Valentines Love and Your Health

Valentines Love and Your Health

It seems as the years go by, time seems to flee faster. Valentines is quickly approaching and trying to decide the perfect “I want you Bad!” gift ideas is not an easy task for most. Usually we eye a unsuspecting future partner as having it all, in all areas of life most seem to be attracted to want they lack most in life.

Though physical attraction is the first indicator of approval, then comes demeanor, character and yada yada so on. Everyone experiences the same flow of things. Valentines however is a big deal for many. The culturally acceptable cards, flowers and gift baskets seem to lose their glam after awhile.

Valentines is for the creative

Being unique is man’s ultimate goal. Afterall nobody wants to be the same as anyone else, which is to me ironic being that most want the same thing. Human’s go figure…

Enter the world of unique gifts, accessories and creative ways to tell that apple in your eye, “I wanna make pie with you,” than inviting them to a day spent in adrenaline, sweat pumping action having Se,-vered the fear of skydiving. Ha and you thought I was writing about the gutterous underworld of silk and lace.. no.

Adrenaline is the healthiest chemical we can possibly muster out of carbon existence in this universe. It motivates the metabolism, and the healthy bi-product serotonin to levels we perceive as pleasurable. So why not stop in and visit our friends at Geckos and check out some of the most creative valentine’s gifts you can ever find.

In fact many of these gifts can help you determine if both of you should see other men. It helps separate those who do from those who follow. Depending on your personal taste, it helps you get one step closer to enjoying that pie! Adrenaline can be your best friend or worst enemy so treat her well and reap the health benefits associated with adrenaline. Adrenaline comforts in times of stress and it can also take you over the top. Especially when combined with alternative external stimulants. I suggest a light meal in the morning before you go and seek the adrenaline fix your craving.

As we all know Adrenaline is a hormone secreted by the adrenal glands, especially in conditions of stress, increasing rates of blood circulation, breathing, and carbohydrate metabolism and preparing muscles for exertion. Adrenaline here is used in both technical and nontechnical contexts. It is commonly used in describing the physiological symptoms (such as increased heart rate and respiration) that occur as part of the body’s fight-or-flight response to stress, as when someone is in a dangerous, frightening, or highly competitive situation.

Adrenaline is produced in the medulla in the adrenal glands as well as some of the central nervous system’s neurons. Within a couple of minutes during a stressful situation, adrenaline is quickly released into the blood, sending impulses to organs to create a specific response. If you’ve ever been in a car that screeched to a stop, barely avoiding an accident, you probably felt a surge of adrenaline that left your heart pounding.

Heart Pounding Valentines Day


With Geckos, choosing that unique heart pounding adrenaline infused gift is easy! Geckos offer adventure travel for 18-39 year olds and allow you to see things that tourists didn’t even know existed. How about a Holiday in Africa or even an exciting Getaway to India whatever experience you are looking for you can’t help but Run Wild

Just because you’re young, doesn’t mean you want to sit on a coach and churn through 30 countries in 10 days. You want to meet locals, embrace new cultures, and actually learn stuff, while hanging out with people your own age and hitting up some cool backstreet bars along the way.  Also be sure to check your blood pressure.

Experience Valentines local life

After showing your apple pie the must-sees, Geckos take things to a whole new level of awesome. With your local leader and new friends by your side, they’ll introduce you to local life, plus the amazing experiences that come with it like homestays, community visits, and those super-cool bars and tucked-away restaurants that only locals know about. Contact Us!

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