Taking a little blue pill to keep your manhood going may be the quick solution for many men over 40, but for about 22% of those men, it comes with a price... Not just in rands and cents, but in side-effects, including: muscle pain, loss of vision, and even memory problems.
There is another alternative which has no side-effects and is also free! Reclaim your sex life in just 30 minutes per day!... ››› more
Back in the day, people found it uncomfortable to discuss their sexual performance problems outside of the bedroom. Today, that's no longer the case thanks to advances in treatments, drug commercials and expert endorsements.
Erectile dysfunction, defined as the consistent inability to obtain or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse, is no longer a hushed-up term because many me... ››› more
Last year, the US Food and Drug Administration placed Viagra, otherwise known as the little blue pill, and other erectile dysfunction drugs collectively known as phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors on its watch list of medications with safety issues.
This action followed a 2014 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) that found a relationship between Via... ››› more
Many men diagnosed with diabetes who suffer from erectile dysfunction think that their blood sugar disorder is to blame, but this is all wrong.
It's true that erectile dysfunction is very common among diabetic men, but diabetes itself isn't to blame. The real culprits here are diabetic nerve damage and blood vessel disease. That said, factors like stress, depression and blood pressure-lowering ... ››› more
When you think of erectile dysfunction, Viagra is likely the only treatment that comes to mind. However, thanks to modern day science, this common disorder that can make even the bravest man weak at the knees, is more treatable than ever!
If you think that erectile dysfunction means the end of your sex life, think again. And, no, the “little blue pill” isn't your only option if you want to... ››› more
Attention, men - this one's for you!
As many as 75% of men with diabetes suffer from erectile dysfunction as a result of their blood sugar disorder. While it's common, it's of course far from ideal...
If you can relate to erectile dysfunction as a result of diabetes, you're probably wondering if there's anything you can do to take back your sultry sex life without resorting to asking your d... ››› more
Attention, men! It's time to hit the gym - not only to get your body in shape, but also to boost your sex life...
That's right - according to a new American study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, regular exercise may enhance a man's erectile and sexual function.
Up and at ‘em, guys! Here's the full scoop on the study that linked exercise to a better sex life...
New study fin... ››› more
Is it just erectile dysfunction, or is it your body trying to tell you that you've got type 2 diabetes? Although erectile dysfunction and diabetes are two totally separate conditions, they tend to go hand-in-hand...
According to research, when a man under the age of 45 years old develops erectile dysfunction, it's usually a symptom of type 2 diabetes. Other studies have found that men diagnosed... ››› more
Can you believe that approximately 30 million men in America alone suffer from erectile dysfunction (or ED)? Of course this condition wreaks havoc on their romantic lives, but what's worse is it can negatively their heart health, too.
In actual fact, studies have shown that ED can be an early warning signs of heart disease… yikes! Scientific data is now backing up the benefits of eating right... ››› more
There's nothing that can steal your manhood quicker than a low libido or erectile dysfunction. But the answer isn't to turn to synthetic drugs.
That's because there are many nutrients provided by nature that can help you control your sexual desire and even protect you from the devastating effects of erectile dysfunction.
I'm sure you've heard about the aphrodisiac properties of oysters. Bu... ››› more
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