There are few things more frustrating for a man than a weak hard-on. When the wind is out of his sail, a man can feel very angry, confused, and bad about himself. However, over 50 percent of men have issues with male organ function at some point in their lives, so don’t get down – get solutions instead. Here are seven ways a man can raise his hard-on from the dead.
#1: Lose the Spare Tire
Dunlap syndrome can rob men of boners – it’s true. Obesity is quickly becoming the top killer in America. It leads to heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, all of which kill hard-ons. In fact, over 50 percent of men with diabetes suffer from male organ dysfunction. Eat a healthy diet, watch sugar levels, and get daily exercise to lose that spare tire, feel better, and get the boner back.
#2: Guilty Member
When a man loses his male organ function, one of the first questions doctors ask is, “Are you having an affair or getting some action on the down-low?” Well, maybe not in those words, but they ask because of the persistently high instances of lack of male organ function when committing adultery.
In layman’s terms, unless the wifey is cool with side pieces, it’s likely the hubby is going to feel guilty about it. That guilt will transform into anxiety, and guess what anxiety does? Yep, it shuts that hard-on all the way down. Decide which one goes: the cheating or the relationship.
#3: Don’t Stifle That Yawn!
For some people, just seeing or hearing the word yawn is enough to make them yawn; however, some people stifle their yawns. But men, here’s a reason to embrace yawning. The body believes that yawning and getting a woody is nearly the same thing.
When a man yawns, he releases nitric oxide, which goes down and out the mouth or down the spinal cord to the blood vessels that pump blood to the member, filling it up to produce a hard-on. That’s why a big yawn has the power to create a tremor downtown. Men should allow themselves to yawn when it comes up to keep the neurochemical pathways open, keeping hard-ons strong.
#4: Catch Those ZZZs
A man can sleep his way back to male organ function. Every night, men have between three and five hour-long hard-ons. These hard-ons are kind of like a reinvigoration for the member. Blood rushes to the member and provides it with the oxygen it needs to maintain healthy tissue. Lack of sleep means lack of nighttime woodies, which means weak hard-ons when a man is awake and raring to go.
If there was ever a reason to prioritize sleep, this is it.
#5: Put a Ring on It
Cock rings are ideal for helping a man maintain a hard-on. Notice the word “maintain.” That implies that the hard-on has to happen before the ring goes on. Basically, a man pops his weasel, he puts the cock ring on, and it keeps the blood in the shaft, thereby maintaining the hard-on. There are four types of rings: stretchy, solid, vibrating, and adjustable. A good place to start is a modest stretchy one at first to get used to the feeling.
Pro: They also keep latex protection in place.
Cons: Don’t fall asleep with it on, and it can keep blood flow in for an excessive amount of time, which can lead to male organ atrophy.
#6: Snip Weak Hard-ons in the Bud
If a man is done having rug-rats or doesn’t want them to begin with, a vasectomy might be for him. How? Some men fear an accidental pregnancy – the latex protection broke, she wasn’t on the tablet, etc. That anxiety kills male organ function. A little snip-snip (it’s an outpatient surgery), and that anxiety goes away. Oh, but don’t have unprotected relations for six weeks, as it takes a little while to kick in.
#7: Use a Member Creme
Some men use a member crème to shock and awe their member back to life. By using a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) regularly, they experience stronger, firmer hard-ons. A quality crème will have L-arginine and vitamin C, two proven blood flow boosters. Add some L-carnitine to the mix for peripheral nerve damage protection to preserve and enhance sensitivity. Wrap it up with even more nutrients with a smooth, shea butter base and a man’s little friend will be standing tall and proud in no time.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.