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Smoking, drinking and ejaculation volume facts

August 12th, 2009 | Erection Problems, Increase Ejaculation | Comments Off on Smoking, drinking and ejaculation volume facts

– According to a study conducted by the Section of Endocrinology of the Lahey Hitchcock Medical Center, Burlington, Massachusetts, smoking causes a significant drop in the number of spontaneous erections that happen during sleep.

-These erections are one of the telltale signs of a good blood flow and a healthy sex life. A decrease in their frequency or intensity is a sure sign that erectile dysfunction is close by. The study has also shown that refraining from smoking for as little as 24 hours brought about a dramatic increase in the quality of spontaneous erections. Smoking is also the root of many other problems, including lung cancer.

The Department of Psychiatry from the University Medical School of Lubeck, Germany, published a study proving that heavy drinkers suffer more often from erectile dysfunction than occasional drinkers.

– Alcohol tends to induce a pleasant state of relaxation and is generally thought to have a positive effect on the libido. However, alcohol is a suppressant and has a major negative impact on the libido. It also makes it harder for men to achieve and maintain an erection.

The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, which is managed and operated by the University of California, has conducted its own study regarding the effects of smoking among teenagers. The study revealed that smoking has a disastrous impact on the ejaculation volume.

– This means that teenagers who are heavy smokers are jeopardizing their chances to have children and also increasing the risk of having children who suffer from various genetic problems due to the damaged DNA received form the father or mother.

The University of Berne, Switzerland, has backed this finding by unveiled the results of its own research. Statistical analysis conducted in Switzerland demonstrated significantly lower ejaculate quality in smokers compared with nonsmokers. Semen concentration in ejaculate was also strongly affected.

Erectile Dysfunction

June 18th, 2007 | Erection Problems | Comments Off on Erectile Dysfunction

Clinically called Erectile Dysfunction or ED, erection problems are the biggest issue concerning men’s health. Impotence or inability to get an erection leads to diminished sexual satisfaction like insufficient ejaculation or orgasm. No formal records can reveal the beginnings of this dysfunction. No history books can trace back the first case of erectile problems; on where and how it started. It can be assumed that it came into existence the moment the penis was created. Virility is the yin and impotence is the yang of men. However, efforts to fight off problematic erections dates back as early as the 1930s. Doctor John R Brinkley is an American diploma-mill graduate who began the trend of finding cures for men’s health problems. Records have it that Brinkley conducted about 16,000 operations in which he implanted men with tissues from the testicles of young goats. Inflatable penile implants began to exist during the 1970s, and the injectable gained controversy in 1983 when Giles Brindley, a British physiology PhD holder,exposed before the American Urological Association his erection achieved through phentolamine injections. Brindley’s discovery served as the foundation for later further studies and development of oral medications against erection problems such as the popular virility pills.

There are approximately 30 million American men suffering from erectile dysfunction but most still have the ability to have an orgasm and father a child, but often have difficulty doing these things because they can’t get an erection. Virility pills – especially those that increase ejaculation volume – promote greater sexual vigor and harder erections. They are made from organic materials, mostly herbal components, that help the body, particularly its reproductive functions, to be well and active. These pills enhance the overall functioning of the reproductive system which is a foundation of a man’s confident and robust sex performance. This is a great way to achieve longer and more intense orgasms and increase ejaculation volume!