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3 easy ways to get a better erection

14 October 2014, 10:17

Abuja – We all know about the mysterious man living downstairs, but what makes him tick? You know? What makes him really stand up?

Men’s Health tells us exactly what doesn’t – what really gets him down.

Your stupid TV shows on your computer.

It turns out cradling your laptop, even when you watch dirty videos, is bad for your erection. That’s because the thing gets warm from thinking of new ways to mindlessly entertain you. And that heat is bad for your crotch, says science.

Your drinking

Even though a couple of drinks can loosen you up enough to have the guts to talk to that cute girl, it might actually be making your guts all gooey.  A study by the University of Washington found that drunk guys were more likely to have trouble getting it up. Especially later on, the Journal of Sexual Medicine adds. So there goes your plans with that cute girl, anyway.

Your stinky breath 

A Turkish study dating back to 2012 found that men with erectile dysfunction were more likely to have gum disease than guys who had stronger erections. That’s because when you don’t brush up, the germs in your mouth contaminates your immune system and the bacteria seeps into your blood – the blood that should be giving you an erection.

Read more at Men’s Health.

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