How To Increase Penis

Of all the sex-related topics, the most mythologized is surely penis enlargement.How to increase penis? If you're a person who has ever checked their spam folder, you'll see a lot of emails and a lot of emails promising more inches of pills, creams, surgeries, etc. However, there are so many who are trying to sell people on having a bigger penis that there must be more to it, right?

Sadly, not true.

We wrote an article on this blog about how to have sex if he's too macho. In that article, we emphasized that size isn't that important (when a man's penis is large, it's location, not size). What we're doing today, however, is starting with the penis pump, providing clear information about some of the most talked about size enhancement techniques.


How to increase penis?

Penis pumping is the act of slipping your manhood into a specially designed pump that lets all the air out and lets it do all the work for you.

How does it work? Pumping the penis pumps create a vacuum around the penis, causing the blood and associated muscles to expand as the blood is sucked into the vacuum.

Is it effective? No, it isn't. With a penis pump, your penis really grows - apparently. However, once you release the vacuum, your penis will return to its original size. There is no evidence of any long-term benefit, but they do have one benefit for people with erectile dysfunction: because a vacuum sucks blood into the penis, you can "trap" the penis in an upright position by quickly rolling a slightly contractile, upturned shape after removing the pump. Although some people who have tried this technique have reported positive results, we recommend consulting a doctor first.


How to increase penis?

Jelqing is an ancient penile enlargement tradition that USES weights or tensioners - or simply hands - to slowly extend the penis. It's making a comeback, appearing more and more in popular culture.

So how does jelqing work? Most commonly, jelqing works by slowly stretching the tip of the penis away from the base over time, splitting the muscle fibers in the axis into two, using the fitness logic and how the muscles grow as they repair the damage caused by exercise.

Does it work? No. Think about it: if your penis gets bigger when you pull it, we all tuck in three feet by age 18. The muscle repair theory is based on the penile science of muscle injury. Penises are not muscles. The penis has no muscles. No. Stop.