How Penis Enlargement Works
How Penis Enlargement Works
Penis enlargement is very similar to bodybuilding in nature. This is because the penile tissue (corpora cavernosa and corpora spongisium) is in fact smooth muscle.
How to enlarge the erectile tissue of the penis: Recent scientific studies by scientist D.J. Millward have shown that muscle cells (including the ‘corpora cells’ within the penis) are surrounded by thin sheaths of connective tissue: the endoysium, perimysium, and epimysium. These layers can be pictured as extremely tough layers of plastic wrap snugly surrounding each cell (and groups of cells).
For a bodybuilder, the blood rushing into the muscle during resistance weight training (also known as “the pump”) stretches the layers, forcing them to rebuild in slightly larger and larger shapes. Now, to boost the size of your penis, you need to permanently extend the connective layers which surround your penile tissues.
In order for every cell to expand, the hard, fibrous connective tissue enclosing the cell has to be elongated to a bigger diameter. Consider those layers as ‘girdles’ that limit cell growth. For a bodybuilder, the blood rushing into the muscle through resistance weight training (also as “the pump”) stretches the layers, forcing them to reconstruct in slightly bigger and larger contours. Now, to boost the size of your manhood, you need to permanently extend the connective layers which surround your penile erectile dysfunction.
How erection occurs:
According to Dr. Chris Steidle, a doctor for Northeast Indiana Urology: “An erection occurs when the nervous system activates a rapid increase in blood flow. The vascular muscle in the spongy area becomes engorged with blood and the outflow of blood is cut off. In order to increase an erection, much as we must increase the blood flow, but we also must prevent the blood from leaving the penis, thereby, maintaining the erection.”
How to improve erection strength
There are things that can be done to improve erection strength and prevent blood from draining from the penis. Exercises that increase the diameter of the assorted arteries, veins, and capillaries will create increased blood flow to the penis and therefore result in stronger erections. Within our penis enlargement program are doctor-recommended exercises to
help improve and maintain your erection strength.
How orgasm occurs
There are several physiological components of orgasm. First, orgasm is a total body response, not just a pelvic event. Brainwave patterns have shown distinct changes during orgasm,
and muscles in many different areas of the body contract during this phase of sexual response. Some people experience the involuntary contraction of facial muscles resulting in what looks like a grimace or an expression of discomfort or displeasure, but it is actually an indication of high sexual arousal.
The most characteristic physical feature of orgasm is the sensation produced by the simultaneous rhythmic contractions of the pubococcygeus muscle (pc muscle). Along with contractions of the anal sphincter, rectum, and perineum, the uterus and outer third of the vagina (the orgasmic platform) for women, and the ejaculatory ducts and muscles around the penis for men, this constitutes the reflex of orgasm. The first few contractions are intense and close together, occurring at about 0.8-second intervals. As orgasm continues, the contractions diminish in intensity and duration and occur at less frequent intervals.
How to improve and even withhold orgasm
To increase the physical strength and improve control over orgasm, you must improve the physical condition of the aforementioned muscles associated with orgasm. Doctor-recommended exercises that train your muscles to improve orgasm, withhold orgasm indefinitely, and that makes a number of men multi-orgasmic.