Your Erections Are Going To Weaken When You Forget To Do This
I’m pretty sure that your ability to get rock hard on demand is one of the attributes that you consider really important. Apart from being your body’s cue that you’re prepped up to give your wife, girlfriend or lover a mind-blowing sex session, it also makes feel like a man each and every time you rise up to the occasion.
But the thing is I discovered during my extensive research into the male sexuality that there is a mistake that a lot of guys seem to overlook that can put their erections at risk of weakening in the long run.
And there’s even a big possibility that you’re making this erection-sapping mistake as well.
Make sure you follow along to find out more…
But before we get right down to the key details, let’s start things off with a quick walkthrough on how your body gets an erection going.
As soon as the brain detects a specific stimulus that makes you feel frisky in the bedroom, it sends a message to the hormone-producing glands to release a more than usual amount of positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin that set off significant yet temporary changes in the body.
These changes include a spike in the heart and breathing rates, extra sensitivity of the skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones, as well as a boost in the overall circulation of the body, particularly to the pelvic region where this added blood flow is absorbed by the erectile tissues in the penis to firm it up.
And you’re going to get rock hard when these tissues have already absorbed the ideal amount of circulation they need.
Now here’s the mistake I was telling you about earlier…
I learned during my extensive research into the male sexuality that not getting enough sleep can easily promote a gradual increase in the body’s cortisol levels. Cortisol is basically a type of stress hormone that has the ability to cancel out the function of its positive counterparts.
If the cortisol levels in your body go off the charts, it is highly likely that you’re either going to have a weak erection that will simply fizzle out sooner than you’d like to or perhaps not rise up to the occasion at all.
And just to make things worse, having too much stress hormones in the body can lead to premature ejaculation, too. How’s that for double trouble?
Although there will be instances that you’ll find yourself missing out on sleep from time to time, make it a point to have at least 8 or 9 straight hours of shuteye as much as you can and you’ll be fine.