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Your daily behaviours play a big role in whether your er*ction can rise to the occasion every time. Of course, sometimes, problems with your ere ction aren’t exactly your fault, as experts agree that genet!cs and certain health conditions such as diabetes or heart disease can make it hard to get ere ction.
However, a urologist, Dr. Ryan Berglund, says in order to get uncompromising blood flow to your man-hood to enable you get a healthy ere ction, do the following:
1. Wake up with coffee: Your beverage of choice in the morning can play a role in how well you perform in the bedr00m later that night. Research from the University of Texas Health Science Centre at Houston found that men who consumed the caffeine equivalent of two to three cups of coffee a day were less likely to report ere ctile dysfunction issues than guys who don’t drink coffee. The study authors say that caffeine has properties similar to Via gra, and the stimu lant helps the arteries in your man-h00d to relax and your blood flow to increase — both factors necessary for a strong ere ction.
2. Sweat it out. Yes, exercise is not only good for your heart — your man-h00d benefits, too. Berglund says men who do regular aer0bic exercise tend to have healthier blood vessels — which are crucial for erec tions — than overweight, sedentary men. And the more intensely you exercise, the better your man-hood health seems to be, as noted in The Journal of s*xual Medicine. Exercise may help your body create a compound called nitric oxide, which helps you get and maintain an ere ction, the study authors told us.
3. Eat plenty berries, oranges, apples, pears and drink red wine. According to a study from the UK of over 25,000 men, those who ate more than three servings a week of berries, oranges, red wine and apples, were 19 percent less likely to develop ere ctile dysfunction over the 10-year follow up than men who didn’t eat them. This is because compounds called flavonoids — which are abundant in these foods — can improve blood flow by making your arteries more flexible, in turn, helping your man-hood, the study authors say.
4. Stop smoking. Whatever’s bad for your heart is bad for your man-h00d. So, quitting smoking is the way to go. In a study of over 2,800 smokers, researchers from Iran discovered that 25 percent of men who quit smoking reported an improvement in their ere ctions within one year. In comparison, none of the guys who continued smoking experienced ere ction improvement — and seven percent of current smokers said their ere ctions actually got worse during that year. Cigarettes’ main ingredient, n!cotine, is a vas0constr!ctor, meaning it impairs the ability of the arteries in the man-h00d to dilate, explains Dr. Berglund. And when blood flow to your man-hood is compromised, so is your ere ction.