If you’re anything like most guys, I’m betting that you consider your ability to achieve strong and lasting erections as one of your greatest attributes.
Besides being your body’s cue that you’re all prepped up to give your lover a sex session she won’t forget anytime soon, you’re also in for a lot of pleasurable sensations while at it.
Now while you may not have even the least difficulty achieving a powerful erection on demand these days, constantly being under lots of negative stress can have an effect on your ability to get rock hard when you want to.
And apart from finding it tricky to rise up to the occasion, having an overload of stress hormones also makes you vulnerable to bouts of anxiety and other issues sooner or later.
Getting rid of negative stress isn’t that complicated, though. Why not follow along and pick up some tips that I’ve learned during my extensive research into the male psychology?
Discover a new hobby.
If you’re feeling a bit under the sun lately and looking to make life more exciting, discovering a new hobby is one of the best ways to do just that.
There is no actually right or wrong way to do this. You can either finally engage in that activity that you’ve always wanted to do or perhaps ask your friends and loved ones what they’re into these days.
Remember to have relaxation time.
Unlike what a lot of men mistakenly believe, putting time aside solely for relaxation doesn’t make you less of a guy.
Besides helping you recharge to take on your normal routine, making it a habit to relax also helps significantly decrease the amount of stress that you may be experiencing.
No while this sound surprising, the body will put itself in a more relaxed and easygoing pace when the brain detects that you’re breathing slower than usual.
See, breathing slowly is one of the body’s cues that you’re calming down and taking it easy. (And it can even help prevent premature ejaculation, too.)
Plan your schedule carefully.
Messy schedules can lead to annoying mix-ups, like being late for an important meeting or forgetting to drop by the grocery to get some necessities, which can result to stressful moments.
Make it a point to always plan your schedule carefully by jotting them down on a notepad or a journal and you’ll be surprised how hassle-free things will be.
Don’t do work at home.
Sure bringing work at home can give you the notion that you’re going to have extra time accomplishing them, but it will actually just make you feel tired and restless.
Leave work at the office where it should be.