I’m pretty sure that getting a powerful and lasting erection is the top item in your sexual checklist when things are becoming extra steamy between the sheets.
Now while you may not be having any issues at all when it comes to rising up to the occasion these days, your ability to get rock hard on demand could be in jeopardy sooner or later if you’re not keeping the following things in mind…
Strong Erection Tip #1: Visit your dentist regularly.
I know this sounds surprising right now, but not making it a point to drop by your dentist’s clinic every 5 to 6 months can have a very big impact on your erections.
See, having diseased gums and teeth can lead to breaks into the blood vessels that run in and around the oral regions.
These breaks can allow bad bacteria to infiltrate the bloodstream and subsequently prevent the ideal amount of circulation directed to the erectile tissues in the penis during sexual arousal from getting to where they’re needed in the long run.
If you’ve got a bad tooth or perhaps bleeding and swollen gums, don’t ignore it and instead schedule an appointment with your dentist as soon as you can.
Strong Erection Tip #2: Watch your salt intake.
Although salt is needed to give food flavor, loading up on too much of it in a regular basis can disrupt your body’s ideal blood pressure levels, which causes a condition called hypertension.
Besides making you prone to heart disease and stroke, hypertension also keeps the blood channels like the blood vessels, veins and arteries from functioning properly.
This makes it really tough for them to get blood to the erectile tissues in the penis when you’re sexually aroused. It’s either you will end up with a weak erection that will fizzle out sooner than you’d like to or not get hard at all.
Strong Erection Tip #3: Limit your sitting time.
Did you know that habitually sitting for very long periods of time can have an effect on your ability to get an erection?
This is because some of the blood channels in and around the pelvic region tend to get constricted and their overall function will be affected sooner or later when this happens.
Make it a point to stand up and do some light exercises every 10 to 15 minutes if sitting for a long period is inevitable.
It’s also a good idea to keep from wearing skinny jeans while you’re at it, too.