Foods and Life Habits That Will Improve Your Sexual Performance

Sexual performance isn’t a given thing. The truth is that you can improve it or make it worse by the things that you do. It is important to know that your habits and the things that you eat have a direct effect on your performance.


Blackberry toast

This is a kind of food that you might want to have on your morning toast. The dark fruits of these kinds contain anthocyanins that are powerful antioxidants. These can ensure your erection. In order to have a strong erection your body needs nitric oxide that dilates the blood vessels.

Smoking habit

If you are smoking most probably you don’t mind the possibility of having heart disease, lung cancer, stroke, or bladder cancer. But did you think about impotence or dying young?  According to scientific evidence smoking leads to arterial damage that in turn can cause erectile dysfunctions.

Being sensitive

We all know that stress isn’t good for us, but the truth is that the effects of stress are quite sneaky. When you are stressed, your body releases epinephrine, a kind of adrenaline that has an effect on your arteries.  If your arteries are affected, your sexual performance will also be affected.

Dark chocolate

The good thing about dark chocolate is that it contains epicatechins. These are flavonoids that make the body release chemicals that dilate the blood vessels. According to the studies done in the field you should have 1.6 ounces of dark chocolate per day.


Calculate your BMI. If it is close to 25 you may be carrying some weight you don’t really need. It is interesting to know that the overweight men turn some of the testosterone into estrogen. The more estrogen you have in your body, the more problems you will have with erections.


If your dysfunctions are caused by psychological problems, it might be time to see an acupuncturist. In case of the psychogenic erectile dysfunctions the problem usually lies within the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems. The traditional Chinese medicine has the role of restoring the balance of the nervous systems.