Age and Erections – How to Get Harder Erections After 40

August 31, 2018


Young guys begin getting erections during puberty and even slightest of stimulation can arouse them and ensure a rock solid erection. Though most young men suffer with early ejaculation, there is no problem getting a hard, firm and solid erection. However, as you get older, a host of health issues begin taking a toll on your sexual health and erections.

Weight gain, excessive smoking, alcohol abuse over the years and of course, increase mental stress are some of the reasons that can lead to reduced blood flow to the penis and a drop in your testosterone levels that can result in weak or soft erections or ED.

Erections at Age 40

Most middle age suffer with a drop in their sex drive and erectile dysfunction. Though you have more time for yourself by the time you reach 40, things do not really seem to fall in place. There are a lot of things on your mind and sex seems to have taken a backseat.

However, sex is an important part of your life and there are some simple ways to boost the rigidity of your erections as well as sex drive.

One of the most important things that can help you get harder erections is regular exercise. Just a 20 minute walk every morning or evening can do wonders for your erections. Not just this, eating sensibly can also be a great help. Try to cut down on your body fat since excess body fat not only clogs arteries and reduced flow of blood to the penis but also leads to a high level of estrogen in your body that reduces testosterone production.

Role of Natural Erection Pills

Most men try to treat erectile problems with prescribed medications. Though they can help, they are infamous for their side effects that can range from a mild headache to something as severe as a heart stroke or vision changes. Not just this, such pills do not really work if your testosterone level is low.

Herbal or natural erection pills are safe and free of all kinds of pharmaceutical ingredients. They are a perfect concoction of herbs and other natural ingredients that have a long history of being used as sexual stimulants for men. Some of the most common ingredients used in such pills include ginseng, ginkgo, muira pauma, tribulus terrestris, tongat ali, horny goat weed, saw palmetto etc.,

Such pills can spice up your sex life and give your relationship a new lease of life. Your woman would love to see the change in your libido and sexual potency.

Such pills not only ensure rock solid erections but also help you produce more semen. Another benefit is that they can make you last much longer in bed. Not just this, such pills also reduce your refractory period so that you can have multiple sex sessions in a single night. Increased sexual potency and experience that comes with your age can make you a perfect lover!

So, If You Want to Get Harder Erections Naturally, Check out the Best Erection Pills that have Become a Massive Hit Among Men All Over the World.


  • Porsche993 August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    As long as you can still make tea ☕️

  • Matthew Meech August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    Absolutely wrong, I was kicked out of A&E twice over three days, despite being unable to eat or drink with out vomiting, finally got admitted with adhesions from previous subtotal Colectomy for cancer. After five days of nil by mouth I had'emergency' surgery. The very next fucking day still nil by mouth they tried to get me to walk the ward, I told them no, they insisted I asked them who's choice it was. They then went off in a huff , didn't need pain killers at first, only after the infection nearly killed me, I was in hospital for ten days and lost two stone, all I had to eat was a plate of mash potatoe. They didn't even bother to check my wound until it burst. You go to hospital for treatment , DO NOT expect a cure that isn't what hospitals do. Was told I had to wait six to. Eight weeks to return to work, went back after three days. You don't need the pain killers if there is no pain, there us some stinging pain similar to sitting down with a sharp pencil in your pocket, and tugging or pulling pain at scar. Listen to your body and move in the way that best suits YOU, remember they want you out not well, listen to video again if you can walk, piss and shit you will be sent home, where you will move in a way that suits you, so start as you mean to go on. Warning you may soil yourself after surgery, it happens as possibly your shit factory has been throughly hammered and sliced, just roll with it, have some pride and ask for wash bowl etc. But clean yourself, don't lie in it and expect the nurses to be pleased.

  • Elsie C. Byrd August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    my husband is having colonoscopy surgery next Monday I'm scare for him but I know God will take control of the doctors hands I believe in God and I have faith in God so I'm not scared anymore I'm the surgery in God hands I know everything is ok

  • susan carter August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    I couldn't pass wind and wanted to go home so I told the nurse I couldn't do it with her watching. Made her turn her back and made a sound with my mouth!

  • Julie Bonner August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    I'm having this done in two days time
    Thanks for saying about the 1% death rate.
    great I'm nervous enough as it is x

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  • West David August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    Was released from the hospital a day ago. The pain I've experienced from this procedure is unlike any ever felt before. Walking is uncomfortable, so is sitting, and laying down. Low appetite is also expected, and again. A lot of pain in the lower abdomen, spinal area.

