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The Down Low On Why You Cant Get It Up

Booze

On one hand, booze gives men the confidence to talk to girls that are way out of their league. On the other hand, booze gives men the curse of being soft when they want to be… not soft. At the end of the night, don’t knock back too many shots if you’re trying to get lucky.

Drugs

Hard drugs like heroin and cocaine can definitely be at root of some sexual problems, though let’s be honest, they’re at the root of a lot of problems. But even less controversial stuff like pot can keep you from achieving your maximum potential downstairs.

Exhaustion

Chronic sleep loss affects pretty much your entire brain and body. This includes your little soldier. If you suffer from chronic insomnia, it’s something that you should get checked out no matter what, at the very least to get you back into fighting shape.

Meds

Antidepressant medications, anti-anxiety pills like Valium and even over-the-counter cold medicines can inhibit erections. There’s not a big workaround if you need to be on medication, so it might be worth looking into a little helper – namely Nutriair Performax.

Stress

Got stress? Yeah, we all do. Stress is the cause of 20 percent of all erectile problems. Sustained stress can also lead to insomnia, chest pains, anxiety, and more severe health issues in the long run.

Anxiety

The damn media is at it again — but this time they’re leading men to obsess over their own virility and panic about impressing a new partner, until they can't even get an erection. Performance anxiety is a common culprit behind missing erections, especially among younger, less experienced men.

Smoking

Smoking damages blood vessels, hindering blood flow throughout the body... soooo yeah. 40 percent of men with erectile problems are smokers. 75 percent of them saw those erectile problems disappear after they quit. So quit already!

Serious Health Issues

Unfortunately if you’re having a hard time getting hard it can be indicative of more serious health problems – like developing heart disease or diabetes, thyroid problems, and more.