How to get great erections in your sleep (and why it matters)

Young handsome men smoking cigarette in bed after sex

Nighttime erections make the difference between future impotence and rock-solid, long-lasting boners…

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Older guys are using this to get more sex (it’s a Harvard discovery, LOL)

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Who would have thought…

…the GEEKS at universities have discovered a technique that older guys are using…

…to get hot women and having them on their knees in a heartbeat?

Yeah, funny right?

Like, of all the people that would figure this out…

…it’s a bunch of geeks in a lab, at Harvard university?

And older guys are going nuts with this little technique…

It’s literally step-by-step, simple stuff that anyone can use to attract young women. 

To see how it works, watch this (funny) video here.


How to get great erections in your sleep (and why it matters)

Rockiness problems are broken into two categories: those who get night-time erections and those who don’t.

Healthy men get erections during sleep. 

A significant number of men with erections problems don’t get nighttime boners.

For these men the problem is usually atherosclerosis.

Rockiness problems are often caused by narrow, stiff blood vessels, unable to expand to allow blood through.

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This human research was carried out at the Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches de l’Impuissance, Paris, France. The paper was published in The Lancet.

This study investigated the causes of impotence (rockiness problems) in 400 men. 

Researchers were interested in the role of blood vessel health in boners.

Boners are caused by relaxation of blood vessels in the penis.

Relaxed blood vessels swell with blood.

So it makes sense that problems with the arteries might cause impotence.

“Arterial problems are rarely cited as a cause of impotence, despite the overriding importance of vascular function in the mechanism of ‘rockiness.’”

The researchers looked at some of the main risk factors for blood vessel disease (atherosclerosis).

“The distribution of four main arterial risk factors was investigated in 440 impotent men.”

3 of those 4 risk atherosclerosis factors were much higher in men with erections problems.

“Smoking, diabetes, and hyper-lipidemia were all significantly more common in the 440 impotent men than in the general male population of a similar age.”

The researchers also investigated whether impotence was “organic”.

Here the term “organic” means that erections do not happen during sleep. 

Researchers believe that this element rules out psychological factors.

Organic penile limpness infers a material, biological problem in the body.

“In 222 the cause (organic or functional) of impotence was sought by further investigations, such as cavernosography.”

Cavernosography is a type of scan looking at the part of the penis which swells up to cause firmness.

About 50% of the men were categorized as having organic erections problems.

Over half of those men had blood vessel problems visible on penis scans.

“In 53% of these there was evidence of an arterial lesion in the penis.”

50% of the men in the study had one or more atherosclerosis risk factors.

Half the men had ”organic impotence.”

All of the men with 3 or more atherosclerosis risk factors had “organic impotence.”

“The frequency of organic impotence increased from 49% in the absence of any atherosclerosis risk factors to 100% in patients with 3 or 4 risk factors.”

Rockiness problems can be caused by damage to the blood vessels — such as atherosclerosis.

Blood vessel problems are a major cause of erections problems in men who do not get night-time boners. 

This can be tested by a device called a rigiscan which you wear on the penis while you sleep.

It records nighttime boners.

Changes in the health of the penis which may be attributed to ageing often really caused by problems with blood vessels.

“It is concluded that increase in the frequency of impotence with age is mainly related to arteriosclerotic changes for the arteries of the penis.”

The researchers recommended investigating the health of the blood vessels in men complaining of erections problems.

Atherosclerosis doesn’t just cause penile limpness.

It plays a major role in cardiovascular killers too.

Atherosclerosis is not a natural part of aging.

It is caused by diet and other environmental factors.

There are half a dozen ways you can improve the health of your blood vessels — lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease and penile limpness.

In my newsletters, I’ve written about research going back to the 1960s which has shown that atherosclerosis can be completely reversed.

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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Because when the arteries are blocked up with plaque, blood flow suffers.

And when blood flow suffers, blood pressure goes up.

And this increases your risk of heart attack and stroke.

So how do you get rid of this harmful plaque blocking up your arteries?

Just eat one of these 5 foods — they naturally clear out the arteries and improve blood flow (especially down there).


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.