The penis is a mysterious, magical organ. (Chances are, you’re already a fan), but because you don’t have the appendage yourself, it can be tricky to figure out how to get, and keep, it happy. The deeper you’re understanding of how it works, the more satisfied and connected you’ll both feel. With that in mind, listen to what his penis would say if it could speak up for its owner.
“You can help me when I’m nervous.”
Few issues have a more chilling effect on a between the sheets session than performance anxiety. Sure, there are medical reasons your guy may peter out mid-act-including diabetes, heart disease, hormonal disorders, and side effects from medication-but nine times out of 10, the leading cause of penis failure is between his ears, not his legs. Self-doubt travels from the brain to the penis in a flash, so whether you are with a man for the first time (and you’re an unfamiliar partner to him) or he feels pressure to measure up to some hypothetical sexual standard, his penis may let him down. Once he starts worrying about whether he’ll be able to get or stay hard, he may become clumsy, or forget about doing the things that excite you, or become too distracted to even feel the kisses and strokes you’re bestowing upon him. You know the result.
When you sense he’s tensing up, encourage your guy to stop what he’s doing and tell you about whatever anxiety he’s feeling. It happens to all men, and your acceptance is going to mean a lot to him. Ninety-nine percent of the time, candor will improve the situation by defusing stress. You can do your part by reassuring him, calming him down and taking the pressure off. And if you don’t succeed, try again and again. (And again.)
Despite how localized an erection appears, it’s actually the result of a complex process that involves the endocrine, muscular, vascular, and neurological systems. The penis gets still in a series of distinct steps. The first reaction, arousal, occurs when the nerves are stimulated and microscopic blood vessels in the organ begin to dilate. This can be triggered by something your guy sees, hears, smells, feels, or imagines. The link is so intimate and immediate, it’s as if the penis has sense organs of its own.
When the brain decides it’s time for the penis to rise to the occasion, it shoots signals down to the lumbar area of the spinal cord. From there, the messages hightails it along a network of nerves to the penis. When they arrive, the tiny muscles within the penile arteries relax and blood rushes in at six to eight times the normal rate. Your guy’s member then becomes engorged-making it bigger, firmer, and more erect. And when everything’s in working order, the penis stays hard long enough to accomplish its goal. That’s because a valve like mechanism within this unit prevents blood from flowing back out too soon. Once your guy ejaculates-or if his arousal is interrupted for some other reason, the penis quickly becomes flaccid again.
Does your man rise to occasion? Sometimes they just can’t get it up no matter what. You have to take the time to talk about the most intimate things. Sometimes, this can make a difference. So what do you think? Does your mate come too fast? How do you maintain control? We’d love to hear your comments on this. Let’s talk about it. Your comments are welcome….Until the next time, keep blogging. In the meantime check out our blog site at: http://scottlnkdesign.com
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