Are You Doing This Mistake That Can Hurt Your Erections?

Are You Doing This Mistake That Can Hurt Your Erections?

I’m pretty sure that getting a strong erection and maintaining it for as long as you can is one of your top priorities when things get hot in the bedroom. However, you’re just noticing that your ability to rise up to the occasion these days isn’t as intense as usual.

Sure you may be eating right, keeping your alcohol consumption moderate, have a regular exercise regimen and kicked your smoking habit for a long time now, but there is a big possibility that you’re making a simple mistake that can hurt your erections.

And this mistake is not having the right amount of sleep daily. Make sure you follow along to find out why getting enough shuteye each time you climb in bed is really important so you will always get rock hard on demand…

If you’ve been following for a while now, you may have probably stumbled upon my posts on what happens inside your body during sexual arousal already. And when it comes to achieving an erection, hormones play a very important role.

See, hormones pretty much kick off the sexual arousal process in your body.

Besides making your skin extra sensitive for a temporary period of time, especially in and around the erogenous zones, 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.

As soon as these erectile tissues get all the blood they need, an erection is achieved. And unless they get the right amount, it’s either you will have a rather weak erection that will fizzle out sooner than you’d like to or perhaps you won’t get one at all.

During my extensive research into the male sexuality, I discovered that testosterone is one of the key hormones that are involved in the male sexual arousal process.

Testosterone is one of the hormones that are very significant in male sexual function and what’s really interesting is the body is at its peak in producing them during REM (dream) sleep. This simply means that you are going to experience a dip in your testosterone levels if you’re regularly missing out on sleep.

And when you’re frequently sleep-deprived, you are also going to have a surge of stress hormones taking the place of testosterone that will just make you even more vulnerable to problems in the bedroom from erectile dysfunction to coming too quickly during lovemaking.

So if you’re feeling that your ability to get rock hard seems to lose its steam these days, try changing your sleeping habits for the better. You will not just feel well-rested, but also ready to rock in the bedroom always, too.

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