Effective Erection Therapies
Stages of an Erection
It' sperfectly natural for men who suffer from small erections to seek erection therapy. Actually, it’s the best thing they can do because they cannot expect the problem to go away on its own. The first question that any man feels the need to ask is why is this happening. However, the answer is not that simple and straightforward and the problem can be absolutely anywhere in the system that makes erections possible.
But in order to understand the system that drives erections, we should take a closer look at each stage of the process. There are four stages to an erection and they involve different parts of our bodies because sex, like many other processes, has to involve the brain and the nervous system before any visible effect is present. Unfortunately, problems can appear at every step of the way.
The first stage of an erection is sexual arousal. Whether by means of your thoughts or your senses (sight, hearing, touch) the sexual stimulus reaches your brain and puts the whole system in motion. The brain is not only the seat of consciousness, but also the governor of your body and nearly every action starts here. Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, said that sex is all in the head and he was quite right.
The second stage of an erection has the brain signaling the start of the actual, physical erection. The central nervous system passes on the order to the nerves that extend from the sacral plexus and into the pelvic area and nitric oxide is released into the blood vessels supplying the penis. The oxide dilates the vessels, thus increasing the quantity of blood that reaches the penis and speeding up the flow rate.
In the third stage of the erection the Corpora Cavernosa, the two sponge-like pieces of tissues in the penis, fill up with blood. The tissues stretch, the penis becomes rigid and assumes the position fit for penetration. The level of nitric oxide in the blood vessels drops, which makes the vessels tighten back up. Blood is trapped inside the penis and ensures the rigidity needed for intercourse.
The fourth stage of the erection is the final one. After ejaculation (and sometimes before the ejaculation), the blood starts to leave the penis and the rigidity vanishes. The Corpora Cavernosa are emptied and return to their normal size. The penis becomes flaccid once more and all that remains is the tingling sensation that follows the friction at skin level and the engorgement with blood.
Erection therapy, such as penile fitness exercises, can help you overcome your problems and get rid of small erections. If the problem lies with the size of the Corpora Cavernosa and the amount of blood these tissues can absorb, then you can use exercises to expand the tissue both in length and girth.
Bigger Corpora Cavernosa mean a bigger penis and, consequently, bigger erections that are bound to impress women and boost your self-esteem, thus eliminating a potential psychological cause of small erections.
Furthermore, if the problem is poor blood flow in the pelvic area, penile fitness exercises are an excellent way of increasing the amount of blood commonly routed by the body to that particular place. As exercises require more blood than usual, the body learns to satisfy this demand over the long term.
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Stages of Erection Quality
As men age, they may go through three distinct stages of erection quality—Sexual Prime, Early Sexual Decline, and Increased Sexual Dysfunction. The good news is, there are steps you can take to help sexual dysfunction and reclaim the PEQ you had in your prime.
Here’s a breakdown of each stage, and some tips on how to stay in your sexual prime.
Stage One: Sexual Prime
Approximate ages: 18-30
Symptoms Experienced: From puberty (ages 10-14) through the 20s there is an increasing frequency of nocturnal penile erections (NPE). This period is often described as Sexual Prime. Erections during this stage are frequent and spontaneous events. They occur in response to sexual stimuli and also during rapid eye movement sleep (REM sleep). The frequency of REM sleep erections peaks at puberty, and is related to the peak in testosterone levels.
Testosterone levels and the ability to maximally dilate
blood vessels are at their peak during the Sexual Prime
stage. Generally men are in excellent health at this
Stage Two: Early Sexual Decline
Approximate ages: 30-50
Symptoms Experienced: Many men over the age of thirty are experiencing a decline in their sexual function. This change can be very subtle. There is a significant drop in the total number of NPE erections related to a drop in testosterone. The ability to achieve one erection quickly after the first subsides may be diminished. Many men who take lifestyle risk (smokers, abuses of alcohol and/or other drugs), or who suffer from other medical conditions (diabetes, high blood pressure, or who have cholesterol or lipid problems) may start to have increasing difficulty achieving erections. The underlying problem is most often an early sign of inadequate blood flow into the penis. This may be the result of narrowed arteries and also a reduced ability to dilate those arteries in response to the nerve signals. These changes often go unnoticed as they occur gradually over a long period of time. A number of men in this group are completely unable to achieve adequate erections.
