When Was The Last Time You Visited The Dentist?

When Was The Last Time You Visited The Dentist?

If you’re anything like most men, chances are you consider your erections as one of the most important factors when it comes to giving your wife, girlfriend or lover a sex session that will knock her socks off.

In order to properly sexually penetrate your partner, you’ve got to have an erection that is not just strong, but also has a staying power that won’t fizzle out in the middle of the action. And if you play your cards right during your lovemaking session, she’s going to reach the Big O as you go along.

Now we’ve got that covered, here’s a simple question for you: when was the last time you dropped by the dentist’s to have your teeth and gums checked? I know this sounds a bit out of topic, but your dental health plays a key role when getting strong and lasting erections are concerned.

Let me explain what I mean…

Although getting an erection may seem like an almost instantaneous thing that happens when you get sexually aroused, it is actually a complicated physiological process. Now while we won’t be delving into its technical aspects in this post, I will explain the whole thing as simply as I can when you follow along.

It basically begins as soon as the brain detects a stimulus that gets you sexually aroused. It could be seeing something that you consider hot or perhaps being touched in a certain way that turns you on.

The brain then activates specific hormone-producing glands to release positive hormones that set off considerable yet temporary changes in the body.

Besides making your skin extremely sensitive to stimulation and picking up your heart and breathing rates, these hormones also promote a surge in your circulation to direct a more than usual amount of blood to your pelvic region where they get absorbed by the erectile tissues in the penis.

(Moreover, this is the why you need to load up on lots of water and fiber to keep your blood vessels, arteries and veins functioning up to par.)

As soon as these erectile tissues absorb all the blood they need, they significantly firm up and an erection is achieved. However, this process gets disrupted when you’ve got a bad tooth or diseased gums.

See, these dental health issues basically cause breaks in and around the oral region that can be an opening for bad bacteria to break through the blood vessels and eventually disrupt the course of blood to the erectile tissues in the penis.

So how about scheduling a visit to your dentist anytime soon to make sure your teeth and gums are in tiptop shape to avoid having erectile problems in the near future?


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