EQ Problems with the Lights On & Male Incontinence: Ask the Experts

mecoach male enhancementBig Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com, answers questions about erection quality problems with the lights on and male incontinence, in this Ask the Experts article.

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Q. I have found that when I have the lights off my EQ is very good!…

…I am able to last as long as I like and there are no problems.  My penis is rock hard during these times!  When the lights are on then I begin to have problems maintaining hardness and sometime ejaculate early.  Do I still need to keep working on EQ?

Big Al:  How EQ is trained depends on your goals.  If you’re goal is enlargement, you’ll need to ever escalate your EQ- even if it’s well within satisfactory levels for sexual performance.  EQ is the literal life blood which runs the penis.  If your case, it’s not your EQ which is the issue but an emotional block which happens when the lights are on as that’s when it becomes easier to observe your penis.  If this isn’t a deep seated issue then you might want to condition yourself by [gradually, over time] increasing the level of illumination.

Q. I’m going to be 70 this year, but in the past few years I’ve noticed I’m not quite as able to control my flow of urine like I used to….

…When I looked it up it appears I’m suffering from incontinence.  Will Kegels help me?

Big Al:  Incontinence is usually associated with aging, but it doesn’t have to be. The Kegel exercise has many useful functions, and studies* show it to be very good for treating issues like incontinence.  Making sure you remain physically active is very important!  You should also check with your medical profession to ensure there aren’t any other potential issues which could be contributing to urinary difficulties- like an enlarged prostate.

*Baum N1, Suarez G, Appell RA.(1991)
Urinary incontinence. Not a ‘normal’ part of aging.
Postgrad Med. 1991 Aug;90(2):99-102, 107-9.

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