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We Need to Talk About This
Because We Aren’t Having Enough Of It.
[Let’s Talk About… S E X]


Often, the topics we avoid discussing are the ones that need to be talked about the most! Sex no doubt tops the list of subjects we tend to shy away from.

Whether it’s…

  • Having a heart-to-heart with your significant other about your sexual activity as a couple.
  • Discussing the birds and the bees with your kids.
  • Talking about your bedroom habits with your doctor.
  • A chit chat with your friends.

Talking about sex (and often the lack of) can be uncomfortable.

We aren’t trying to make you feel uneasy, but research shows that lack of sex is a huge problem in relationships these days, and the trickle-down effect can be devastating.

We know because we’ve heard endless stories. Stories like this one from an anonymous member of the V Shred family…

“One day, out of nowhere, it just happened. I no longer felt the urge to have sex. I made every excuse in the world, but the truth was that I didn’t really have one. I wanted sex. I wanted my body to want sex as much as my mind and my heart did.. but it just didn’t. I was in my early 30’s and deeply in love with my husband. How could this be happening? My doctor told me this was a normal thing for women to experience and sent me home. Ultimately, my lack of desire caused me to have severe depression,I lacked self confidence, and I felt like less of a woman. It also caused my husband to have low-self esteem and question my fidelity. Our marriage got a little rocky. Once I finally got to the bottom of why this was happening, I got my life back.”

Does this sound familiar?
Today we are going to tell you what this woman discovered to be her issue…It very well may be why YOUR sex drive is low too!

If so, the good news is that there may be a SIMPLE APPROACH to getting it back.

First of all, we want to point out that you should NEVER judge your sex drive based on someone else’s. Just like we all have different body types, we are all wired with varying levels of sexual desire.

The best way to determine if your sex drive is low is to look back and compare it to how it was 5, 10, 20, 30 years ago.

If you notice a downward trend in your personal sexual appetite, that is when you have to try and pinpoint WHY your libido has gone from va-va-voom .. to gloom!

Sometimes, low libido is due to emotional distress. It can even solely be because of a relationship issue. But often, the reason desire is low is because some of your hormones aren’t sitting at prime levels!

Sex hormones can be out of balance for a variety of reasons. Age, diet, and exercise habits to name a few.

If you’re struggling from any signs that point to low hormone levels, you should see a healthcare professional for proper care.

But … often your sex hormones just need a little boost!

Several hormones contribute to how robust your sex drive is, one of the most important is something called Human Growth Hormone (HGH.)

HGH is something our body produces naturally. It is made by a tiny gland at the base of your brain called the pituitary gland.

HGH is what helps us grow when we are kids. Then, as we age, it helps maintain a variety of organs and tissues.

But with age, the pituitary gland slowly reduces the amount of HGH it produces. This can happen as early as age 18, but it really starts it’s downward spiral beginning in middle age.

You may have seen hormone doctors on TV or in advertisements claiming HGH could be the “fountain of youth” that will restore your aesthetics to their wrinkle-free glowing youth.

Research is pretty mixed on if this claim is valid, but one thing most doctors and scientists agree to be fact…

Having lower HGH can no doubt put your body into a state that dictates your desire to have sex.


Here are a few reasons why….

Human Growth Hormone can determine body composition.
A common and well-known reason people don’t want to have sex is that they don’t like the way their body looks naked.

Lower levels of GH could impact your metabolism, how your body utilizes and stores fat, it’s response to insulin/blood sugar levels, and how well you retain lean muscle mass.

All of these things could play a part in how well your body responds to training and nutrition!

Human Growth Hormone is essential for brain health.
You may not realize it, but your desire to have sex begins before you “feel it” because the urge starts much higher up .. in your head!

HGH production is controlled by a set of hormones produced in a particular region of the brain, as well as your pancreas and intestinal tract. This means that lower levels of GH could affect many cognitive functions, such as mental alertness, motivation, and emotions.

When these things are off… your desire to have sex could be impacted.

