Men always want sex! Or at least that’s the consensus among the general population. This argument is further substantiated when men wake up in the morning to wake up or have morning wood.
This is a difficult thing for a woman to understand. Waking up in the morning to start the day is hard enough, the last thing on a woman’s mind or body is to stay in the sack for sex. But doctors have studied why morning sickness occurs in men. Yes, it’s hard to believe that science has spent time on this topic.
What they find out is that it’s about him, not you, when he wakes up. The next time your partner wakes up with an erection, don’t feel like you don’t have to be intimate that early. He will be fine, this will pass.
It’s a part of life, and men of all ages wake up with an erection.
The medical name for morning glory is nocturnal genital warts (NPT). There are some theories as to why this happens when men wake up in the morning.
Some people think that arousal is the result of a dream full of sexual fantasies.
It could be more that guys don’t focus or pay attention to their bodies.
This phenomenon of morning wood is less common in men in their 60s and 70s.
One theory behind morning erections is that the penis gets a workout. During training, the penis is filled with blood, which must be retained for a long time.
A good night’s sleep is essential for men to be productive during the day.
The better a man sleeps, the higher his testosterone levels in the morning. According to one study, getting more than five hours of sleep a night can increase testosterone levels by 15%.
Men are more horny and ready for action during the day, while women’s libidos are ready at night.
Doctors estimate that men have 4-5 erections during the night, lasting about 25 minutes. If you’re wondering, that’s normal.