A Fashion No-No That Can Promote Erectile Dysfunction
If you’re a regular follower of my posts, you probably already know that grooming plays a key role when it comes to acing a first date or boosting your confidence levels. But the thing is, a lot of men tend to overlook the fact that not paying close attention to the stuff you’re wearing can also lead to erectile dysfunction.
I know this sounds rather surprising right now, but you’ll find out more when you follow along…
While checking out my inbox this morning, I came across a question from Ron who asks why his erections seem to be losing their strength and intensity these days. He shares that he loads up on the right stuff, exercises at least twice a week and doesn’t smoke.
However, Ron reveals that he is quite conscious about the clothes he wears and tries to keep up with the latest fashion trends. And I think I already have an idea what’s causing the problem. Make sure you follow along to find out more…
If you’ve been following AdviceForHim.com for a while now, you probably already know that the brain stimulates the endocrine glands to start churning out feel-good hormones to set off key changes that the body needs to get ready for lovemaking during sexual arousal.
Besides making you breathe faster and spike up your heart rate, these hormones will also direct a more than usual amount of blood to the pelvic region where a significant amount of it is absorbed by the erectile tissues in the penis. When these tissues get all the blood they need, you’ll get rock hard and ready for action in the bedroom.
Unless something is preventing the blood from getting to the pelvic region and all the way to the erectile tissues, you’re sure to rise up to the occasion each time you and your lover start getting frisky.
You can think of the blood flow directed to the pelvic region during sexual arousal as a car traveling on a highway. As long as there aren’t any obstacles on the road, it will easily arrive to where it’s supposed to go.
However, there are particular types of clothing that can hamper this flow of blood to the erectile tissues in the penis. One of them is tight pants or skinny jeans – you know, the really popular ones these days?
And you could be prone to erectile dysfunction sooner or later if you have the habit of wearing them.
This is because they are tailored to accent certain areas of the legs to make them look longer and more well-formed. Unfortunately, the parts where these accents are located pinch the blood vessels, veins and arteries where blood passes through during sexual arousal, which can affect their performance in the long run.
I’m not saying that keeping up with the latest fashion trends is totally bad. However, if it’s already hampering the natural flow of things in your body, especially blood during sexual arousal, I recommend that it’s best that you should cross them out of your wardrobe list as soon as you can.