Oral Hygiene and Achieving Stable Erections: Why They Go Together

Oral Hygiene and Achieving Stable Erections: Why They Go Together

I’m very fond of making lists whenever I need to buy groceries. Besides reminding me of the necessary stuff that I have to buy, it also helps me prevent overspending money, especially when I pass by the aisle with the chips and sodas.

However, there are three items that I consider as mainstays in my grocery shopping schedule. These are dental floss, toothpaste and a new toothbrush every three months or so. Now while you may think that I’m a bit of an oral hygiene nut, you’ll probably feel the same way after reading this…

You see my dentist revealed something to me a few months back that made me more conscious of my oral health. While dropping by for a regular check-up, he told me that there is a connection between stable erections and the condition of your teeth and gums.

Let me explain…

The whole inside of your mouth is basically a sensory powerhouse. It’s overloaded with hundreds of thousands of nerve endings that allow you to not just taste countless flavor profiles, but also feel a variety of textures at the same time.

Just beneath your gums and teeth are nerve endings directly linked to blood vessels, which involuntarily tell your brain a lot of things like the temperature of the food you’re eating or if you need to have more saliva in the mouth

Not keeping your oral health in tiptop shape not only impairs the exchange of information sent from the mouth to your brain, but can also prevent the blood vessels from doing their jobs the way they should.

And this is where it gets really interesting…

Besides causing harmful infections, diseased gums and teeth expose blood vessels to bacteria and other nasty things that can possibly hinder blood from flowing in the body. And without proper blood flow, achieving a stable erection can be quite a challenge.

It really doesn’t matter how much you exercise or perhaps how healthy your diet is. If you’re not keeping your oral hygiene in check, in the long-term you could be risking not being able to maintain full erections.

If you’re anything like most men, you probably hate flossing or visiting the dentist from time to time. But if I were you, I would begin immediately being more conscious of your oral health.

Just think about it like this… Taking time to brush and floss is much more bearable than finding out that you’re not getting it up between the sheets. (And here’s why you shouldn’t have sex on the beach.)


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