How to Maintain a Hard Erection Without Prescribed Medication

December 6, 2018

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It is quite common for men to loose their erection during intercourse. Not being able to get or maintain an erection is a condition that is called erectile dysfunction or impotence.

One of the most basic reasons behind erectile failure in men is reduced blood flow to the penis. Other factors can include low testosterone levels and psychological issues like stress, depression etc.,

How to Maintain a Hard Erection

The mist well known cure for erectile dysfunction is Viagra. However, prescribed rugs like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra as well as their generic versions can produce side effects which can even be fatal. Such medications are not for everyone.

For instance, men who have a cardiac disorder are advised not to take Viagra since it can result in very low blood pressure that can prove fatal. Not only this, some men can also experience vision or hearing problems with such medications.

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This is possible with the help of some highly effective and all natural penis enhancement pills. Such pills are a powerful and potent blend of herbs and other botanical extracts and nutrients that can do a lot more than just help you maintain hard and firm erections.

Such pills increase blood flow to the penis without altering your blood pressure and also boost testosterone production in your body naturally.

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Moreover, such pills also help boost the production of nitric oxide in the walls of the blood vessels that supply blood to the penis. This is extremely important. One of the main reasons why men are not able to maintain hard erections is that nitric oxide production Declines with age.

Nitric oxide is that important catalyst which ensures increased blood flow to the erectile tissue and it does so by helping the smooth muscles that surround the penis relax. This helps blood vessels to expand or widen up and increase blood flow to the penis. The net effect is that you get hard and firm erections.

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Such pills not only help you get and maintain rock hard erections but also:

  • help you last longer in bed
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46 Comments

  • Joy Cooper December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Oh Megsy my heart is with you. I couldn’t relate more-to your stage of recovery and to your history. I had anorexia at age 12. I feel awful hearing things like-go back to your pre eating disorder interests or eat what you liked pre anorexia. I have no idea what any of that is to me. I appreciate you so much. Just to not feel alone. I wish I could help you the way you’ve helped me!

  • Tangerinka410 December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    OMG, I am exactly the same. So many thoughts behind EACH meal. I am afraid it is just a signal that we still NEED to GAIN MORE WEIGHT, which I hate :-((. Because why we feel anxious when we eat more snacks, or when someone else prepares our food? Because it is usually MORE food than we would normally eat. I have been struggling since 13 as well. I am at a "healthy weight", actually I weigh far more than I would like, to feel pretty. But I am afraid, that only when I completely let go of the idea that my appearance is important, will I be entirely free…

  • Samantha Storck December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    This video helps so much because you’re talking about something that’s so real. It helped me so much just to hear your honesty. The “void” is my absolute biggest struggle right now and you’re the first person I’ve ever heard talk about it!

  • ThePeaceChannel December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    This was SOOOOOOO helpful. Thank you!

  • Cali Flock December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    You’re so beautiful. I don’t just mean physically, but your personality is just glowing. Thank you for sharing your struggles, they always help me with my own. ❤️

  • Marija Ercegovic December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Omg so relatable…. wish you luck while you are figuring it out. I am in the same phase, i had some interests as a kid before my ed but that was more than 20y ago so now i have to find myself again
    And half a tuna can is deff not a portion so that dietition should repeat her course 🙂

  • Abigail Chappell December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    This was SOOO relatable! I think this video was made just for me. I totally, totally relate to this. I…. don't know what to do…. with my time???? With my life????

  • Sarah M December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    UGH! I totally feel you, despite that I don't know what stage I'm in! 2 days ago I was at your stage, yesterday I was at that stage when I crave something eat it and then have the feeling of needing to exercise! Today I'm at this stage when I feel if I'm craving something I have to skip a meal & exersice to have it. I live in Abu Dhabi & the croissant that you had from carrefour is my absolute favorite! Although I know I won't turn into a baloon tomorrow if I have it, but still I can't do it! You're right recovery is shit, hope to get out of this soon. Thanks for you videos Meg, you're always helpful no matter what 🙂

  • Maureen Seel December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Yeah….and the "shit" stage comes and goes. Some days are definitely harder than others…and I'll go through super positive "ra ra recovery" phases then…think "why am I doing this again? I know I need to but…" If you think about "ED"/"Ana" as being a toxic friendship. Once you "break up" with that friend…what is there? They dominated everything. They ruined a lot of other friendships and made you lose interest in things you used to like. It leaves a void. And they also keep texting you and calling you begging you to come back and reminding you you're nothing without them. So it does make it challenging…but I'm trying to use this to rediscover things I used to love. Spend more time with friends. Spend more time with my dogs.

