Many men find that as the sun rises, so do their dicks. This phenomenon is normal and often known as “morning boner”, or more scientifically, “nocturnal penile tumescence”. But what if your penis is still dozing when you’re up? Should this be a cause for concern?
Morning boner, scientifically termed as “nocturnal penile tumescence (NPT)” or “involuntary sleep-related erections (SREs)”, refers to when a male wakes up to an erect penis. This occurs in men of all ages, although it is most common among younger men. In fact, infants and children experience it too. …
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Alcohol can calm your bedroom jitters, but have one too many and you may find yourself facing a bigger disaster — the inability to get hard. Here’s what every man needs to know about “whiskey dick”, also known as alcohol-induced erectile dysfunction.
“Whiskey dick”, also known as alcohol-induced erectile dysfunction (ED), is when a man is unable to get an erection after drinking alcohol. But don’t be misled by its name! “Whiskey dick” isn’t only caused by whiskey; all types of alcohol are in cahoots against your penis.
Is your head feeling a little empty, literally? Whether you’ve just noticed your hair thinning, or you’ve been desperately attempting to salvage and cover up your bald spots for years, hair loss can be bothersome at best, and embarrassing at worst.
Male pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is the most common form of hair loss in men. Hair loss occurs over a period of time.
Getting strong and healthy hair isn’t tough at all; it can be achieved by tweaking your daily lifestyle. Discover new tips to help you fight against hair loss and maintain a voluminous and lustrous mane.
Firstly, an improper diet can lead to a lack of nutrients, causing your hair to become brittle and fall out more easily. Here are some foods that will help you maintain a lush-looking head.
Research has shown that the Mediterranean diet decreases the risk of male pattern baldness, the most common form of hair loss among men. So, what’s in the Mediterranean diet? The most…
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Today, we have an irony in question — could streaming sex on your browser’s incognito mode be detrimental to your own sex life?
Up until the last decade, the rate of erectile dysfunction (ED) among younger men (below the age of 40) was relatively low. A 2002 meta-analysis found that the rate of ED among men below the age of 40 was only 2%.
In 2011 (a decade after the 2002 meta-analysis), another study was conducted using the same assessment as before. Shockingly, this study showed a radical rise in the rate of ED among young…
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What happens when a man thinks of sex as a performance? He gets nervous, really nervous. Soon, his mind becomes filled with negative thoughts and paranoia. “Is my penis too small?” “Will I be able to perform well?” “What if my partner doesn’t like the sex?” Unfortunately, these racing thoughts often become a self-fulfilling prophecy, eventually translating into unsatisfactory sexual performance.
Performance anxiety, or “stage fright”, has hit most of us at some points in our lives. Perhaps, some of you can vaguely recall being so nervous during a school play that you forgot your lines…
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Having something go wrong with the penis is every man’s nightmare. The good news is, it’s not that hard to keep your penis healthy. Keep your family jewels well-polished with these simple lifestyle tips!
Before we begin, let’s ensure that everyone is on the same page regarding what constitutes penis health. Penis health encompasses the following:
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If I asked you to grab a bottle of cola and drop a piece of mentos into it, you’d probably say: “What?! No! It’s going to explode immediately!”
In men with premature ejaculation (PE), any sexual stimulation is just like that piece of mentos, capable of causing an almost immediate eruption of semen from the penis. But while it is easy to avoid tossing mentos into a cola bottle, it’s not as easy for men with PE to avoid sex altogether. …
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The COVID-19 pandemic has been plastered across the headlines for over a year, and by now, you probably are already familiar with the usual symptoms of the coronavirus — fever, cough, breathlessness, and the loss of sense of smell and taste. Well, let us present you with a surprising piece of impotent news — COVID-19 can cause erectile dysfunction (ED).
A study in Italy revealed a strong association between COVID-19 and ED. Men infected by the COVID-19 virus are almost six times more likely to experience ED. …
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Remember the proverb, “slow and steady wins the race”? Whether or not you actually heed this advice in your daily life, I’m sure you’ll agree that this proverb holds potent truth in bed. Indeed, coming too fast in bed often ruins the mood and can be extremely distressing for both you and your partner.
With 1 in every 3 men aged between 18 and 59 years old experiencing premature ejaculation (PE) at some point, PE is more common than you think.
Premature ejaculation occurs when: