To me, exercising and training the penis seems to be at least equally important as exercising other body parts, but it is not very often practised.
Erection Training involves many aspects. The specific penis exercises have to be one of the best things to start with - but it does depend upon what is causing your erection to become weaker. A healthier lifestyle in combination with the penis exercises will ensure that you stand every chance of gaining a stronger erection.
Not many people enjoy exercise and want to live a healthy lifestyle - there has to be a reason. If the reason is strong enough you'll be more likely to live a healthy lifestyle. If there is a great incentive - the
motivation to live a healthy lifestyle will be there. When we have this
incentive it can be easy and almost enjoyable to be healthy. The thought
of a stronger erection gives us all a great incentive to
exercise and live a healthy lifestyle. This focus can really help us
stay motivated to live just that bit healthier, and what's more our
whole body benefits.
There are many factors involved in gaining an erection. When you become aroused your brain sends a signal to increase blood flow to your penis which causes it to expand and become erect.
Whilst there can be reflex erection as a result of the genitals being stimulated an erection generally starts and is maintained under control of your brain. Therefore if you're anxious or have any psychological problems this can interfere with the erection process.
There are three ways an erection can be initiated.
Reflex Erections - as a result of touching or stroking the genitals.
Psychogenic Erections - resulting from feelings of arousal.
Spontaneous Erections - involuntary, usually occur 3 or 4 times a night - and sometimes can occur in the day for no apparent reason.
All the methods for making your erection stronger at this web site are backed up with evidence - either from research studies or treatment for erectile dysfunction from the NHS. Picturing and imagining your improved, stronger erection, will continue to provide the motivation to eat well and exercise more. And the chances are - once you see a result you will want to continue the training for life. In those difficult times when you cannot be bothered to be healthy and you may not do it for you – think of doing it for your erection, as you really can make it stronger.
When your erection is strong and you feel good - this will start a whole cascade of physiological and psychological benefits.
It can be a vicious circle – testosterone is associated with a stronger erection, but when our erection is noticeably weaker than it once was, it is inevitable that our confidence risks being eroded.
If our confidence falls - then so can testosterone.
If testosterone levels fall then so will muscle mass over our whole body. This can add to the effects of a gradual age related decline in our health – with the likelihood of a greater body fat percentage, less muscle mass, less bone density and risk of developing more chronic conditions or disease.
But this need not be
the case - it can all be turned around simply by starting with your
A signal from your brain travels via your nervous system to increase blood flow to your penis. If there is cardio-vascular disease – a narrowing of the arteries that supply the penis with blood, then an erection can become weaker. Keeping your body in good health will keep the blood supply to your penis strong.
Blood flow to the penis can be increased with a variety of measures from changing lifestyle, exercises and even vacuum devices have been proven to work.
There are other reasons why an erection can become weaker - and simple treatments such as increasing muscle tone in the pelvic floor muscles can help. This we do with the Penis Exercises 1-6.
Even if the problems are psychological - lifestyle change and exercise is proven to help anxiety, depression and improve confidence. Mindfulness can help improve so much about our mind and our body. Given all the benefits it stands to reason there is every chance all this may just help with any psychological problems - it certainly wont do any harm.
What is good for your erection is good for your whole body, in the pursuit of getting a stronger erection your whole body will benefit from the increased exercise, the reduced bad things and the healthier eating, combined of course with reduced stress as a result of Mindfulness!
Bit by bit you'll notice gradual changes. There is quite a lot of hard work but it does all get easier the more that you do it. Once you start changing your lifestyle and notice a few improvements in your body that's a great feeling which provides the motivation to do more. It becomes enjoyable to give your body what it needs and then see it adapt and respond.
For many reasons our erection may not be all that it could be. But there is a lot that you can do to improve your erection, and even reverse the effects of age or a bad lifestyle. Give your penis what it needs and it will reward you.
Your whole Body & Mind will benefit from both the training and the results.
Whilst it can be more difficult to
overcome problems with nerves or blood vessels caused by disease, it
is certainly worth a try to help yourself with a healthy lifestyle, as it will not do you any harm. All the methods here are natural and safe. There are many studies that show
benefits can be gained from adopting a healthier lifestyle, however in some instances more specialist help or intervention may be needed.
There's no getting away from it – a strong erection really can boost your self esteem and confidence. When our self esteem is high and we're feeling confident – it is amazing how much more we can achieve. If your erection can make all this happen, then it really is worth dedicating some time to the health and fitness of your penis.
Some aspects are really easy to integrate into our lives and some needing a bit more dedication, but the rewards are great, so starting with just one aspect is better than nothing. Bit by bit you'll be slowing down the rate of regression and then start to see a progression and gradually get back to what you once had. It really is possible.