperature – neither too hot nor too cold – in order to function properly, but depending on how you like to take your showers, you could be putting yourself at risk.
Extreme and sudden exposure to both heat and cold can actually kill you, as it did a 62-year-old man when he was made to take a freezing-cold shower in a Chinese labor camp in 2008. Of course, the younger and more fit you are, the easier it is for your body to maintain the right internal temperature, but it doesn’t hurt to be aware of the risk.
If your shampoo has Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) in it, you might consider switching to a different brand. SLS is responsible for the foamy consistency of the shampoo’s lather, but it can also cause severe liver abnormalities and kidney damage that can be fatal.
Love is perhaps our most powerful emotion, and the need to be in a loving relationship may be one of the strongest needs we have. Being in an intimate relationship makes us feel connected, not only to our partner, but also to the world at large. When our hearts are filled with love, we feel profoundly content and satisfied. We become more patient, more empathetic, kinder, gentler. But personal intimacy doesn’t merely affect ouremotional well-being. According to numerous scientific studies, the power of love directly affects our physical health, too, by boosting our immune system, improving our cardiovascular functioning,
and increasing our life expectancy. “Love and intimacy are at the root of what makes us sick and what makes us well,” says Dean Ornish, M.D., who explores the connections between love and health in his book Love & Survival (HarperCollins). “When you look at the scientific data, the need for love and intimacy is as important and basic as eating, breathing, and sleeping.”
On Valentine’s Day, we celebrate our love for each other over candlelit dinners or through exchanges of chocolates, flowers, and slinky lingerie. But a box of bon-bons only lasts so long. Experts agree that the key to a vitalized, long-lasting relationship is what you and your partner do the other 364 days of the year. Indeed, keeping your love alive requires continual time and effort. Following are eight steps you can take to keep the flame burning.
Any healthy relationship must be based on a solid underlying friendship. Remember to treat your partner with the same kindness, respect, and appreciation as you would a close friend. Support, listen to, and laugh with each other. Don’t allow yourselves to be rude or disrespectful.