How to Optimize Your Work Life
Dr. Gapin begins by discussing ways that men can optimize their work lives. One of the most important things he stresses is the importance of taking care of your physical health. After all, if your body isn’t functioning at its best, neither will your mind. He recommends investing in a good quality multi-vitamin as well as fish oil supplements to make sure you’re getting all the nutrients you need to function at your best. Additionally, he suggests incorporating some type of movement into your daily routine, whether it’s a morning jog or an after-work yoga class. Exercise not only benefits your physical health, but also your mental wellbeing—something that’s essential for peak performance at work.
How to Optimize Your Play Life
Next up, Dr. Gapin talks about how men can optimize their “play” lives—that is, their social lives outside of work. Just like with work, it’s important to maintain a healthy balance between mind and body when it comes to play. That means getting enough sleep, eating a nutritious diet, and exercising regularly. It also means making time for activities that bring you joy and spending time with people who make you feel good about yourself. When it comes to relationships, romantic or otherwise, Dr. Gapin says it’s important to communicate openly and honestly with your partner(s). Frequent communication will help prevent misunderstandings and build a stronger relationship overall.
How to Optimize Your Bedroom Life
Last but not least, Dr. Gapin offers advice on how men can optimize their bedroom lives. Perhaps unsurprisingly, he says that maintaining a healthy lifestyle is key to having a healthy sex life. Eating right, exercising, and getting enough sleep will all help improve your sexual performance. In addition, he recommends things like self-pleasure and exploring different types of sexual activity with your partner (if you have one) in order to keep things fresh and exciting in the bedroom. Of course, sometimes problems arise that are beyond our control—such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation—and in those cases, he recommends seeking professional help from a qualified medical doctor or therapist.