Lifestyle: Weird but potent tips to sustain erection for hours
A lot of men are suffering in silence over their inability to please their partners due to erectile dysfunction.
Most men with weak erection tend to ‘gag’ their women with cash to cover up their problem as they find it humiliating to discuss the problem outside the home.
However, there are real solutions to this condition apart from medical procedures, but because of the tag-associated with low sexual performance among men, the masses hide the problem and rely on local remedies in the form on bitters which tend to worsen their plight.
But where lies the joy and authority of a man when he is deficient in the area of sex?
Thankfully, there are natural ways of correcting this problem, so that a man can gradually regain ‘power in his gun’ to boost his confidence once again.
Are you curious to know how? – Follow the food guide below to learn how to slowly but surely cure yourself of sexual weakness with these selected foods.
The phytochemical allicin in onions and garlic thins the blood and enhances your circulation, as well as making it less likely to clot and clog. Avoid unsexy onion-breath by chewing parsley or peppermints after consuming onion.
The caffeine in a cup of coffee boosts your metabolism, gets your blood pumping and could also enhance endurance by releasing fat stores, giving you the energy to last all night.
When your face flushes after eating hot chillie pepper it simply means the blood vessels are expanding thanks to the effect of the chillies. And it’s not just the blood vessels in your face that get the boost but the simple hydraulics –pumps more liquid (blood) which is forced into little tubes (blood vessels) in your manhood – so what you need is a strong heart and smooth, healthy pipework.
The semblance of banana to manhood is not a mere coincidence but a clue to the benefit of the fruit to this organ. ‘Hard’ men have healthy hearts, so eat bananas for potassium, which is great for your heart and circulation. Getting enough potassium helps keep your sodium levels under control, stopping your blood pressure from hitting the roof and reducing your risk of heart problems. If you eat too much salt and don’t like bananas, get your potassium from oranges.
The omega-3 fatty acids in oily fish make the blood less sticky, enhancing blood flow to the parts that matter. Eat fish like salmon, mackerel, trout and fresh tuna twice a week to keep your arteries well-oiled.