How You Can Take The Power Of Your Erections Up A Notch Naturally
While checking out my inbox last weekend, I came across a message from TJ who shares that he’s experiencing problems with his ability to get rock hard in bed these days. And it’s already affecting his overall performance during lovemaking.
Besides pointing out that he doesn’t seem to achieve erections as quick and as powerful like they used to, TJ also emphasizes that this problem may be somewhat connected to his age since he’s already pushing 53 in a few weeks.
TJ even reveals that he’s already getting a bit desperate and thought about using artificial products like the “little blue pill” to bring back the intensity of his erections unless he finds a simple and natural solution to this problem.
Well, before we go on with this post, I’d just like to kick things off by saying that age has nothing to do with achieving powerful erections and getting your hands on artificial products like pills, creams and gels will only do more harm than good in the long run.
So if you’re really looking to take the power of your erections up a notch naturally, make sure you follow along…
At its simplest, getting rock hard is a result of a process that gets triggered during sexual arousal. As soon as the brain detects that you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already heating things up in bed, it activates the hormone-producing glands in the body to start churning out specific types of positive hormones.
These positive hormones, such as oxytocin and dopamine, trigger key changes in the body when they get released. Some of these more prominent changes include making your breathing and pulse rates temporarily surge as well as directing a more than usual amount of blood to the pelvic region.
This blood is eventually absorbed by the erectile tissues in the penis, which results to a full-blown erection as soon as they take in all that they need.
But the thing is these erectile tissues won’t be able to absorb the ideal amounts of blood they need if the channels that are sending it to them are not functioning ideally, particularly the blood vessels, arteries and veins.
And one commonly overlooked factor that can significantly affect their function is not being hydrated enough. See, water doesn’t just ease thirst or make you feel cooler when the weather is a bit warm.
It also keeps blood channels as elastic and supple as they should to really deliver blood where it’s needed in the body. Simply downing at least 6 to 8 glasses of water each day will already do the trick.
(Now we’ve got that covered, here’s why you need to load up on more fiber while at it.)