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The Penis Holder’s Guide to the Refractory Period: What Every Man Needs to Know

Posted by John Dugan on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, In : Men's Health 

Every man has been there once or a billion times before. He’s played one round of ball and is ready for the next. Well, at least mentally he is; his penis has other ideas. Why is a man’s penis benching him for a few innings before he gets his next at-bat? Simple, it’s the refractory period, or what’s known as that magical time between erections when the little head stops thinking for the big one (at least for a little while). Every man (and woman) has this built-in time-out, but they...

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The Physiology of an Erection: How it Works and How to Keep Em Coming

Posted by John Dugan on Tuesday, July 9, 2019, In : Men's Health 

Boners…how exactly do they happen? What does what to call the soldier to order? Let’s look at how a thought turns into a woody and all the ways to bring him down and keep him healthy.

The Physiology of an Erection: An Anatomy Lesson

Let’s start at the very beginning. To understand the physiology of an erection, it’s important to know the body parts that make the magic happen. The brain will actually be the impetus of the process. The penis has two chambers inside of it called the cor...

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Physiology of an Erection: The Brain-Penis Connection

Posted by John Dugan on Wednesday, July 4, 2018, In : Men's Health 

It’s kind of amazing how body parts that are nowhere near the penis can play an important role in the physiology of an erection. For example, an erect penis doesn’t come about simply because an attractive person strokes it (although that also is part of the process). Instead, a tiny little organ called the hypothalamus can play a big part in turning a soft member into a healthily erect penis at the appropriate time.

A brain part

The hypothalamus is a small part of the brain that play...

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