Are You Making This Mistake That Can Slow Down Your Erection?

Are You Making This Mistake That Can Slow Down Your Erection?

I got a very interesting message while checking my inbox this morning and I’d like to share it with you…

According to the sender, Tim, he is having a tough time finding out why he has trouble getting a strong erection these days when he and his girlfriend are getting frisky in bed. He says that he is a fairly healthy guy, exercises regularly, doesn’t smoke and only drinks occasionally.

However, Tim reveals that he is a workaholic and has the habit of spending extra hours in the office. He even shares that he frequently brings work at home to get them done as soon as he can for the next day.

And I think I already know why he’s having trouble rising up to the occasion. Let me explain what I mean…

During my extensive research into the male sexuality, I discovered that stress is a very significant factor when it comes to erectile dysfunction. This is because it disrupts the natural process of getting a man ready for lovemaking during sexual arousal.

Here’s a quick rundown on what happens inside the body when things get hot in the bedroom…

As soon as the brain detects that you and your lover are getting frisky, it fires up the endocrine glands to produce and release positive hormones that trigger change in the body that prep you up for sex. These include spiking up the sensitivity of the skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones as well as increasing the heart and breathing rate.

Perhaps the most noticeable change in the body is the increase in blood flow to the pelvic region where it goes straight to erectile tissues in the penis to get it rock hard and ready for lovemaking. Moreover, these hormones also make sure that it stays that way until orgasm is reached.

Ideally, this is what happens when things go smoothly. However, a different outcome happens when a guy is experiencing too much stress, like what Tim is going through with his work. Instead of releasing hormones that help him achieve a stable erection during sexual arousal, the endocrine glands end up churning out stress hormones like adrenaline, which set off the opposite of their positive counterparts.

Rather than directing a more than usual amount of blood to the erectile tissues in the penis to get an erection going, stress hormones tend to constrict channels where blood flows through like blood vessels, arteries and veins, which can make getting rock hard extremely difficult.

Now while it is still possible to get an erection when you feel stressed, it will only either be weak or perhaps won’t last for a long time. Sure experiencing stress may be normal, but going through lots of it at once and in a regular basis can already be harmful to your erections.

Make sure you manage it properly to get rock hard on demand each and every time.

(Now here’s why smoking habitually can lead to erection problems as well.)



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