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bare chest manMillions of men around the world suffer from weak and small erections. In recent years a greater awareness of this problem has led to a boom in pharmaceutical drugs like Viagra and Cialis. Unfortunately these erectile dysfunction medications provide only temporary relief and are not, in and of themselves, a true cure. Effectively fighting impotence over the long-term means understanding that the penis needs to be naturally stimulated in order to remain vibrant and healthy.

A phrase that occasionally comes to mind when discussing penis related problems is, "use it or lose it." Like other parts of the body, the penis tends to shrink and atrophy when it is not being used. The obvious paradox here is that those with erection problems are not getting adequate stimulation as a direct result of this problem. Trying to have sex more often is usually neither practical nor, in many cases, even possible.

While this is somewhat of a dilemma, there is no reason why men cannot themselves increase the healthy functioning of their own penises through methods of erection therapy. In basic terms, this simply means manually stimulating the penis on a regular basis using specially designed techniques.

Erection therapy, however, should not be confused with masturbation. While there are some masturbation techniques that can help teach better control, such as edging, the practices we are referring to here are not for self-pleasure but rather exercises designed to promote better penile functioning.

One of the primary goals of this type of therapy is to improve circulation within the penis and increase the overall volume of blood that is held within the erectile tissue. It is after all the engorgement of blood within these tissues that is directly responsible for producing the erect state.

In addition to creating a better circulatory environment and healthier erectile tissues, the surrounding musculature also needs to be enhanced. The pubococcygeus muscle (PC muscle) for example plays a vital role in erection control. This muscle can be strengthened and trained in order to increase the duration that erections can be maintained.

Other muscles, such as the bulbo-cavernous and ischio-cavernous, are directly related to the structure and thickness of the penis. These two sheets of muscle wrap around the shaft of the penis much like the belts on a radial tire. When pumped and contracted they add rigidity and thickness to the penile shaft. Just as with any other voluntary muscles, these can be exercised and both their strength and size improved.

Incorporating a program of penis enhancement exercises into your normal routine is fairly simple and the benefits are enormous. They can help with problems ranging from weak erections and impotence to premature ejaculation. Ultimately they work to enhance the entire sexual experience and restore confidence in your performance.

For more information on where you can learn about these techniques, please see the Penis Exercise Program Comparisons. These programs are inexpensive, safe and most importantly, effective.

While sex can and should be pleasurable, it's also a very strenuous activity. Being prepared for the experience with the best functioning equipment possible is always in your best interest.

Posted by PRS
Saturday, March 1st, 2008


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