What To Think About To Prevent Erectile Dysfunction

What To Think About To Prevent Erectile Dysfunction

So here’s the scenario…

You and your lover are getting frisky in the bedroom. And when you think you’re ready to take things up a notch, you discover that you’re just not getting an erection.

Now while that may already sound like your sex session is headed for disaster, there’s no need to worry just yet. One of the best ways to stop erectile dysfunction from happening is to put all your focus into getting hard.

While this may sound overly simplistic, you’ll see my point when you follow along.

While I was still researching deeply into the male sexuality a few years ago, I found out that a man’s brain plays a key role in the whole sexual arousal process.

Unlike what most guys think, it’s not the penis that’s in charge when it comes to getting an erection. Surprisingly, it’s the brain. Unless you’ve got an illness or health condition that is hindering you from getting hard, it’s ultimately the brain that calls all the shots from the start of sexual arousal to orgasm.

Besides releasing hormones that induced a changes in the body like increased heart rate and blood pressure, the brain also gives instructions to direct the erectile tissues in the penis to absorb as much as blood as they can to achieve a stable erection.

What’s really interesting is that you’re going to have problems getting hard if you’re thinking about something other than getting hard or what turns you on.

During my research, I found out that if a man failed to get an erection, the most probable reason behind it is he isn’t using his mental power to its full potential. To give you a clearer picture of what I am driving at, let me point out an example that I’m sure you’ve been through once or twice…

Have you ever been so anxious during a sex that you can’t seem to get a stable erection no matter how hard you try? When you’re anxious, you are basically preventing yourself from getting rock hard because you are focusing on something on something other than getting hard – such as you failing to satisfy your lover, your lover not being happy, you feel embarrassed and so on.

So instead of releasing hormones and getting your body ready for sex, the brain focuses on other things that won’t give you an erection.

Keep in mind to use your brain to its full potential the next time you want to get hard. You’ll just be amazed how fast you can have a stable erection when you do this.

(And here’s how you can boost her sexual pleasure with dark chocolate.)


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