Improving the health of your penis will guarantee you better sex. Not only will you get better erections, you will last longer in bed and have great sex as often as you want.
Ever noticed how football players guard their penises when the opposing team is about to give a free kick?
Is it because the penis is the most exposed organ, the most sensitive organ, or is it actually the most prized of all our organs?
Whatever the reason is, we can all agree that the penis is the organ with the greatest ability for providing us with pleasure. As important as it is to us, it needs to be kept as healthy as it can be for it to function as well as it should. The penis gets used more often than we are aware of: from taking leaks to rubbing against zippers and jeans; from masturbation to oral sex, blow jobs, rough sex, slow sex, quickies…. This one organ faces and takes it all; hence, it and its skin are prone to wear and tear.
Want to improve your penis health? No, you don’t need drugs or medicine.
Improving penis health means improving blood flow to the penis.
To get an erection, your penis has to fill with blood. The more blood gets into the penis, the bigger and harder your erection will be. So, if you can improve the blood flow and the capacity of the chambers that hold blood within your penis, you will have better sex.
How to last longer in bed?
Jelqing improves blood flow and increases the length and thickness of the Corpora Cavernosa (this is the tissue responsible for providing erections). PC Flex exercises train your pelvic muscles. This can help you control your ejaculation, which would, in turn, prolong sexual intercourse.
The other benefit of penis exercises is improved sexual stamina.
Tip: Try to master the start and stop technique.
If you have never heard of it, this technique involves repeatedly stimulating yourself until you are close to orgasm and then stopping. Masturbate until you are about to cum, then stop. Rest for a while and start again.
How many times can you do this?
The better you are at this, the more it will help you last longer in bed and increase pleasure for you and your partner.
Another thing to consider is good intimate hygiene. Good intimate hygiene involves the following:
Washing your “p- zone” everyday.
Letting days or even weeks go by without a shower or without properly washing your “p- zone” could lead to the accumulation of dead skin cells and debris, which would, in turn, lead to unpleasant odour from your undercarriage.
Bacteria can also accumulate in that area, leading to swelling, itching, or even pain in this region. To prevent this, it is important to wash—or at least wipe your penile area and groin—if not twice daily, at least once.
What to wash with? When it comes to the kind of soap to use, skip on regular soap. Try using soaps and cleansers for delicate and sensitive skin to prevent breaks and cracks in the skin (which serve as a perfect breeding ground for bacteria).
Wearing loose and comfortable clothing.
Tight and restrictive clothing, especially underwear, can decrease blood flow to the penis and can also decrease its sensitivity. To prevent this, wear loose clothes that allow not only adequate blood flow but also allow for proper airing of your ”special area,” especially at night time or when you are indoors.
Exercise and get rid of excess belly fat.
Working out has too many benefits, aside from the ones we already know. Exercising improves blood circulation, not just to the heart and vital organs, but also to the penis. A good idea would be to get rid of belly folds that form a flap over the undercarriage (commonly called tyres), reducing the flow of air to that area.
Eat healthy and stay hydrated.
The need for healthy nutritious meals cannot be overemphasised. Eating healthy can make the skin and underlying tissues look, feel, and function properly. About 2-3 litres of water should be taken every day, and fruits and vegetables should be incorporated into the diet.
Cut back on alcohol and quit smoking.
Smoking and alcohol make the skin dehydrated. Smoking also has negative effects on nerves and blood vessels, making it difficult to attain strong, hard, and long-lasting erections.
Can supplements help you last longer in bed?
Not much, unless you have some sort of erection problem. Male sexual arousal is a complex process that involves the brain, hormones, emotions, nerves, muscles, and blood vessels. To solve erectile dysfunction, if you are 20, I suggest that you do not drink any alcohol or do drugs, lower your stress levels, and go slow during sex. If you are in your mid-40s, then you might need supplements.