Studies show that even among married couples who are happy in marriage, approximately 51% of men periodically experienced sexual difficulties of various types. However, contrary to the beliefs of some people, regular sexual intercourses are not a necessary and indispensable condition for maintaining health. It is known that men who lead an ascetic lifestyle adhere to abstinence in accordance with their philosophical or religious considerations, do not have health problems.Similarly, there is no particular harm in the rejection of comfortable living conditions or from the reception of delicious food. But the reality is that full-fledged sex being one of the pleasures of life. Sex helps maintain a good emotional mood for those who do not avoid earthly joys. Sexual disorders often cause people a lot of unnecessary suffering, useless and harmful, because there are well-proven ways to adjust them.For example, premature ejaculation can occur in young men with insufficient experience of communication with the opposite sex. However, even experienced men with strong sexual arousal are not able to perform a sexual act of normal duration. Eastern healers proposed a method of pressing fingers on the epigastric region and the sacrum, which helps to eliminate this phenomenon. These same techniques will help men over fifty years of age to commit several intercourses with one ejaculation.Also, the increase of potency in men is also promoted by pressing with the fingers (according to the shiatsu method) on the lumbosacral region, where the lumbosacral plexus passes. A slight pressure on the points of the lumbar vertebrae and sacrum 10 times for 3 seconds per point strengthens these nerves, which is important because trauma in this area contributes to reducing potency.Strengthening of sexual potency is also facilitated by pressing on the epigastrium with three fingers (10 times for 5 seconds each). Frequent pressing below the right costal arch also increases sexual activity.Male menopause (Andropause)In the second half of life, men undergo physical, mental and hormonal changes.The term “climax” is in fact not quite correct to use in relation to men. They have sex glands do not stop their activities with age. Changes in the male organism in the second half of life in no way affect fertility. Most men are able to conceive a child even at the age of 60 years and older.Physically during male menopause can be a gradual decrease in muscle mass and strength. Psychological symptoms usually constitute lethargy and drowsiness, depression, irritability, mood swings, a general feeling of ill health. There are also signs of a decrease in potency and a weakening of sexual desire. And if a man experiencing such problems does not meet due understanding and kind attitude from his sex partner, then a severe experience of such changes can cause a mental crisis that can bring to impotence.