What can be done to prevent these changes: Stop smoking, exercise regularly, maintain a healthy weight, eat a balanced diet, and seek appropriate medical attention to address health problems. If these items are not addressed they can lead to an increased risk for diabetes, vascular disease, and erectile dysfunction
Stage Three: Increased Risk of Sexual Dysfunction
Approximate age: 50 plus
Symptoms Experienced: More that 50 percent of men over the age of 40 experience some degree of sexual dysfunction, with the numbers rising significantly as men age. Commonly conditions associated with vascular disease start to become apparent in these men. These include coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, and vascular disease. More men are being diagnosed with diabetes, and cholesterol and lipid disorders. If these conditions are not treated aggressively, they will significantly increase the risk of men suffering heart attacks, strokes, and complications from peripheral vascular disease. Erectile dysfunction may be one of these complications, and is commonly the first symptom men go to the doctor to seek help with. Unfortunately, a substantial number of men with erectile dysfunction are not currently seeking treatment or help.
What can be done to prevent these changes: Stop smoking, achieve and maintain your ideal body weight, exercise regularly, and seek medical attention for your health issues. Review all your medications with your doctor, as some may actually worsen your erectile dysfunction. Additionally there are safe, effective medications that will help the majority of men overcome their erectile dysfunction.
Knowing how an erection occurs can help you understand how ED happens. How does the penis change from soft to swollen to erect? This change requires a healthy mind-body "team effort" led by the brain. Upon receiving signals from the brain, the blood vessels, nerves, and hormones work together to cause and maintain an erection.
An erection requires a healthy mind-body "team effort" led by the brain. Upon receiving signals from the brain, the blood vessels, nerves, and hormones work together to cause and maintain an erection.
The Soft (Flaccid) Penis
If nothing is causing a man to become aroused, then his body's erection "team" of brain, nerves, blood vessels, and hormones won't begin working to cause an erection. The amount of blood flowing into his penis equals the amount flowing out. His penis remains soft.
Penile nerves carry no messages of sexual stimulation or arousal. Blood flows through narrow blood vessels in the penis' spongy chambers (corpora cavernosa and corpus spongiosum). The same amount of blood that enters the penis through its arteries leaves it through its veins.
The Swollen (Tumescent) Penis
During arousal, messages brought by nerves cause the blood vessels and spongy chambers to dilate (open up). This creates room for more blood. Arteries carry blood into the spongy chambers. Beins drain some of the blood from the penis.
A man becomes aroused through his senses (such as sight or touch) or his thoughts (such as memories or fantasies). During arousal, messages brought by nerves cause the blood vessels and spongy chambers to dilate (open up). More blood flows into his penis than flows out. His penis starts to swell.
The Erect (Rigid) Penis
As stimulation continues, nerves keep carrying messages of arousal between the penis and brain. Blood still flows through arteries into the spongy chambers. But the swollen corpora block the veins. This traps blood within the penis. It becomes and stays rigid.
As arousal continues, nerves keep carrying messages of arousal between the penis and brain. Blood keeps moving into the man's penis. Blood-swollen tissues press against the veins. Some of the blood is kept from flowing back out. Filled with blood, his penis becomes rigid. The man is able to have intercourse.
Understanding an Erection
Understanding an Erection
The penis is made up of spongy tissue that holds blood. When the penis is flaccid (soft), blood flows in and out of the tissue. During sexual excitement, extra blood flows into the tissue. The extra blood makes the tissue swell so the penis becomes erect (rigid) and firm enough for intercourse.
A Flaccid Penis
A Normally Erect Penis
Erectile Dysfunction - Erection process
What is involved with the erection process?
To simply the erection process and explain where and how an erection can fail, we will look at the process in three stages:
Stage 1 – Arousal
Physical or psychological stimulation (arousal) activates neurotransmitters in the brain, which send signals to control hormone levels, nerve responses and blood vessels throughout the body.
What can go wrong? - Signals may fail and a poor quality erection will result, if:
Other signals interfere with this messaging system (stress, tiredness and anxiety are common)
The man’s state of mind is not aroused
The man’s hormones are unbalanced
Stage 2 – Tumescent Stage
This is the first visible part of an erection and is known as the tumescent stage. After the vascular system receives a signal from the brain, it focuses significant blood flow into the penis. The cavernosal bodies (corpa cavernosa) in the shaft of the penis start filling up with blood and the penis becomes swollen, but is not usually hard enough for penetration.
What can go wrong? - The cavernosal bodies may not fill with enough blood, if:
- Several nerve systems do not interact successfully
- There is deficient blood flow entering the penis
Stage 3 – Maintaining Erection
As the cavernosal bodies fill up with blood, they squash the veins within the penis against the fascia (membranes) inside the penis. Blood is then trapped within these blood vessels, which makes the penis hard and erect. When stimulation ends, or following ejaculation, pressure in the penis decreases, blood is released, and the penis resumes its placid shape.
What can go wrong? - The penis may not remain erect, if:
Either blood vessel system (arteries or veins) are not functioning well
Blood pressure is not maintained in the penis (‘venous leak’)
The man’s state of mind is not arouse
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