This episode will discuss nine foods that may improve erectile dysfunction (ED) and enhance sexual performance. It is believed that certain dietary choices can affect ED, and these nine foods may be beneficial for those struggling with this condition.
In this episode, I will discuss the differences between physical and psychological erectile dysfunction (ED). I will provide guidance on how you can differentiate between the two types of ED. Additionally, I will offer tips to help you determine which type of ED you have.
Platelet-rich plasma is your body’s own healing power. In this episode, I’m going to talk about how you can use it to treat Erectile Dysfunction (ED).
Are you experiencing difficulty in achieving or maintaining an erection, or having difficulty performing sexually with your partner? If so, medical foods may be a viable option for you.
Peyronie’s disease is a condition that affects the penis. In this episode, we will learn about Peyronie’s disease and discuss its causes and available treatments.
Humans have developed practices for longevity and vitality since ancient times. While times have certainly changed, our bodies are more or less similar. It begs the question: what healthy practices have been lost to time that could seriously improve our energy and vitality?
Depression hurts, and so does ED. Both these issues are interrelated, and you need to look at the bigger picture regarding both! In fact, studies show that people with depression are 39% more likely to experience Erectile Dysfunction than those without it. It all goes back to how the mind affects the body and vice versa. Let’s look at what’s happening beneath the surface and find out how to steal back your erection!
Did you know the simple act of eating or drinking something sugary could lead to complications with erectile function? It’s true! In fact, having ED is often a warning sign that something is affecting your blood and blood flow. When it comes to ED, diabetes can be a significant contributor to your issues. Studies from The Journal of Sexual Medicine found that men with diabetes are more likely to get ED a decade before men without.
Erectile Dysfunction is becoming a bigger problem for the modern man. Now that we’re becoming more open about the topic, new studies are coming out constantly that shed light on what’s happening beneath the surface.
Men, how is your sleep? Sleep is an integral part of your health; when something affects your sleep, it also affects your body. Continuing our series on surprising reasons why you’re not performing well, we look at something that often goes untreated for a long time: Sleep Apnea. Sleep Apnea can contribute to decreased sexual function, memory, and overall quality of life.