  • Vegas Babe December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Crisps used to be my ultimate fear food and I would either take half an hour to eat 3 pieces or I would say I didn't like them anyway. Like why?!? Now my hubby and I always have a bag of crisps at home and I challenge the shit out of my eating disorder. SO GOOD WITH A COLD BEER 🙂

  • Christianna ASMR December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    You’re amazing Meg. Bless you 💕

  • Catherine Harper December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    the day you uploaded this was the 5 year anniversary of my anorexia diagnosis when i was 10😕🙏💓

  • Wokeupwith Ashli December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Way to go with the crisps girl, I've found that the only way to do it is to DO IT, just like you said — it's usually not easy but it's the only way. Keep going girl, I'm with you! xoxo

  • Jen Web December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Great topics as usual…The point you stressed about not being "bad" if we're not skinny hit home with me. Anorexia is like my conscience & it constantly prods me to restrict. Feeling good, right, or moral is evidenced by my bony frame. So, I feel "wrong" to be gaining weight. Very tough to overcome this discomfort but it's reassuring to know others are going thru a similar experience. Your therapist's words about needing to feel emotions b/c they are motivators for us to change was also a good point. The ED is so effective at numbing us out, & I think many of like that. Frankly, I've been numb for yrs & am very scared to face the emotional deluge that will undoubtedly come as I continue to recover. TYSM for your candid talks! They really are helpful & inspiring. xoxo

  • wholeheartedmind December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    There are so few people recoverrrrrring in public, what you post is invaluable. I had to base my entire recovery identification on peoples' stories who were recovered. They talked about having experienced late puberty, extreme hunger, existential crises but the fact that they had been through all of it already meant that there was enough space for my ED brain to (sort of) not believe them! Or to at least think that I was 'more screwed up' or potentially un-fixable. I AM now through that. I've been in recovery for about a year or so longer than you – although you have seemingly been more consistent – and I just watched this video and wanted to say out loud to the screen YES this is a thing and it's not just you and it does pass!! I'm not recovered yet but I have been able to watch the void of 'not enough' slowly healing over time. You're doing all the right things. Most of all, you're connecting with others which is TRULY, truly how the void fills in. You will be able to look back on these videos in a years time and see the difference. Till then, keep saying how you feel. Keep being honest. And let time do its job. Thanks so much for your work.

  • Richard Keys December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    I'm grateful for your honesty Megsy. Recovery is hard work and sometimes it is a struggle. Right now is a struggle for me. I'm grateful for you sharing your recovery with us.

  • 6lenin66 December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    So you think a person has value just by being? I don't understand. Could you elaborate? I don't think people deserve happiness or success because they happen to exist. I need to be convinced, please.

  • Natalie Hahn December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Yes this identity crisis is so common! When I started recovery, I would go through super high-highs of trying so many new things and feeling like I can do anything and super low-lows of not feeling passionate about anything (except my ED), and not knowing who I am if I’m not “the girl with the ED” which is reallyyyy hard for friends and family to understand.

  • Dominique L. December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    One of my favorite subjects in recovery, but probably one of the hardest…..! Thanks to open up about it. It is VERY important. Again, you are a very wonderful human being Megan, just stay as you are. xxx By the way, for my dietetician, a portion is an whole tuna
    can, see, it depends 😉

  • Rose December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Hey Meg! This video helped me so much, you have no idea!! Don't ever apologize for being negative. Recovery is NOT all rainbows and sunshine so it is so good to show all the aspects of it 🙂 I was wondering if you are currently following any meal plan/structured eating or anything? Ho do you know you've eaten enough for example? I struggle with this so much… I never know if it was enough, because I never feel full unfortunately xxxx

  • Blinding Glitter December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    I developed Anorexia after I got into an accident and went blind. It felt like I lost myself so much, like I needed something "new" to identify myself with. So…I don't know why but, losing weight was apparantly my way to cope?

    I think that shows how much Anorexia is about how you feel and think.
    Don't get me wrong, I did body checking and thought about my body shape constantly just like any other anorexic. But I never saw my body in the mirror. I forgot how I looked like pretty fast.

    Now I've been in recovery in about a month.

    And this helps me so much!! I'm not on Youtube often because well… I can't see it.

