If you’re anything like most guys, I’m pretty sure that the strength and intensity of your erections matter a lot to you.
Besides knowing that you have the ability to get rock hard and give your partner a lovemaking session that she won’t forget anytime soon, you’re also in for a lot of pleasurable sensations while at it as well.
Now while your erections may be strong and intense these days, you’re at risk of losing them sooner or later if you have the following bad habits…
You habitually light up a cigarette.
Sure having a cigarette helps you relax and relieve stress, but smoking in a regular basis is actually very bad when the power of your erection is concerned.
See, you’re not just getting a dose of nicotine each time you take a puff. You’re also introducing a lot of dangerous chemicals like carbon monoxide and tar in your system in the process.
Apart from disrupting your body’s circulation, these chemicals can also significantly lessen the suppleness of blood channels that direct blood to the erectile tissues in the penis to firm it up during sexual arousal.
You don’t exercise.
Not making exercise a mainstay in your regular schedule can have a big effect on your body’s overall function.
Besides making you feel tired and lethargic most of the time, your heart and blood flow can also become affected in the long run. You’ll also be prone to a lot of health issues like obesity if you have a sedentary lifestyle.
Simply having 15 to 20 minutes of vigorous exercise each day is sufficient to keep your body in good shape – and your erections up to par as well.
You don’t have to be a hardcore gym buff to do this, too. Easy options you can go for include slow jogging, brisk walking and biking.
You drink like a fish.
Now while enjoying moderate amounts of your favorite brew like beer and wine does have a few benefits to how your heart functions, overdoing the whole thing frequently can eventually lead to damage in a specific area of the brain that plays a key role in achieving and maintaining erections.
Just limit your consumption to a couple of servings a day and you’re good. It’s also important to remember that letting your alcohol intake go off the charts also puts your liver at risk to a number of problems in the long run.