Human Growth Hormone can help you sleep.
The number one excuse for not having sex is probably .. I’m too tired!

Experts estimate that up to 75 percent of our HGH is released while we sleep. If you aren’t snoozing, your HGH levels will suffer!

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Another way that HGH affects sleep is that it can reduce cortisol (the stress hormone) levels. When your cortisol is too high, the quality and duration of your sleep could suffer.

Human Growth Hormone can impact cell regeneration.
Continuing with how HGH can impact aesthetics, slow cell turnover is what can cause your hair to appear thinner, increase the appearance of wrinkles, and cause your skin to start sagging. These are all things that can no doubt leave you less confident!

Human Growth Hormone can increase blood flow.
We aren’t going to spell this one out for you. Just stop and think about why blood flow would be necessary for you to have a better sex life!

What can you do to give your HGH levels a NATURAL BOOST?!

1. Get 7-9 Hours Of Quality Sleep.
As mentioned above, our bodies naturally release the most HGH while we are sleeping. If you need some help with catching quality Zzzz’s, you may want to check out BURN PM. This product is a powerful naturally formulated sleep support enhancer that is packed with both nighttime fat-burners and relaxation & recovery agents.

2. Incorporate High-Intensity Interval Training.
Short bursts of cardio intervals have been proven to improve HGH levels throughout the day. The tougher those bursts of energy are… the higher the boost of HGH! If you need some ideas for HIIT workouts, we have hundreds of ideas and follow along videos on our YOUTUBE channel.

3. Eat Enough Protein (especially around workouts).
Studies have shown that protein can promote increased HGH levels. The easiest (and most delicious) way to hit your protein goals is with our Sculpt Nation PROTEIN. It’s easy to shake one up on the go, but you can also use it to make some tasty treats, like protein pancakes!

4. Lose A Little More Fat.
Excess fat deposits (especially in the abdomen) have been linked to lower levels of HGH. Try taking our FREE BODY TYPE QUIZ to see what diet and exercise may help you blast fat most effectively!

5. Take very specific researched backed natural herbs and adaptogens.
We saved the most crucial suggestion for last. Many people are already dieting, exercising, sleeping, and getting adequate protein, but are still struggling with lower HGH levels. For this reason, supplementing with some very specific vitamins and herbs could be your missing link!

Steps 1-4 are overall pretty self-explanatory. But knowing which supplements to take, figuring out what brands are trustworthy, and then nailing down the proper dosage for each one to even be effective .. that takes lots of time, money, and research!

WE DID THE GROUNDWORK FOR YOU!!
We have created a science-backed blend that will support a NATURAL BOOST in your HGH levels!

It’s called HGHBOOST.

HGHBoost contains twelve different science-backed ingredients, including Arginine and Lysine, which have been heavily researched and shown to help naturally support and enhance your own body’s HGH levels.

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Sculpt Nation is so confident that HGHBoost will help you get stronger, leaner, more relaxed, and more confident in the bedroom that your results are GUARANTEED.

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Our V Shred clients are LOVING the results they’re seeing from HGH BOOST. Just see what they have to say about it…


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Oh, and one more thing…
Instead of letting all this SEX TALK make you uncomfortable, while you are waiting for your shipment of HGH BOOST to arrive at your door, try LAUGHING about it!

We know it’s not funny, far from it, in fact. But researchers did an experiment on HGH, and they found that laughter (no joke) gives you a big ole natural boost of HGH!

So sit back and RELAX .. knowing that as soon as you start a regime that involves more sleep, some HIIT workouts followed by a protein shake, and a daily dose of HGH BOOST…your sex drive will have added support to get back up and running again in no time!

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SOURCES

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11013068
https://www.meetrv.com/hgh-brain-function/
https://www.health.harvard.edu/diseases-and-conditions/growth-hormone-athletic-performance-and-aging
https://www.tuck.com/sleep-hgh/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5796235/
https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/9125-sexual-dysfunction-and-disease
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