Can a women tell how big your penis is from just looking at you? For centuries we have thought that a bigger foot means a longer penis. That large hands mean a large penis. Some think that the shape of your nose give away your size. These are WRONG.
But there does seem to be one way to guess from a distance, just by looking at a man. In a study published in the October 2002 issue of the British Journal of Urology International, researchers found the size of man’s feet does not correlate to the size of his penis. Urologists at St. Mary’s Hospital and University College Hospital in London recorded the penile length of 104 men with foot sizes 8 through 13. For the purposes of the study, the men’s organs were “gently stretched” while in the flaccid state and measured. When analyzed, the data so collected yielded no link between the size of the male organ and a man’s feet. “A common misconception,” the researchers reported, concluding, “There is no scientific support for this relationship.”
But there does seem to be one hint to tell a mans penis size by just looking at him. Its the difference in length between two specific fingers. Not only does it suggest your penis size but it also suggests how successful you might be in business. The longer your ring finger is to you index finger the larger you penis is and the better you will do in business.
British researchers at Cambridge University have found a connection between biology and successful financial trading. According to a report published in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences financial traders’ prenatal testosterone exposure corrolates to their “2D:4D ratio,” which is the relative lengths of the index and ring fingers on the right hand. Those exposed to higher levels of testosterone in the womb tend to have relatively longer ring fingers. The study found that the length of a person’s ring finger, when compared to the index finger, could be a way to measure their exposure to male sex hormones or androgens before birth. Such exposure could boost both concentration and reflexes — attributes necessary in the high-stress atmosphere of the trading floor, they said.
After making their measurements, researchers followed 44 traders around a trading floor in London, finding that traders’ profits and losses over the previous year-and-a-half were in proportions to the size of their ring finger. They also found correlations in higher long term profits and the length of time the traders lasted in the industry, according to reports.
The team found those stock traders with a lower digit ratio of 0.93, on average, earned 10 times more than those with an average ratio of 0.988. Traders with a lower digit ratio made an average of 679,680 pounds (or about $1 million U.S.), compared with 61,320 pounds ($90,956 U.S.) by those with a higher ratio, the report said.
Why? The explanation is complex: testosterone, a steroid hormone, surges between the 9th and 18th week of gestation, exerting powerful organizing effects on the developing body and brain. According to both animal and human studies, these effects may include increased confidence, risk-preferences and search persistence, as well as heightened vigilance and quickened reaction times.
The same ring-to-index finger ratio has previously been associated with success in competitive sports such as soccer and basketball, the researchers noted. Previous studies have found that such exposure can lead to increased confidence, risk preferences, search persistence, heightened vigilance and quickened reaction times.
Testosterone is the key sex hormone for men, it peaks during adolescence and early adulthood. As you get older, your testosterone level gradually declines — typically about 1 percent a year after age 30. Low Testosterone can lead to:
- Changes in sexual function. This may include reduced sexual desire, fewer spontaneous erections — such as during sleep — and infertility.
- Changes in sleep patterns. Sometimes low testosterone causes insomnia or other sleep disturbances.
- Physical changes. Various physical changes are possible, including increased body fat, reduced muscle bulk and strength, and decreased bone density. Swollen or tender breasts (gynecomastia) and hair loss are possible. You may experience hot flashes and have less energy than you used to.
- Emotional changes. Low testosterone may contribute to a decrease in motivation or self-confidence. You may feel sad or depressed, or have trouble concentrating or remembering things.
Our testosterone levels naturally decrease as we age. Diet and supplements can help a man maintain his vital testosterone levels. A good testosterone diet includes: Eat enough. Eat some fat. Eat some dietary cholesterol. Drink a protein and carb shake after working out. Eat cruciferous veggies. Eat plenty of carbs. Do not eat too much. Do not eat too much protein. Do not eat too much fat. Do not hit the bottle too hard. Do not eat too much fiber. Male enhancement products such as Endurnz, Zencore, Extenze contain natural plant extracts, minerals, amino acids, and herbs that help the body product more testosterone.