How to Increase the Volume of Your Eruptions
Although the average load is only a teaspoon, many gay men are obsessed with being drenched in man milk. If you’re like most guys, you get off at least a few times a week. Every time you erupt, your reservoir of fluid is depleted, which means if you want to increase the volume of your load, you need to take a break from wanking.
Calm down. You don’t have to stop buffing your banana entirely. However, there are a few things you can do to increase the semen volume and dramatically intensify your climaxes. Here are five things you can do to increase the volume of your semen.
1. Drink more water
Your jizz is approximately 98 percent water, so the more water you drink, the more fluid your body has to transform into spooge. How much water should you drink? Well, many medical practitioners recommend that you take your weight, divide it by two and then drink that number in ounces. So, if you weigh 160 lbs, you should take in 80 ounces of water a day.
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2. Take supplements
There are some supplements you can take to help boost the volume of your load. Several of our writers took The Big Bang Supplement for a month and reported bigger loads. However, you can also try taking vitamin C and E as well as selenium, L-lysine, and L-Arginine.
3. Give your balls a break
Refrain from getting off every day or even every other day. If you give your body more time to fill the tank, you’ll experience more explosive eruptions. It’s common sense.
4. Exercise daily
Some men who carry excess weight experience lower levels of testosterone and decreased semen volume. Being overweight inhibits your body’s ability to produce testosterone, which directly affects your jizz production. Try to exercise daily, and make sure to push your body; soak your shirt in sweat so you can soak your man in jizz.
5. Kick the caffeine
Yes, it sucks. Unfortunately, caffeine could be negatively affecting your body’s ability to generate large quantities of semen. Excessive caffeine intake (we’re looking at you, venti-iced-coffee lovers), has been associated with adverse effects in sperm. There has never been conclusive evidence of caffeine’s negative effects on sperm production (many scenarios affect production), but we’d rather be safe than sorry.
Obviously, we’re not medical professionals so you should consult your doctor before you take drastic measures to enhance your load.