Any man who has experienced erectile dysfunction knows:
It’s a major challenge to the way he feels.
His confidence, self-esteem and relationships can all be badly affected.
Yet some of the factors that contribute to erectile dysfunction can also be the source of turning it around.
We want to give these natural remedies for erectile dysfunction to you in an easy-to-view infographic.
Take a look:
Whether you’re a young man in his 30’s, middle-aged or even if you’re a man over 70 years old, certain health conditions and lifestyle habits can actually play a big role to things not working when they should.
And while treatments for erectile dysfunction like medications and even surgery might be an option, you might also look at some natural remedies that can help.
The Mayo Clinic says that men with ED most often experience low sexual desire, and trouble achieving and maintaining an erection.
That’s enough to get some help.
In fact, a main reason many younger men see their doctor is for ED medication.
Most often, men don’t recognize that their ED is a result of medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and even sleep disorders.
These diseases might themselves be caused by being overweight and sedentary.
The good news is that for some men, erectile dysfunction can be turned back.
Australian researchers showed that men who adopted a healthier lifestyle by exercising, getting better sleep, improving their diet and losing weight often reversed their erectile dysfunction.
The science is compelling.
Published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, the study reported that when medical treatment is needed, it is more effective when you make these healthier lifestyle changes.
The authors conclude that erectile dysfunction’s improvement is “predicted by a range of modifiable risk factors.”
Key phrase: modifiable risk factors.
So, we wanted to give these to you in an easy-to-view infographic.
(Note: The source of this work comes from Mikel Theobald’s article “8 Natural Cures for Erectile Dysfunction” that appeared in everydayhealth.com and medically reviewed by Justin Laube, MD)
P.S. Which of these will you do to improve your performance? Let us know in the comments.
After 20 years of medical practice in Functional & Integrative Medicine, John envisioned a healthcare provider of doctors and problem solvers to help men reclaim their confidence, regain their zest for life, and improve their overall performance.