Erections are a feat often taken for granted. There are so many things that can affect a man's ability to get it up. And here is where we talk about it.
For World Mental Health Day, Mojo teamed up with a medical doctor, a psychosexual therapist, and a meditation coach to find out how stress and ED are related, and to teach us a few calming techniques for us to take into the bedroom.
When things aren’t going so well downstairs, what foods can really help restart the engine, or make it cut out entirely? We spoke to nutritional therapist Aron Snowsill to find out the real impact our diet can have on erectile dysfunction. Read our list of best foods to eat (and foods to avoid) when it comes to ED.
We noticed a few of our members have been interested in ‘prone masturbation’. So we did what we always do; call up an expert and do some detective work. Find out what prone masturbation is, whether it’s bad for you (it doesn’t have to be!), and how to stop (only if you want to!).
When you feel that something about your erection is off, it can help to know what the common signs and symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED) are. They might help you realize whether a bad experience is just a one-time thing, or if you’ve been struggling for a while, you can get the information you need to take the steps to getting hard again.
If you’re like us, the word ‘tests’ probably gets your mind racing. This can put us off getting to the bottom of our erection issues, and may send us into a downward spiral of worry. So we’ve created a mega list of how ED is diagnosed and tested, so you know exactly what to expect – to give you peace of mind and get you one step closer to enjoying better erections.
When you know the common risk factors associated with erectile dysfunction, you can take steps to minimize them. This can help you to keep your overall physical and mental health in check, and may even lead you to some mind-blowing bedroom fun.
Erections are the result of a chain reaction that involves so many different components. Brain signals, nerves, hormones, blood vessels, arteries and muscles all play a part in getting it up. That’s why the best way to keep your erections strong is to focus on your complete wellbeing.
If you’re having erection issues, it’s important to rule out any physical causes that might be stopping your erections from improving. Because no one likes going into the unknown, Mojo is here. We’ll take you on a three-part tour of what to expect when visiting the doctor’s office to talk about ED – from the moment you walk through the door, through to any follow-ups needed.
When our founders started struggling with erectile dysfunction (ED), they couldn’t find a rundown of all the things that could be causing it listed in one place. So we thought: “why not do it ourselves?” and put together a pretty comprehensive list of the most common erectile dysfunction causes for you here.
If you’ve been experiencing ED, your brain is probably shouting “why is this happening to me?!” But don’t panic. You’ve just asked a really important question, and exploring possible answers is a big step towards getting your erections back on track.
Loads of men have experiences where their brains can’t quite get there, even though their bodies are more than capable of getting an erection. This is known as psychological erectile dysfunction. Here, we take you through all the mental reasons you might not be able to get it up.
If your erections have become unpredictable, you’re bound to have a lot of questions. This post is a great place to start learning about erectile dysfunction, so you can begin your journey back to getting and staying hard.
If you are a man between the ages of 16 and 40 your social media feed will include adverts of droopy cactus, cartoon aubergines and funny shaped bananas. Yeh, you are being targeted by erection medication delivery services. The jokey tone of their advertising is not meant to make fun of your issues in the