Erectile dysfunction can have a variety of causes. At its most basic level, erectile dysfunction occurs when blood is not able to flow into the penis in the necessary volume.
For this reason, taking care of your blood pressure and circulatory system as part of basic health is one of the first steps to maintaining complete sexual health. Sufficient sleep, water, and exercise are part of a lifestyle that will prevent circulatory problems. In addition, a diet high in organic fruits and vegetables, which includes healthy omega-3 oils and protein from nuts and legumes, will be of great benefit.
Supplements to take for the support of blood circulation include nattokinase, which prevents the hardening of blood vessels, and l-arginine, which promotes the production of nitric oxide, which contributes to the relaxation of artery walls.
Another potential cause of ED is hormone imbalance. All men should be regularly checked to make sure they have appropriate levels of testosterone, DHT, and estrogen, all of which are major factors in your sexual health.
If you’re struggling with ED, first understand that you’re not alone. I see hundreds of male patients with the same challenges. Although I know it’s embarrassing to talk about, my suggestion is that you visit your doctor and ask them to test you for two things: your heart function and your hormone levels. Erectile dysfunction can actually […]
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All of the popular erectile dysfunction drugs have side-effects, but now there’s a safe, natural and non-prescription solution to erectile problems that will also help improve your overall cardiovascular health. It is called Prelox®, and I always prefer natural remedies to prescription drugs for both their effectiveness and to avoid the side-effects that are all-too-common […]
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