This Mistake Can Prevent You From Getting Hard

This Mistake Can Prevent You From Getting Hard

Chances are you consider your ability to achieve a strong and lasting erection as a very important factor when it comes to really giving your wife, girlfriend or lover a sex session they won’t forget anytime soon when things get hot in the bedroom.

So you already have an idea how things will only lead to disaster when you notice that you just can’t rise up to the occasion like you used to the next time the both of you are already at it in bed.

But the thing is did you know that there is a mistake a lot of guys tend to overlook that can easily put your erections at risk of fizzling out sooner or later without even realizing it? Let me explain what I mean…

Now while getting an erection may look like something that happens almost instantly, it is actually the result of a rather intricate process that takes place in the body. It begins when the brain detects a stimulus that gets you sexually excited.

The brain then stimulates the hormone-producing glands to churn out specific positive hormones that set off significant yet temporary changes in your system that help you prep up for lovemaking. These include an increase in blood pressure and heart rate, as well as a more than usual amount of circulation being directed to the pelvic region.

This blood will be absorbed by the spongy erectile tissues in the penis to firm it up. As soon as they have absorbed all the blood that they need, you’ll get rock hard and ready for action in the bedroom. (This is the reason why you have to keep a close eye on your cholesterol levels if you want to keep your erections strong as well.)

And now here’s the mistake that I was telling you about earlier…

I know this sounds surprising right now, but making it a habit to worry that you won’t get an ideal erection when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already heating things up in bed will easily disrupt the production and release of positive hormones in the body during the sexual arousal process.

Just to make things worse, it also promotes the release of negative hormones that won’t just prevent blood from reaching the erectile tissues in the penis, but also potentially ruin your whole sexual mood while at it.

Although this won’t immediately have an effect on you, you’ll feel the effects of not having the right amount of positive hormones when you’re looking to achieve an erection soon enough if you become a worrywart.

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