You're Not Getting As Hard Like You Used To Because Of This Mistake

You’re Not Getting As Hard Like You Used To Because Of This Mistake

If you’re anything like most guys, chances are you value your ability to achieve strong and lasting erections when things are already getting pretty hot in the bedroom. It basically means that you’re fully capable of pleasuring your wife, girlfriend or lover as soon as the action starts.

However, you’re simply noticing that your erections aren’t as powerful and intense like they used to these days. And you’re already tempted to get your hands on pills, gels, creams and other artificial products that claim to bring them back to their former glory.

Before we move on, though, I’d just like to emphasize that the operative word with these products is “artificial.” They work by inducing effects in the body that are either forced or completely alien to the system.

Sure they may somehow produce the erection-boosting benefits that you want, but something’s got to give sooner or later and it’s your body that will be going through the nasty side effects in the long run.

Let’s start the ball rolling by having a quick rundown of the process that happens inside your body that leads to an erection.

See, it begins as soon as the brain detects a stimulus that turns you on. It immediately stimulates hormone-producing glands to churn out specific positive hormones that trigger prominent yet temporary changes in the body when they reach a certain level.

Apart from picking up your heart and breathing rates, these hormones also take your circulation up a notch to direct a more than usual amount of blood flow to where it’s really needed like the erectile tissues in the penis. When these erectile tissues absorb all the blood they need, you get rock hard and ready for some sexy action.

However, the transport of this increased blood flow won’t take place if the channels like the blood vessels, veins and arteries aren’t working up to par. If they aren’t as supple and elastic as they should, it’s either the blood that flows through them will have a tricky time reaching the erectile tissues in the penis or may not even get there at all.

I know this sounds really surprising, but one of the biggest reasons that this happens is the lack of hydration. If the blood channels aren’t kept ideally hydrated, you’ll definitely have problems rising up to the occasion in the long run. Loading up on at least 6 to 8 glasses daily will already do the trick.

Keeping clear from too much salt and oil should be on your checklist, too.

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