    But you mostly talk, and I don't have to see much. Just listen.

    Dear Meg, thank you so much!

  • Kirsty Leach December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    This video helped so much i'm trying at the moment to find stuff to 'fill the void' thats not exercise even though I enjoy it, its too risky at the moment. I'm trying to use my education, socialising, art and reading, but its tough. You with the crisps reminds me so much of me with breakfast bars and yogurts, I can stand there comparing the variety and prices for half an hour when I just want to go 'yep that one' and go. It is getting better. So proud of you, remember your life is your purpose.

  • FoodLover December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    You spoke my mind… thanks for sharing this. It's exactly what I am going through in the moment and hearing, someone is being in the same boat, is so helpful and relieving. Lots of Love, Ingrid

  • E H December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Your channel is honestly one of the greatest things happened to me this year. Thank you so much for this channel and thank you for just being you.

  • Claire's Journey December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Hey ! I'm vlogging my anorexia recovery journey and currently vlogging my hospital life. Just give it a look and tell me what you think about it ! 🙂

  • Cessie December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    I can relate to this so much. I feel like there's not really a place for me in the "real world". I am a university student, and I have some of the same interests and hobbies I've had when my ED wasn't as bad, but I still feel like I don't fit in at all. In the beginning of this fall I spent some time in IP treatment for my ED, and to be honest, I miss that so much. I felt safe and the days where really structured, and I always had someone to talk to when I needed. I fit in there a lot better, and miss it so much right now. Doesn't exactly help that my head still keep telling me that if I was really sick, if I was actually dangerously thin, or just even thin enough to be diagnosed with anorexia, I would have gotten to stay there much longer, or would be readmitted now. So I'm also really struggling with fitting into the real world, or just finding room for myself in it.

    And don't feel bad for a video not being fun or happy! ED recovery sucks, and these videos when you talk about struggling can also be so extremely helpful for people!

  • Maren Gray December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    U always say exactly how i feel❤❤❤

  • Barbara Madimenos December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Don't you ever apologize for not making entertaining videos. These videos are your form of expression, and you should validate your feelings by filming when you want, talking about what you want, and feeling the way you want. You are so incredibly strong, and I want you to know how amazing you are for just realizing the struggle of learning how to identify ourselves without our mental illness.
    Meg is Meg, not the eating disorder, and she never was. However, what you are now, in comparison to when you were sick, is that you are strong, independent, courageous, and excited about life. You are living; and your purpose is to just be you.
    Much love <3

  • Bahar Shokoohi December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    thank you for your video. I just wanted to say that you're doing great sticking to your meal plans and processing the shitty negative side effects of recovery. I'm in the process of recovery myself but struggling as the weight has piled on so now I eat but to the bare minimum. If I was recovering as gracefully as you and looked like you eating all the foods you eat, I'd be over the moon. I think you are a naturally skinny person so please don't be afraid because you're looking amazing. 💕🙏🏽

  • Kristin Moy December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    This is another great video. I love the real talk to give us. You also give us real life examples and how you tackle them. You say a lot of the things that we are thinking or say to ourselves. You don’t realize how much this helps recovery. Another thing I agree with you on is the serving size thing. I want to be free from controlling how something is made, is it perfectly made or does it contain correct portions of ingredients. Thanks for bringing this to our awareness. Nothing has to be perfect. Have a great week!

  • Unlearning the Lies. Ed Recovery December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Hey!!! First never feel like you need to make a happy fun video. I watch your videos to here your experience and how you articulate it and what is real for you. Also i can totally relate to this. I made a similar video recently. I was 7.5 months the into no behaviors after trying to recover for 15 years. And i fell into this downward spiral realizing what is my identity and who am i now. And i found myself obsessing about my body and my food as a wag to check out from my feeling numb out and hyper focus on me. What has helped me is mediation and practice sitting with me feelings. My therapist says yes like where the wild things are you have to sit on the bench with the monsters instead of the monsters scaring me back into my ed. Also developing a new hobbje that doesn’t have any thing to do with my body or my ed. I have learned to play the ukulele and it’s a fun thing to do when i am feeling in a funk or thinking to much just to enjoy being. Anyways love your videos so much. This to shall pass

  • friendoftherese1 December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Bless our little anxious hearts. We carry around these big bags of worry, and don't know how to just put them down, do we? I have often thought that anorexia is a (crappy) coping mechanism for anxiety. When you don't use the "fix" of anorexia to self-soothe, then what do you do? It sounds like you are at that uncomfortable point where the eating disorder doesn't work for you anymore, but are just now learning healthier ways of coping, and that's a hard place to be. I totally get it. I'm right there with you!!

