This Is The Answer To Why Men Wake Up With A Hard Morning Wood! – HealthyTipsAdvice

Morning wood, or medically called nocturnal penile tumescence (NPT), happens to every young guy. He’ll say it’s only a ‘pee boner’ because he has to pee in the morning, but he’s actually wrong. According to Joseph Alukal, M.D., assistant professor of Urology and Obstetrics and Gynecology at NYU Langone Medical Center, men in their 60s or 70s wake up in the morning to pee but they don’t get morning wood.

This Is The Answer To Why Men Wake Up With A Hard Morning Wood!

“It’s not directly related to that,” says Dr. Alukal, and yet he says, “The penis is a very strange organ in terms of its job and the way it traps blood inside it.”

According to an article published by Men’s Health, the brain releases a chemical called noradrenaline during the day, a hormone that hinders erections.  When it’s sleep time, however, the brain releases less of it which makes those night time boners more likely to pop up. Also taking it from a study by the Society for Endocrinology, the brain no longer keeps the organ in check. It says that during REM, the p*nis gets to do what it wants—which is to get hard.

Another reason would be the high testosterone level in the morning.

This Is The Answer To Why Men Wake Up With A Hard Morning Wood!

“In the morning, it’s going to be the highest testosterone level he’ll have all day,” according to Dr. Alukal.

However, this phenomenon stops when they reach their 40s and 50s as their testosterone levels decrease.

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