Are You Eating Enough Fiber In Your Diet?
I’m pretty sure that getting a strong erection and maintaining it until you’ve given your wife, girlfriend or lover the sexual pleasure she wants in the bedroom is the top item in your sexual checklist.
But the thing is there’s a big possibility that your ability to get rock hard when things are heating up in bed is at risk because of a simple mistake that you’re making. Make sure you follow along to find out more…
If you’ve been following AdviceForHim.com for a while now, you probably already came across my posts on how diet plays a key role in your ability to get and stay rock hard during lovemaking.
What you eat and drink in a regular basis can easily affect how fast and efficient your body can direct blood to the pelvic region during sexual arousal, where it is absorbed by the erectile tissues in the penis. These spongy tissues take in all the blood they need until they ideally firm up, resulting to an erection.
Now while the body is naturally wired to get this process going each time you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are at it in the bedroom, overlooking a simple mistake can disrupt the whole thing the least you expect it.
And this simply means you’ll find yourself not getting as hard as you used to or perhaps losing your erection before you really got started in bed. I know this sounds surprising, but this mistake is not including fiber in your regular diet.
See, I’ve stumbled upon a study published by the American Society of Hypertension in a medical journal I checked out during my extensive research into the male sexuality.
The study basically reinforced the link between abnormally high blood pressure levels and erectile dysfunction. Although it is necessary to perk up the blood flow to direct a sufficient amount of it to the erectile tissues in the penis, the process gets disrupted when a guy is experiencing hypertension.
This is because the body can’t fully send the blood where it’s supposed to go. When this happens, it’s either you’ll take a longer time to get rock hard in bed or perhaps find your erection fizzling out sooner than you’d like to.
Now here’s where fiber gets in the picture.
According to numerous clinical studies, loading up on sufficient amounts of fiber daily helps get rid of low density lipoproteins (LDL) or bad cholesterol in the body that can accumulate in and around the blood vessels.
The moment the amount of bad cholesterol in your blood vessels becomes overwhelming, it already affects the flow of blood, which leads to hypertension. And when you have hypertension…well, let’s say you’re sure to see drastic changes in your ability to rise up to the occasion.
Upping your fiber intake isn’t that complicated, too. You only have to load up on more oranges, mushrooms, beans, squash, celery, leafy greens, cruciferous vegetables like cabbage and broccoli, as well as berries.
Making it a point to have extra helpings of oatmeal in your meal plan also helps a lot.