Robert Smith has been working with hundreds of people with sexual issues. This neurology based healing technique offers a natural home remedy that can help with Vaginismus, Erectile Dysfunction, and many other issues.
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Robert Gene, Eutaptics FasterEFT Trainings - unable to feel the arousals even if i fantasise or watch stuffs, its been almost 3 years out of track ... not getting morning wooods for as long as 4 years ... preseently i m 26 , had some history with pillls of epilepsy (for 3 years)... ocds and depression (for 1 year) and stuffs like mood swings when the libido started to fall ... can EFT help in this case ? lost my natural urge and pleasure ....
EFT and Faster EFT have different approached to the issue. FasterEFT gets the structure and works within that system to create the desired outcome. There are beliefs and patterns that needs to be changed.
Trials have already established that the famous blue pill’s main ingredient helps those with damaged hearts by boosting blood flow.
But now a new study by the Centre for Cardiac Research at the University of Manchester has shown that cells from a failing heart actually survive for longer when they are given a Viagra-like drug which is normally used to treat impotence in men.