You see the ads on TV, you read about it in the papers and
on the internet. You may be experiencing IT yourself. And yes,
you can fix IT without pills.
Erectile dysfunction affects more than 18 million American
men over the age of 20 according to researchers at Baltimore's
Johns Hopkins University.
We know that ED affects all men sometime for some reason or
another. That first time leaves a scar on the memory and a fear
that lays buried forever until it resurfaces later in life.
The researchers found a strong link between ed and
age, heart health, diabetes and a lack of physical
activity. No, you don't have to have all these problems but
they do tend to go together. Research also shows
that lifestyle changes may prevent or cure your ED.
"Physicians should be aggressive in screening and
managing middle-aged and older patients for erectile
dysfunction, especially among patients with diabetes or
hypertension," said lead author Elizabeth Selvin. "The
associations of erectile dysfunction with diabetes and
cardiovascular risk factors may serve as powerful motivators
for men who need to make changes in their diet and
American Journal of Medicine, researchers at the Johns
Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Advertisers would have you buy a pill, with all the bad
possible side effects, rather than encourage you to get back
into the exercise routine and healthy up your diet.
Think of ED as the first symptom of lost health. Doing the
things that bring back erectile function also bring back heart
health. You can do without the one but not the other.