The second is perfect. Your spouse’s in the mood. The two of you are definitely aroused. Can somebody please relay the message to your manhood?! What is the deal? It can be both frustrating and embarrassing when an erection does not appear on cue. But, sexual performance anxiety is totally natural and it happens to men of all ages.
In the huge majority of cases, the anxiety part of sexual performance anxiety is the offender. When we become stressed, our body begins sending and receiving signals to constrict blood vessels and rush blood to heart body systems such as the heart and lungs. In doing this, less blood is available in the body to assist even the healthiest of men make and sustain an erection. As well, the absence of blood flowing to the brain during stress results in a deficiency of focus, which may interfere with the stimulation process. “But I am not worried about sex,” you say… anxiety and nervousness can be difficult, sneaky things. Sometimes what you perceive as excitement about the situation might also have an uninvited bit of anxiety riding along with it. The situation might be full of anxiety and stress. Is it make-up sex after a fight? First-ever experience or first in a while after a while apart? Is it a vital moment in the connection like an engagement or marriage? These can all get in the way of your typical sexual routine.
Here Are a Few Tips to overcome an anxiety erection
To conquer a less-than-impressive or complete absence of erection, try extended foreplay, some pillow talk, or a change of venue. Occasionally moving from the bedroom into the shower can shake things up enough to get yourself out of your way. Concentrate your thoughts on the pleasurable elements of sex and quit worrying about what could go wrong. And above all speak, talk, talk.