I always get disappointed when I hear about guys relying on artificial means to boost their sexual stamina when there are perfectly natural ways to do the same.
So if you’re looking to improve your sexual stamina the next time things get hot in the bedroom, here are a few simple methods you need to keep in mind…
Now while chronic male smokers say that indulging in cigarettes can relieve stress and tension, it only has a number of harmful effects to a man’s body. And smoking’s most significant effect is the constriction of veins and arteries or “vasoconstriction,” which can hamper the flow of blood during sexual arousal.
See, apart from preventing the erectile tissues in the penis absorb a sufficient amount of blood to get a stable erection, the body will also have a tough time keeping oxygen levels ideal and getting rid of lactic acid in the muscles, which can make a man feel rather exhausted quicker than he’d like to.
This simply means your next lovemaking session can end prematurely (and it’s not even clear if you will reach orgasm or not as well).
Have more fiber in your diet.
Fiber is an essential nutrient that helps flush out bad cholesterol away from the body. When bad cholesterol is allowed to build up in the system, it can hamper the normal traffic in the bloodstream, leading to a number of health risks that can cause a very big dip in your sexual stamina.
Just to give you an idea of these health risks, uncontrolled bad cholesterol can lead to hypertension, stroke, heart attack and colon cancer to name a few. Remarkably, not having sufficient fiber in the body also disrupts normal bowel movement.
Come to think of it, feeling constipated can easily ruin the mood on your next sex session. Just imagine what would happen if you suddenly felt the need to go to the toilet when things are just heating up between the sheets. Good sources of fiber include oatmeal, bananas and leafy vegetables.
Ease up on fatty foods.
Loading up on too much fatty food can easily spike low-density lipoproteins (LDL) or bad cholesterol in the body. As we have discussed earlier, bad cholesterol is simply bad news for your sexual stamina. Moreover, too much fat can also make you pack on excess pounds that can potentially lead to obesity if not dealt with properly as well.
(Now here’s the worst sex myth ever!)