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Winter is fast approaching…and for a lot of guys, the weather isn’t the only thing that’s getting colder.

In fact, it’s quite common for men to experience a lower libido in the colder months:

The increasing darkness can lead to lower energy levels…

The lower energy levels can lead to decreased motivation…

And so on.

But does that mean you can’t do anything about it?

Hell no it doesn’t! And in fact, this new research might have the solution. It’s a way to increase your libido and amp up your testosterone…and you can do it in just 2 weeks.

Think it sounds too good to be true?

Think again:

The Study That’s “Shining the Light” On an All-Natural Way to Boost Your Testosterone

The study was conducted by the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (try saying that 5 times fast!) and was designed to test the effect of ambient light on sex drive.

“HUH??? How does light affect my sex drive?” You might be wondering…and I can’t say I blame you.

The idea behind this concept comes from the modern practice of light therapy to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD.

(If you’re not familiar with SAD, it’s basically a type of depression that only affects you in the wintertime.)

Thanks to the colder temperatures and increased periods of darkness, some people are simply sadder in the winter than at any other time of the year. And as it turns out, light therapy — or the practice of exposing yourself to a specialized indoor lamp that’s 100x brighter than most other indoor lights — is highly effective in treating SAD.

So the researchers behind this study wanted to know:

“Will light therapy help men with ‘depressed’ or decreased sex drives?”

As it turns out, the answer is a resounding yes.

Why Does It Work?

Before I jump into why it works, let’s talk about the results. How effective is light therapy at increasing your libido?

The researchers examined the effects of light therapy on 38 men who had been diagnosed with either:

a) hypoactive sexual disorder, or

b) sexual arousal disorder.

The men were put into 2 groups: one group was exposed to the same kind of light therapy used to treat SAD for 30 minutes every day over a 2 week period.

The other group was exposed to regular light — nothing special — for 30 minutes every day over a 2 week period.

Both groups were told they were being exposed to legitimate light therapy, so the men who weren’t receiving the real deal didn’t know it. And at the end of the 2 weeks, the researchers found some astonishing results:

Not only did the group exposed to actual light therapy see a 71% increase in testosterone levels…

But their sexual satisfaction skyrocketed as well!

It Doesn’t End There…

As for the group with the “fake” light therapy? No real changes in testosterone or sexual satisfaction.

The reason light therapy works so well is not fully understood — although the researchers weren’t surprised by the results.


It’s common knowledge that most men have higher sex drives in the spring and summer months, when natural light is at its highest. If you’re located in the Northern hemisphere, your body’s testosterone production peaks in October…

And gradually declines from November up until April.

So by simulating these “peak” conditions in the wintertime, the researchers were able to prove that light has a powerful effect on your sexual desire.

(Note: There are a few other great natural ways to boost your sexual performance–like this scientifically proven 5-ingredient “Sex Snack,” for example. Click here to check out a short video that gives you the recipe.)

According to the study, one possible explanation for why this kind of light therapy can boost your testosterone is that it triggers the release of a sex hormone in your brain. However, very little is known about the actual mechanism that causes it to work…

So it’s not yet being recommended as a clinical way to treat low libido.

What If You Don’t Have a Special “Light”?

Even though light therapy isn’t being recommended as a way to treat low libido, that doesn’t mean you can’t “experiment” a little…

Although most guys don’t have one of these specialized “light boxes” just sitting around, ready to use.

So if you don’t have one, you have a couple options.

You can buy one online for relatively cheap…but not all of us want to spend that much on a glorified box that isn’t even being recommended by doctors (yet).

Instead, you have another option.

It’s something that can boost your bedroom performance, and help you stay hard as long as you want during sex–and without having to buy any sort of specialized light.

Check it out below:


The “Sex Snack”: How To Boost Your Bedroom Performance Using 5 Simple Ingredients You Probably Already Have At Home…

If you’re like most guys, you probably don’t want to take a trip to the doctor’s office for a prescription, or buy a specialized light to boost your performance in bed.

So instead, why not try something you can make from ingredients you (most likely) have at home?

It’s called the “Sex Snack”… and basically, it’s a combination of these 5 bloodflow-boosting foods.

The crazy thing is, each food on its own won’t do a whole lot for you (other than fill your stomach)…

… though when all 5 are combined into the “Sex Snack”, the bloodflow-boosting nutrients work together to supercharge your boners, and give you pornstar-level stamina during sex.

(And in fact, a LOT of real male pornstars eat the “Sex Snack” before shoots to get rock hard really quick… it’s an industry secret I first heard about when I interviewed Briana Banks.)

Here’s a short, free video that gives you the recipe–you might be surprised to see just how easy it is to make:

Introducing The “Sex Snack”: How To Boost Your Bedroom Performance Using These 5 Simple Yet Powerful Ingredients…

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