If you’re anything like most men, getting a strong erection during sexual arousal and staying that way until you reach orgasm is a priority in your lovemaking checklist.
Sure you may not have any problems getting rock hard when you and your lover are at it between the sheets these days, but there are simple mistakes that could easily ruin your erections in the long run.
And there’s even a possibility that you could be making them now. Make sure you follow along to find out what these mistakes are that will sap the intensity of your erections…
You eat too much salty and oily food.
Blood circulation plays a very important role when it comes to achieving stable erections each and every time.
The erectile tissues in the penis need an ideal amount of blood to get rock hard.
If they don’t get the right amount, you’re either going to only have a weak erection that will fizzle out sooner than you’d like to or you won’t get an erection at all.
One key factor that can prevent this from happening is loading up on too much oily and salty food. Besides disrupting your blood pressure, you’re also at risk of constricting blood vessels.
You don’t exercise in a regular basis.
Sweating it out helps optimize overall heart function.
And when the heart is in good shape, it will work more efficiently it pumping blood during sexual arousal.
This simply means that the erectile tissues will have no trouble getting all the blood they need to get rock hard.
Starting an exercise routine isn’t that difficult, too. You can kick things off with low-impact exercises like biking and brisk walking to ease you into it.
You don’t masturbate regularly.
Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly think, masturbation isn’t all about pleasuring yourself sexually. It also helps “train” your brain to achieve a strong erection.
This is because your brain will be conditioned to activate the whole sexual arousal process when you start doing the deed.
What’s even more interesting is regular masturbation also prevents health issues like prostate cancer.
You sit for very long periods of time.
Scientific studies show that habitually sitting for a very long time can have a negative effect on your blood vessels.
Besides making your blood vessels constricted sooner or later, sitting down for hours will also affect how your heart will do its job.