How To Get Rock Hard In An Instant

How To Get Rock Hard In An Instant

So here’s the scenario…

You and your lover are already getting frisky in the bedroom. Naturally, you’d like to get rock hard as soon as you can to start giving her the sexual satisfaction she wants between the sheets.

But the thing is you’re simply noticing that it’s taking longer for you to achieve a strong erection these days.

No need to panic just yet though. And there’s no need to get your hands on pills, creams and other artificial stuff that claim to get you rock hard each time things get hot in bed with your partner. You’re just probably making a simple mistake that prevents you from doing so as fast as you’d like.

And this mistake is worrying too much.

However, before I explain this to you in detail, let me give you a quick rundown on what happens inside your body during sexual arousal…

As soon as the brain detects that you and your lover are getting at it in the bedroom, it fires up the endocrine glands to produce and release mood-altering hormones that trigger significant changes in the system. Besides spiking up the heart and breathing rate, these hormones also direct a more than usual amount of blood to the pelvic region.

A substantial amount of this blood flow is sent to the spongy erectile tissues in the penis to firm it up. As soon as they’ve got all the blood they need, an erection will be achieved. The hormones that get released during sexual arousal also ensure that you’ll stay hard in the process.

That is if the right mood-altering hormones are let loose…

As it turns out, your body can also churn out stress hormones that can make your erections rather weak. Depending on how much of them are released, they can even prevent you from getting hard at all.

Sure you wouldn’t want to have these stress hormones getting in the picture when you and your lover are going at it in the bedroom, but there is one thing that you may be doing during sex that easily coaxes them to make an unexpected appearance.

And here’s where worrying too much comes in…

Instead of getting your body ready for lovemaking by releasing positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin, the brain translates your anxiety as a sign that you may be in some form of danger and lets loose their negative counterparts, such as adrenaline and cortisol.

So if you’re looking to really get rock hard in an instant when things get hot in bed, make sure you relax and enjoy the whole thing as much as you can…or else you’ll just find yourself suffering from the dreaded softie syndrome unexpectedly.

(And here’s something you should have in your regular diet to protect your erections from getting weak anytime soon.)

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