Why You're Not Getting Rock Hard As Fast As Before

Why You’re Not Getting Rock Hard As Fast As Before

If you’re anything like most men, getting rock hard as soon as things get hot in the bedroom is definitely the top item on your sexual checklist. However, the thing is you’re just finding yourself taking longer to rise up to the occasion these days.

There’s no need to worry just yet though. There’s a big possibility that you are simply not having as much fiber in your diet as you ought to. Let me explain what I mean…

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 to help you understand the whole thing easier.

See, as soon as the brain detects that you and your lover are already getting frisky in bed, it stimulates the endocrine glands to produce and release certain mood-altering hormones that prep up the body for sex. These hormones basically set off key changes needed to make you properly function sexually.

Besides spiking the breathing and heart rate, these mood-altering hormones also promote a more than usual flow of blood to the pelvic region. Most of this is directed to the rather spongy erectile tissues in the penis, in which an erection is achieved once they absorb all the blood they need.

Unless these erectile tissues get the right amount of blood they need, it’s either you’ll only end up with a very weak erection that will fizzle out sooner than you’d like to or perhaps you won’t get hard even the slightest at all.

Now that we’ve established how blood plays a very important role in getting a strong erection, here’s where fiber gets into the picture…

As it turns out, fiber has the ability to keep blood flow optimal in the body. It does this by preventing the onset of hypertension, which can disrupt the overall circulatory function of the system and significantly inhibit blood from getting to the erectile tissues during sexual arousal.

As an added bonus, having sufficient levels of fiber in the body also helps get rid of bad cholesterol that can promote the development of plaque that can stick to the walls of arteries and veins and block off blood flow. This can lead to serious health issues in the long run like stroke, heart attack and other cardiovascular problems.

So the next time you drop by your local grocery, make it a point to grab a few fiber-rich foods to help ensure that you’ll get rock hard on demand as soon as things get hot in the bedroom. (And keep clear from high blood pressure and heart issues while at it as well.)

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