Why You Are Having Trouble Getting Hard Fast
While checking out a psychology journal the other day, I discovered a key factor that can easily ruin your chances of getting rock hard on demand when you and your girlfriend get frisky in the bedroom.
As it turns out, worrying too much during lovemaking can make it tricky for you to achieve a stable erection. And if you’ve got the habit of getting rather anxious when things heat up in bed, then you better follow along…
If you’re anything like most men, chances are you worry from time to time. There are a lot of possible reasons why you do so as well. Maybe it’s about a very important deadline at work or perhaps forgetting your anniversary.
Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly think, worrying is pretty normal and all men occasionally go through it. It doesn’t mean you already have a psychological problem if you get anxious every now and then.
Experiencing worry just goes to show that the hormones in your body are functioning properly.
And this is also the reason why being a worrywart during sex can easily prevent you from getting a strong erection. However, before I explain this more to you in detail, let me first give a quick rundown on how your body gets ready for lovemaking…
As soon as the brain detects that you and your girlfriend are getting at it in bed, it fires up the endocrine glands to produce and release positive hormones to set off significant changes in the system to prepare it for sex.
Besides spiking up the heart rate, these changes also include faster breathing and increased sensitivity to the male erogenous zones, particularly in and around the male genitals, like the nipples, scrotum and inner thighs.
And perhaps the most crucial effect of this hormonal reaction is the surge of blood flow directed to the pelvic region where it goes to the erectile tissues in the penis to get a stable erection going.
Unless these tissues get the sufficient amount of blood they need to firm up the penis, there is a very big possibility that you will only get a weak erection. There’s also the risk that you won’t get hard at all.
When you worry too much, especially during lovemaking thinking that you won’t give your girlfriend the sexual pleasure she wants, the endocrine glands let loose negative hormones that cancel out the effects of their positive counterparts. And instead of getting rock hard, you will just feel extremely nervous and unable to rise up to the occasion while at it.
This means your girlfriend won’t be having a pleasurable time herself as well.
So keep in mind to relax and take it easy when things get hot in the bedroom and you’ll be just fine. Remarkably, it can even help you last longer during sex as well.