Erectile dysfunction is the repeated inability to obtain or maintain a penile erection.
Many daily factors deplete energy, vitality and libido levels and cause erectile dysfunction (ED) or male impotence. Stress, aging, poor blood circulation, diabetes, and kidney disease all contribute to low testosterone levels and lack of sexual interest.
Reduced blood flow to the penis and damaged nerves are the most common physical causes of erectile dysfunction. Atherosclerosis causes impotence in more than 50% of men over 60 years of age. Smoking seriously contributes to erectile dysfunction caused by arteriosclerosis.
About 60% of men with diabetes experience erectile dysfunction.
More than 200 prescription drugs cause or contribute to impotence, including high blood pressure drugs, antidepressants, tranquilizers, and sedatives.
Alcohol and drug abuse affect the vascular and nervous systems, which can lead to erectile dysfunction.
Psychological conditions including depression, guilt, worry, stress and anxiety contribute to loss of libido and erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is a very common sexual problem that affects more than 50% of men over 40 years of age. It becomes more severe with age.
The shaft of the penis contains two chambers that fill with blood when sexually aroused, resulting in an erection.
There are many conditions that prevent enough blood from flowing into the penis, resulting in erectile dysfunction. They include diabetes and vascular disease. Another problem is the inability to retain blood within the penis, which results in very short-term erections.
Anxiety, stress, depression, boredom, conflict, and guilt are common causes of erectile dysfunction.
Side effects of some medications, such as high blood pressure pills, can cause erectile dysfunction. Prescription medications can affect sexual libido and create difficulty with ejaculation and orgasm.
Over time, alcohol abuse can negatively affect testosterone levels and reduce libido.
Smoking increases the risk of erectile dysfunction through circulatory damage caused by nicotine.
Lack of physical activity also contributes to the risk of erectile dysfunction.
A recent study revealed that riding a bike causes erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction is directly related to the amount of time spent on a bike and the pressure on the penis from the bike seat.
An effective treatment for erectile dysfunction is available for about 95% of patients. Acupuncture has benefited some men with erectile dysfunction. But the most common treatments are counseling and pills.
The main cause of erectile dysfunction is a lack of blood supply to the penis, and the only natural way to achieve a long-lasting erection is to increase blood flow.
Sexual dysfunction can be eradicated with a combination of stress-relieving herbs and natural aphrodisiacs.
Herbal aphrodisiacs cause the smooth muscle in the arteries of the penis to relax, allowing it to fill with blood.
Herbal home remedies have long been recommended to increase blood supply to the penis and maintain it.
Tongkat Ali is the world’s most powerful herbal aphrodisiac. Xanthoparmelia Scabrosa prolongs the duration of an erection. Saw Palmetto is an aphrodisiac to treat genital conditions. Ginkgo Biloba improves the flow of oxygen to the brain. Horny Goat Weed is an aphrodisiac to cure impotence. Tribulus Terristris dramatically increases energy and vitality, and Cnidium Monnier stimulates blood flow to maintain erections.
Herbal cures for erectile dysfunction restore confidence and sexual stamina.
It is also very important to seek a healthier lifestyle, stop smoking, walk briskly for 30 minutes several days a week, eat a balanced diet low in fat and rich in fruits and vegetables, drink alcohol in moderation, take strictly prescribed medication as directed, avoid the use of illegal drugs, and strive to achieve a balance between work, rest, and play.
And avoid riding the bike for long periods, especially if you have a substandard saddle.
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