erection factors

Your oral hygiene can either make or break your erections...

Your oral hygiene can either make or break your erections…

Achieving a strong and stable erection is definitely the most important item in your sexual checklist when you and your lover are already heating things up in bed…

However, not keeping a close eye on 3 key factors can easily make you lose the intensity of your erections in the long run.

So if you’re looking to really get rock hard each time you and your partner are at it between the sheets, make sure you keep a close eye on the following…

Erection Factor #1: Your water consumption.

Now while this may sound surprising, how much water you drink can directly affect your ability to rise up to the occasion.

Not drinking enough of the stuff will somewhat dry up the tissues in the body, including the erectile tissues in the penis, which can significantly reduce their overall reaction time during sexual arousal.

Make it a point to drink at least 7 to 8 glasses of water each day to keep your hydration levels up to par. Keep clear from sugary drinks and sodas while you’re at it, too.

(Speaking of drinking, here’s why you should not indulge in too much alcohol.)

Erection Factor #2: Your exercise regimen.

Sweating it out is an important factor in achieving strong and stable erections.

Having a sedentary lifestyle will just make your erections fizzle out sooner or later. Just think how disappointing that would be for you and your lover.

Besides optimizing your circulation so you’ll always have ideal amounts of blood flow to your erectile tissues in the penis each time things are heating up in bed, you’ll also last longer during lovemaking as well.

And unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly think, starting an exercise regimen isn’t that tricky at all.

You can kick things off with low-impact exercises like slow jogging or brisk walking and build things up from there. Riding a bike is also a good idea.

Erection Factor #3: Your oral hygiene.

There is a direct link between your oral health and your ability to get rock hard during sexual arousal.

Bad teeth and diseased gums make the blood vessels in the facial area vulnerable to breaching from harmful bacteria that can disrupt normal blood flow.

And when the blood flow is affected, you’re sure to experience problems in the erection department the least you expect them.

Remember to brush and floss regularly as well as dropping by your dentist’s clinic for a checkup every couple of months or so.