  • Abd al-Rahman al-Ghafiqi August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    Classic proctology as we know it is only effective when combined with
    SIMULTANEOUS rhinologic endoscopy. As of mid-2016, the best US
    practitioners of proctorhinology are: Robert P. Bannister, Jr (Bagram
    AFB), Father Greg Chisholm, SJ (Harlem), Professor Paul Garcia Gonzalez
    (Missouri), Dr. Gloria Morote (Virginia), Carl Newlen (Ohio), Harlan L.
    Olson (Colorado), and Stephen E. Phelps, Jr. (New York).

  • Karen Cram August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    had my resection 29th july,much more comfortable after two weeks, ,

  • Ian Jones August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    I had a right hemicolectomy 2 years ago. they had a vac dressing on my wound, and it was about 1 1/2 inches deep by 4 inches long. the operation was march 29th, and the wound was finally healed September 13th of that same year.

  • john smith August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    Awful horrible surgery,I'm 3 months in recovery and still have some bad pain

  • matt shirley August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    Literally just had it done, I'm in the hospital now, will be here for almost a week

  • matt shirley August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    I just had a laparoscopic sigmoid resection, unfortunately there were complications, there was a leak they couldn't fix, so they had to open me up fully. I am in quite a bit of pain

  • Andrew Arriola August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    I'd go diaper forget the catheter If possible

  • Phil Cole August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    I underwent a full colon removal 7 weeks ago. I found it very painful getting out of bed and this was encouraged on the second day.
    The problems i encountered after surgery was no bowel function for 31/2 days. Bile built up in my stomach, i was constantly feeling sick and although this was reported to the night shift staff. I was told to get some sleep there is nothing wrong with you. Eventually i was sick and they estimated that i lost perhaps 1 litre of bile. I saw the registrar the following morning and stated to him what had occurred. He was furious since he was aware of what the cause was and whyi felt so ill. They then placed an tube through my nose and down into my stomach, from which bile was siphoned off every couple of hours. I found having the tube fed down to be very painful but  if offered so much release from the pain of a full stomach and it greatly reduced the sickness, For anyone about to under go this surgery i would ask your surgeon about having this tube fitted whilst being anesthetised. Some hospitals in the USA state they undertake this as a standard practice.
    Just prior to surgery they attempted to place an epidural in my spine but due to the erosion and pain being generated, they never got the tube in. I asked if it could be inserted whilst asleep and they stated that it could but on awaking the hadn't undertaken than procedure. I was attached to a morphine pump which i could press to alleviate pain but I am just one of those unlucky people who is allergic to the stuff and it made me ever so sickly. They did give me paracetamol for the pain but considering the severity of the pain it was practically useless!
    Besides the above difficulties i also developed 2 quite aggressive infections. One on each side of my abdomen. The one on the right side had developed on unbroken skin. They swabbed it and directly placed me on antibiotics. They never told me what infection it was. The infection on the left side of my abdomen was perhaps 6'' long by 4'' high. Fortunately the antibiotics supplied dealt with both infections.
    By the 5th day i was starting to feel better, i was eating and walking around without too much pain, although i may of been moving quite slowly. By the 7th day they had decided to release me but due to the time they couldn't get the medications which was required from the pharmacy. So i was destined to stay another night. I was eventually released at around 7 pm on the 8th day.
    Overall i was quite satisfied by the surgical team and most of the nurses who had been there to help me. This is one operation that doesn't allow one to have any dignity due to the catheter and having to have the nurses assist when emptying ones bowels. When mine did start to work it went into overdrive. 
    Presently i am on a learning curve, trying to find what foods agree with my bowels. I spoke to a dietitian on the ward before being discharged in a bid to find out what foods slows their movement through ones bowels. Some veg have to be left out and fibre increases the movements as do some fruits. Each day is getting a little easier but i still have some way to go before having this tuned correctly.
     I hope this helps others who may have to undergo this procedure.

  • Matthew Davis August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    Very Imformative thankyou 🙂

  • Angela Echeverria August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    I wish it was that easy to get up and move around. He made it look so easy! It is not difficult but it is very uncomfortable!

  • Andy Thornton August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    This is a great video, thanks for posting it. Very helpful

  • proctologoqueretaro August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    This video series is very helpful for patients. Thank you.

  • darrell pierson August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    dont be scared its not hard I had the surgery and I am recovery right now

  • tpvalley August 31, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    my mother has this soon, Im terrified for her.
    I heard a 1% mortality rate?

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