Men always want sex! Or at least that’s the consensus among the general population. This argument is further supported when men wake up in the morning to get up or take morning wood.
It’s hard 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 a sex bag. But doctors have investigated why men get morning sickness. Yes, it’s hard to believe that science has spent time on this topic.
When they wake up, they find out it’s about him, not about you. The next time your partner wakes up with an erection, don’t feel like you have to move in so quickly. He’ll get better, it’ll pass.
It’s part of life and men of all ages wake up with an erection.
The medical name for morning glory is nocturnal genital warts (NTWs). There are several theories as to why this happens when men wake up in the morning.
Some people think that arousal is the result of a dream filled with sexual fantasies.
Perhaps men do not focus and do not pay attention to their bodies.
The morning wood phenomenon is less common in men in their 60s and 70s.
The theory of morning erection is that the penis is exercising. During preparation, the penis should fill with blood and stay 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. One study found that sleeping more than five hours a night can increase testosterone levels by 15 percent.
While men are more energized and ready for action during the day, women’s libido is ready at night.
According to doctors, men have 4-5 erections during the night, lasting about 25 minutes. It’s ok if you’re interested.