  • Evie Crawford December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    All my love sugar plum, you can get through this and I can’t wait to meet the AMAZING you on the other side, whoever that may be XD xxxxx

  • Sarah Babington December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    This is exactly what I'm going through I'm weight restored and 2 years into recovery… and yet I feel so lost and confused having had an eating disorder for the last 12 years means recovery has left me with no identity and not knowing who I am but no longer having ed to help me cope and provide me an identity. I think this is the hardest part… of recovery and its when I always use to relapse… but I think this is the key point we have to get through to make it out the other end… thankyou for being honest and talking about the things so many people dont in recovery so many people act like eating = recovery which couldnt be further from the truth.. recovery is a journey that takes a long time.. but i think its worth it xx stay strong love. we got this.

  • Hannah Pocock December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    This is so so relatable!! Thank you so much, you have helped immensely! xx keep fighting!

  • Emily bell December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Do you find you have to be doing something or keeping busy ? Is your weight stil a major issue for you but you still nourish and eat anyway? X

  • The Judge December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Sweetie, I don't watch you for entertainment and a laugh; I watch you for insight, a common experience, motivation, a different way of thinking. Keep it up.

  • S Juno December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    I like videos with all the difficult, messy bits left in. Developing identity and an authentic adult self takes a loooonng time. The years we spent avoiding, numbing and distracting with our eating disorders were years not spent developing our true selves. Kind of a bummer…😬 But you are fully aware, and have the chance to create a conscious, authentic life now, and that is something loads of people (with it without and eating disorder) never do. 🌼

  • lena jazuk December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Nothing seems to be interesting enough for me as well…. I try to find hobbies but nothing sticks for more than a few days and it doesn’t make me excited ….sometimes I see people having fun, feeling life and being carefree but I can’t seem to reach that level of happiness no matter what I do… I also had an identity of being pretty, having a slim figure for my entire life and I don’t know if I can part with it without some great and equivalent substitute …

  • Marie Joann December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Maybe the new ways you will find won’t be an instant fix but will set you up to feeling good more long term and in a more fulfilling way than a little buzz. 🙂

  • Bumpy Back Roads December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    i think as millennials, this is also much more difficult for us because we expect immediate gratification (this is scientifically proven). Our entire lives if we have ever not been happy we could jump on our phones and text friends and immediately get a text response or hop online and find someone who related. if we wanted something we could hop online and find it and buy it and it will be there in two days or less or we can search it online and find somewhere close that had it and drive their and buy it. so when we go through something difficult like this, it’s really difficult for our brains to comprehend why we can’t have what we want immediately.

    there is a video by simon sinek called the “millennial problem” that talks all about this in the career world and how we can tend to get board after a few months and feel like we aren’t “having an impact” because we aren’t filled with joy every day by our jobs. you can find it here on youtube. it’s a really good watch.

  • Allie Titone December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    This is totally me this week Meg! Your experience is mirroring me. I'm trying to just be me instead of always doing. It's so hard at the moment for me not to be tempted by ED and obsessive habits. There are things to fill the void but I totally agree with ED "fixing" things. I totally relate, no apologies. I LOVE YOU!

  • Megan Horsham December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Never apologize- these honest vlogs are so important and helpful. It is what recovery is like! Keep it up 😊

  • Jules December 6, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    Thank you so much for being honest. I've been going through a similar experience right now in terms of feeling like there isn't a point to my life now that I'm not living according to ED rules. I really appreciate when people present the not-so-pretty side of recovery because that's the stuff that really counts 🙂

  • Ella December 6, 2018 at 7:33 pm

    Also what's the point of you?- you ARE doing something in the world – you have over 8k subscribers who all get so much from your channel – Your a bright light in this community and I'm sure your influence is more positive and far reaching than you could possibly imagine xx

  • Tamsin December 6, 2018 at 7:33 pm

    Omg me too! 😣 when you said about “what’s the point of me, what’s my purpose on the planet” I felt so relieved it’s not just me that feels like that in recovery! My ED has distracted away from uncomfortable worries about what I want to do with my life, career etc and now I’m in recovery, I’ve not got anything to distract me from those things. It’s tough. You will figure it out though Meg, you are a strong one 🙂

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