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Choosing ED treatment

It is important to realize that only a few of the available treatment options can fully restore natural erections. Often, a therapeutic modality will help a man with ED achieve firm erections for successful intercourse, but without addressing the root cause(s) of his sexual dysfunction or providing a permanent solution. Moreover, those erections may not [...]

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Obesity, hyperlipidemia, smoking

The bad news is that obesity associated with overeating, lack of exercise, a sedentary lifestyle, gluttony, and smoking may contribute to ED. The good news is that in about 30% of these cases, regular exercise, a balanced diet, cessation of smoking, and loss of weight may lead to recovery of sexual function without the need [...]

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Diabetes mellitus and erectile dysfunction

Some 30% to 75% of men with diabetes complain of ED, and conversely, statistics show that about one out of four men with ED has diabetes; in fact, a finding of ED may even lead to the initial discovery of a man's diabetes. In one study, ED was the first sign of diabetes in 12% [...]

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Caffeine influence on sexual health

Caffeine is the most widely used drug in the world today. If you're one of the many people with this daily habit, here's a piece of good news: You don't have to quit. In fact, as caffeine serves to arouse the nervous system, boost the metabolic rate, and increase blood flow, moderate consumption (defined as [...]

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Is smoking good for sex

Smoking causes impotence by restricting circulation. Erections depend on blood flowing into the delicate arteries of the penis and filling the erectile tissue. When blood flow is inadequate, erections cannot occur. Optimum female sexual pleasure also depends upon adequate blood flow to the genital region. Like the penis, the clitoris and vagina become engorged with [...]

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