For men, the ringing of the alarm clock in the morning can be an unpleasant sound to wake up because of a so-called “morning wood” .
The physiological reaction that affects half the world’s population happens when males are sound asleep. NPT, just like clitoral erections, has been associated with rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. During this stage, the brain begins to shut off some neurotransmitters in an effort to regulate the body and stop you from acting out your dreams. Norepinephrine, a neurotransmitter that happens to be involved with the control of erections, causes vasoconstriction of penis blood vessels, which actually prevent an erection.
This natural process affects men of all ages and can be caused by several factors:
- Wet dreams
- Morning wood= pee- boner ( after first pee in the morning, the boner goes down)
- Our brain is responsible
- Hormones (in the morning, the testosterone level is highest).
- Action time ( the penis wants to be ready for it all the time)
- He rubbed up against something in his sleep and subconsciously got horny. Just because a guy is waking up with a boner, it doesn’t necessarily mean he’s been dreaming about Jennifer Lawrence.
Other facts about morning wood :
The erection comes when the brain tells the body that it’s ready.
Sleeping at least 6 hours a day is crucial for more productive and stronger erection the next day.
Men are hornier in the morning, while women like to have sex at night, so you might have to compromise.
Consistently having erections while you sleep indicates healthy blood flow to your penis, which is also necessary for getting hard when you’re turned on.