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Improve Sexual Performance

Premature ejaculation, impotence, and erection difficulties are just a few of the most common male problems. These are issues that, in the long run, can jeopardize a couple's psychophysical balance. The causes are diverse, and they all ought to be addressed. Only once they have been properly diagnosed, they can they be treated with supplements, diets, habits, and workouts that will improve their sexual performance and, resulting in intimate reconnections with their partners.

Unsatisfactory Sexual Performance: The Causes

The factors that allow us to recognize actual sexual deficiencies are primarily two: the minimum duration, which is around six months, and subjective discomfort. Aspects that typically describe some of the most common male sexual dysfunctions, such as;

  • erectile disorder: often caused by worry, performance anxiety, fear of failure. This results in a reduction in pleasure. And, in 75% of cases, it can lead to impotence
  • premature ejaculation: which occurs immediately after some coital thrusts or before introducing the penis into the vagina. It consists in the impossibility of controlling ejaculation according to one's intentions
  • delayed ejaculation which, on the other hand, is characterized by a missed orgasm despite adequate stimulation, or by evident delays. It mostly depends on the fear of letting go
  • the inhibition of desire: which occurs when one does not respond, or responds superficially, to stimuli, or lack of initiative.

Some of these illnesses may be linked to specific circumstances or people. They are known as situational sexual dysfunctions, and they are frequently temporary. Passage deficits or difficulties that the couple may not feel noteworthy should not be viewed as genuine clinical issues.

If, on the other hand, sexual performance inadequacies persist over time, it is vital to first try to understand what the underlying causes are: whether physiological or psychological.

Performance Anxiety and Erection

If a person feels scrutinized or is fearful of not living up to and disappointing expectations in a pair relationship, a feeling of anxiety takes over, which inevitably hinders sexual performance. Often, the spouse bears the brunt of the blame because he or she makes unreasonable demands. Past experiences or the striving for perfection can also be blamed for the "guilt."

All of this can lead to premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, both of which have unpleasant physical and psychological repercussions, even at work or in social situations.

Lifestyle Impact on Erection

An unregulated lifestyle might also have an impact on sexual performance. Among the "enemy" virility habits are, without a doubt, smoking, which very badly affects erectile dysfunction, diabetics; alcohol; and fat. Excess adipose tissue, in fact, can influence the vascular parameters involved in erection, resulting in an increase in cholesterol and blood sugar and a decrease in testosterone in the blood.

Even among the youngest, the frenetic pace of everyday life, packed with career and familial commitments, can contribute to a loss of vitality, excitement, and sexual vivacity. Psychological illnesses, such as the aforementioned performance anxiety, are common consequences that can "ruin" intimacy.

Erection and Age

Reduced erectile strength and testosterone production, as well as diminished desire, are among indications of andropause, a combination of events that older men frequently accept with difficulty. It affects 20% of males between the ages of 50 and 54: this is the stage at which the first signs of erectile dysfunction appear, which steadily increase between the years of 70 and 78.

You must alter your sexual practices, emphasizing the recreational and playful sides of intimacy. Contact, discussion, and self-acceptance become the couple's backbones, allowing them to reclaim their security and virility.

Other Reasons of Erectile Dysfunction

Neurogenic disorders, such as Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, and spinal cord injuries, are among the underlying reasons of poor sexual performance. These diseases harm the peripheral nerve systems, resulting in obvious reductions in libido and erectile dysfunction. Consequences connected with endocrine diseases such as hyperprolactinemia (prolactin excess) and hypogonadism (testosterone insufficiency).

Poor blood flow to the penis or within the cavernous tissue, which is common in many cardiovascular disorders such as atherosclerosis, can have a substantial impact on hormonal therapy, pelvic surgery, and antidepressant or antihypertensive drug usage.

How to Improve Erection with Kamagra?

There are several treatments available to increase sexual function and overcome any limitations, an excellent example is the PDE-5 type drugs, which inhibit the type 5 photodiesterase enzyme (enzyme that weakens erection). So they are PDE-5 inhibitors; a good example is Kamagra, which is manufactured by Ajanta Pharma and has Sildenafil citrate as its major concentration. Kamagra is well-known for its strong efficacy and affordable cost (in comparison to Viagra) or to other Sildenafil-based medications. Active treatment time of Kamagra is 4– 6 hours and become active within half to one hour.

If you looking for a erectile medication with longer active treatment time you should be looking for medication with Tadalafil as a main active compound. Tadalafil also belongs to the PDE-5 family of vasodilators, but has much longer treatment time than Sildneafil. Active treatment time of Tadalis can span from 36 up to 72 hours.

Problems with premature erection can be easily treated with D-Force which is a new form of medication to treat erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation at the same time. With active compound Dapoxetine, patients will experience a strong erection and better control over the time of sexual intercourse.

You can buy Kamagra, Tadalis or D-Force from online pharmacy as the over the counter drugs. However any self-medication should be firstly discussed with your doctor.

Nutrition and Erection

Another factor is nutrition, of course, it plays a critical part. The idea is to prefer a healthy and balanced diet, as well as nutrients that can increase libido, such as:

  • corn and saffron, caskets of hormone-like substances, which reconcile good humor
  • chocolate, rich in phenylethylamine which increases endorphins and sexual pleasure, acting directly in the brain
  • avocado, fish (tuna and salmon), and olive oil.

Exercise and Erection

Kegel exercises can also help with erections and ejaculation. It is a technique that involves maintaining the pelvic muscles tense when straddling or lying down. Small but powerful tricks that should be repeated at least twice a day and mixed with tantric massages or testicles: these are small regular movements with sporadic and light pressure that can increase pleasure, desire, and sexual energy. You can also rely on aerobic (walking, cycling, swimming) or strength training (squats, weight lifting, dumbbells) exercises to widen the vessels and increase circulation and blood flow to the penis. It's also a good idea to pay attention to your breathing: it promotes mental and physical relaxation, which improves the functioning of your sexual system.


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