What is true and what is fiction in the female opinion of male potency?
The female view of the strong half of humanity is far from always true. Ladies are often deceived by inventing and then telling each other various myths that relate to men and their men’s health.
Transmitted and exaggerated, these false beliefs are growing stronger, overgrown with new speculation, and as a result, two planets – Mars and Venus – drift further and further apart, which further prevents them from building relationships and understanding each other.
Sexual life is a big part of every person who has reached puberty, and this aspect is very important for a harmonious life together. That is why it is imperative to find out what is true and what is fiction in opinions of male potency so popular among women, implicated in prejudice and ignorance.
Myth number 1. A healthy man always can and wants
Many women tend to dramatize the situation with men’s “misfires” in bed. However, one should not be too critical of a partner who has failed in sexual intercourse. In reality, only 25% of failed sexual acts are caused by erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction may well happen in an absolutely healthy man. This does not mean any pathology of the sexual sphere of your partner.
The reasons for the absence or disappearance of an erection can be many factors, such as:
– physical unattractiveness of a partner.
Oddly enough, the male debacle in bed most often happens on the first night with a new partner. The fact is that the fear and excitement that accompany the first proximity with a highly desired object cause an extremely negative effect on an erection. Guilty of this adrenaline, which stands out at these moments in huge quantities.
Myth number 2. Men over 40 inevitably suffer from decreased erection
This is not true. Age in itself is not an indicator of male health, which can also be said about the state of the body as a whole. At the same time, the lifestyle that a man adheres to is very influential.
Negatively affect the sex life of a man:
– irregular sex life;
– weak physical activity or its complete absence.
These factors can introduce a 30-year-old man to problems in the sexual sphere.
At the same time, if a representative of the stronger sex closely monitors his health, adhere to an active sex life, are able to set records in bed and at 70.
Of course, over the years, various functions of the body are characterized by a decrease in their activity, but do not rush to talk about some kind of “Rubicon” that has gone into the sexual sphere. Although television paints a sad picture for us: supposedly almost half of men over 40 have erectile dysfunction. Over time, this stereotype is fixed in the minds, and not just women.
In fact, in a healthy man, the first problems in bed can begin only after 50 years. Only by the age of 60, the level of testosterone, the hormone responsible for sexual function and sexual desire, drops in the blood of a man.
Moreover, you should not pay attention to the advertising of pharmaceutical companies that scare horror stories about the inevitable problems with an erection in men after 40. After all, all they need to do is sell more drugs.
Myth number 3. If he has problems in bed with me, then he doesn’t like me
If a woman does not physically attract a man, he is unlikely to end up in bed with her. A woman, unlike a man, can find reasons for sexual intimacy than sexual attraction – for example, to do this for the sake of maintaining a family or even just a relationship. Men rarely go to such a step, having sex only when they have a sexual desire for a woman.
Therefore, the fiasco of a man in bed with you does not mean that you are not physically attracted to him.
Myth number 4. If a man drinks medicine before having sex with me, then I don’t excite him
Special medicines are not only designed to help a man strengthen an erection, but also prosot to add confidence to him. You definitely don’t need to swear or throw a scandal, or even just worry if you accidentally find pills in your partner to enhance potency.
Moreover, most of them are dummies, the maximum is vitamins, and their effect is based on the placebo effect. Thus, a man simply begins to believe in himself, convinced of the magical properties of the medicine, and this positively affects his potency, although there is essentially nothing to influence.
Scientists performed an experiment during which one group of men was given drugs that produce a rush of blood to the genitals, and the placebo, the “dummy”, was given to another group. In this case, an increase in erection was observed in both groups.
If you notice that a man is taking medication and want to find out what is the reason, just ask him. Men are simpler than women, and veiled questions and attempts to cunning to find out the truth will only hurt, causing his distrust. Often the real reasons are pretty simple. For example, a case is known when a man asked an andrologist to give him medications to enhance his erection, because the color of his partner’s nail polish completely killed him sexually. He did not want to embarrass his girlfriend and instead of asking her not to paint her nails with this color, because it was her favorite varnish and color.
Myth number 5. If a man takes medication to increase potency, then he will have an erection, even in the complete absence of women
It’s funny, but it’s true – the vast majority of women think so. Although in reality it is more likely like a script of some base comedy. It’s so funny: drink a pill and get an inappropriate erection, putting yourself in an awkward situation.
In fact, for an erection to occur even under the influence of tablets, it is still necessary external pathogens – sexually attractive partner, affection, kisses, other elements of love foreplay.
Myth number 6. Erection Pills Harm Male Health
Any medications have side effects, including potency-stimulating drugs. This may be in particular:
– tonic effect;
– redness of the face;
– increase in blood pressure.
However, they can be combined with alcoholic beverages or with drugs for the treatment of the cardiovascular system. Given that all these medicines are usually needed for men over 60 years of age who, due to their age, have to take heart medications, only a doctor should prescribe pharmaceuticals to increase potency. The advice of colleagues here will not only not help, but they can do much harm.
Myth number 7. Erectile Dysfunction Is A Sign Of Serious Disease
It’s true. If a persistent and regular decrease in erection is observed in young people (up to 50 years old), then it can indicate other diseases. Most often they talk about diseases that affect the state of blood vessels – diabetes, cardiovascular diseases. And with sexually transmitted infections, sexual function suffers in the first place.
Even with a common cold or flu, you need to give the body a little rest. Before the first sexual intercourse, at least 5-7 days should pass after recovery, otherwise problems may arise in the sexual life.
The most common cause of poor erections is prostate disease, which plays a key role in men’s health, as it is also responsible for the production of male sex hormones, as well as sperm.
Symptoms such as:
– increased urge to urinate;
– discomfort when urinating.
If all of the listed symptoms are present, this is already a serious reason to contact a specialist for help to exclude the likelihood of serious illness.