Throughout time men have been looking for ways to not only feel better about their bedtime experiences but to enjoy their selves longer. Looking for new ways to improve the male erection have been boggling researchers and scientists for decades. However if you are a man with penile dysfunction there maybe a glimmer of hope yet!
It was recently discovered that a team of Hopkins scientists may have unlocked the key to the male erection. In their studies they found the nitric oxide maybe the key to the sustained erection which is a small leap for penile dysfunction conditions. Learning to stimulate an erection can teach them how to keep one going.
According to Arthur Burnett M.D the trigger was the release of Nitric Oxide out of the nerve endings of the penis. The trick for them was finding a way to keep that release going for more then a mere few seconds. The team struggled to figure out how the erection was sustained if the nitric Oxide only lasted for those few seconds. This led them to dig more for the truth of erections.
They later discovered that the release of nitric oxide continued in by the blood vessels of the penis to stimulate more flows and lead to a hard erection. The Nitric Oxide causes the tissue to relax which leads to initially more blood flow. This continuous process reoccurs until the erection is sustained.
This great discover will not only lead to great things with penile dysfunction but it will open up new doors to other areas of our bodies. Figuring out how the nitric oxide effects use is just the tip of the iceberg, and can change the way we view and study the body. All though over 20% of males have experienced some sort of dysfunction in their lifetime we can have hope that these numbers will surely decrease over time. Which a little more research and time we maybe able to see the dysfunction occurring before it happens giving us ample time to improve the health of the patient.
The thought of erectile dysfunction happening to any man is disturbing to say the least but actually having it and dealing with it day to day puts strain on the body not just physically but emotionally as well scaring them. Hopefully with our new found research we will be able to but a stop to this happening in the near future…and still lays some hope for a better, healthier and happier life!