Let’s go straight to the problem right away…
You’re simply noticing that your erections are not as strong and stable like they used to nowadays.
Now while you’re still rising up to the occasion when you and your lover start getting frisky between the sheets, you feel that it’s just not the same.
However, this doesn’t mean that you’ve already got to reach for pills, creams and other artificial stuff that are commercially available these days.
Chances are you’re simply making a few mistakes that can have a negative effect on the quality of your erections. Make sure you read on to find out what these mistakes are…
You’re not loading up on the right stuff.
Sure this may sound a bit surprising, but what you eat and drink regularly can have an effect on your erections sooner or later.
This is because if you have a healthy diet, your body’s overall circulation will be kept ideal or may even be improved.
On the other hand, if you’re always going for the unhealthy stuff like food high in bad cholesterol, sugar and salt, the blood flow in your body will become poor.
And your ability to get rock hard during sexual arousal will be compromised when this happens.
You are drinking like a fish.
Now while I’ve emphasized in an earlier post that drinking alcohol moderately can be rather beneficial to your circulation, overdoing the whole thing can lead to the opposite.
See, apart from making you prone to alcohol poisoning, your blood vessels are also going to be vulnerable to vasoconstriction, a health issue in which they become pinched and already prevents the ideal flow of blood to where they’re supposed to.
Since the erectile tissues in the penis need a certain amount of blood to firm up to achieve an erection, this can be an issue in the bedroom if not taken care of properly.
(You’ve also got to kick your smoking habit while at it as well.)
You’re not exercising at all.
What happens to a car when you leave it unused and not given the attention it deserves for a very long time?
It deteriorates and there’s even a chance that it won’t run smoothly again, right? This is what will happen to your body when you have a sedentary lifestyle.
Unfortunately, this also affects your overall blood flow in the long run and we’ve already touched on what will happen when that problem takes place.