Anyone who has done their research on penis enlargement will have noticed a few reoccurring points. Techniques like stretching, penis exercises (jelqing), pumping, kegels and proper nutrition are all vital to enlarging the penis. Each of these practices have an important role in PE and contribute to your growth potential.
These methods are widely known because they have been used extensively and are proven to work. They are also generally very effective when implemented correctly and the theory for how it works is relatively simple. For example, stretching the penis works and it is easy to explain why and prove that it works. Nutrition is another obvious factor because certain nutrients are required for growth and tissue repair.
Despite all the effective methods of penis enlargement, it is an extremely slow process and usually takes a long period of time and a combination of many small factors. One technique alone will only yield very minimal results. The most effective routines usually incorporate most or all of the techniques mentioned above. However, there are other less obvious factors that affect penis growth. These other factors may be helpful to consider during a PE routine. Below is a list of a few small factors that may add up to make a difference if one were to consider them during their comprehensive penis enlargement routine.
One of the greatest benefits of direct sunlight is Vitamin D production. Vitamin D deficiency is a common cause for erectile dysfunction, which is why many doctors will test Vitamin D levels before prescribing an ED medication such as Viagra or Cialis.
A lack of sunlight and vitamin D can lead to many other health problems which often interfere with sexual function and the ability for the body to repair itself and heal.
To take this concept a step further, brief exposure to sunlight directly on the genital region can be even more effective than simply letting the rest of the body soak up some sun. However, one must be careful since the genitals may be overly sensitive to sunlight if not gradually exposed over time.
One of the most important aspect of penis enlargement is blood flow. One of the most important aspects of blood flow is oxygen content. The amount of oxygen in the blood can have a direct impact on erection quality and sexual performance. Many athletes report having better sex shortly after intense workouts. This is due to several reasons such as increased hormone and testosterone production, but also because of higher volumes of oxygen rich blood.
The high oxygen levels in the blood enhance the ability of blood to flow more fluidly, relaxes the blood vessels, and allows better functioning of the smooth muscle within the penis, all important components of an erection.
It’s well documented that stretching your muscles have numerous health benefits. One of which is increased IGF-1 levels, improved blood flow, and mental relaxation. These are all important components of PE.
Improved Blood Flow
Stretching improves blood flow.
Yoga reduces stress, improves sleep, and helps you breathe better.
Swayback is physical condition resulting from poor abdomen strength and causes the penis to be more hidden under normal conditions.
Good sleep can help grow your penis.
Staying hydrated keeps the penis plump and full of nutrients.
Good posture improved circulation and keeps you energized.
Icing has been a very controversial topic in tissue repair because of the many conditions and factors involved. Traditionally, icing has been done to reduce swelling and relieve pain. However, your penis should never be exercised to the point of pain and swelling.
So what role does ice therapy play in penis enlargement? In the short term, the use of cold packs or ice temporarily restricts vasodilation, which seems counterintuitive to PE. But shortly after a 10-20 minute icing session, the local tissue undergoes reflexive vasodilation.
Self-Induced Stem Cell Therapy
High-strain physical exercise, such as lifting weights, produces naturally occurring ‘Stem cells’ in the body. These cells are distributed among your muscle tissue and other parts of the body, promoting growth and recovery where needed.