Here's An Erection-Sapping Mistake

Here’s An Erection-Sapping Mistake

If you’re anything like most men, getting rock hard each time you and your lover are at it in the bedroom is definitely a priority in your sexual checklist. But the thing is you’re noticing that your erections aren’t as strong as they used to these days.

There’s no need to worry just yet though. This doesn’t mean that you’re already losing your erection power. Chances are you’re simply making a mistake that is disrupting your ability to really rise up to the occasion in bed.

Let me explain what I mean…

However, before I reveal this mistake to you, let me give you a quick rundown on how your body gets an erection going during sexual arousal so you can understand the whole thing better as we go along.

See, as soon as the brain detects that things are already heating up between you and your partner in the bedroom, it activates the endocrine glands to start churning out feel-good hormones that play key roles in prepping you up for lovemaking.

Besides spiking up your heart and breathing rates, these hormones also direct a more than usual amount of blood to the pelvic region where most of it is absorbed by the erectile tissues in the penis. When these tissues finish absorbing all the blood they need, an erection is achieved.

One of the key hormones that ensures this process takes place properly is testosterone. The more you have of this hormone in your body, the faster you’ll get rock hard during sexual arousal. Having ideal testosterone levels also guarantees that your erections won’t fizzle out sooner than you’d like to during sex.

When the testosterone in your body plummets, your erections are definitely going to be affected. It’s either you will take longer to get rock hard or perhaps not achieve an erection at all when this happens.

Now for the mistake that I’ve told you about earlier…

Not managing stress properly can significantly bring down testosterone levels. This is because it allows cortisol, a type of stress hormone to surge. Cortisol basically prevents the body from producing ideal amounts of testosterone and even inhibiting it from being used by the cells and tissues.

Make it a point to be aware of the stressors that you have in your life and manage them suitably so you won’t be at risk of surging cortisol levels in your body. (De-stressing isn’t that tricky, too.)

The more you are in control of your stressors, the more ideal your testosterone levels are. And when you’ve got the right amount of testosterone in your body, the more powerful your erections will be.



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