Wear This And You'll Be At Risk Of The Dreaded Softie Syndrome

Wear This And You’ll Be At Risk Of The Dreaded Softie Syndrome

Getting a strong and lasting erection going is no doubt one of your biggest priorities when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already heating things up in bed. Besides being your body’s cue that you’re all prepped up to pleasure your partner sexually, it also means that you are in for some amazing sensations yourself before long.

Now while you don’t find it tricky to get rock hard on demand these days, I learned a seemingly innocent mistake that can make you prone to erectile dysfunction in the long run while checking out some new medical journals at the local library the other day.

And what’s scary is you could be unknowingly making this erection-sapping mistake now.

Make sure you follow along to find out what this mistake is and protect your ability to rise up to the occasion each time you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are getting frisky in the bedroom. I’ll start things off by giving you a quick rundown on what happens inside the body to get an erection going…

See, as soon as the brain detects a stimulus that turns you on, it immediately sends a message to the hormone-producing glands to churn out a more than usual amount of positive hormones like oxytocin and dopamine that triggers significant yet temporary changes in the body to get your sexual arousal in gear.

These changes include picking up your heart and breathing rates, taking the sensitivity of your skin up a notch as well as directing more blood flow to the pelvic region, particularly to the erectile tissues to firm them up.

And when these tissues have already absorbed the ideal amount of blood they need, you’re ready to get the party started in bed.

Now that we’ve established how vital the role of blood flow is in achieving a strong and lasting erection, here’s the mistake I was telling you about earlier…

A recent study conducted in the United Kingdom showed that men who regularly wore skinny jeans are eventually prone to significantly reducing the blood supply that reaches their pelvic region.

This either results to a weakened erection or not getting one at all.

And if that’s not bad enough, these unusually tight jeans can also lead to swollen and twisted testicles that can lead to even more serious sexual and health problems if not given the right attention as soon as possible.


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