Home Remedies for Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction is a condition in men, associated with repeated problems to sustain erection. If erectile dysfunction is not treated, it can seriously affect the sexual life of both partners. Erectile dysfunction can develop in a man as early as 40 years old. A US study estimates that there are anywhere between 20-30 million people that suffer from erectile dysfunction.
In comparison to the other forms of sexual dysfunction such as poor libido, and problems with
ejaculation, the erectile dysfunction is specifically referring to the problems associated with maintaining the erection. In this connection, in most cases men that have erectile dysfunction have a healthy libido, and no problems with ejaculation.
Typically erectile dysfunction becomes more common in men after 40. A US study says, that close to 40% of men at the age of 40, have some degree of erectile dysfunction, compared with about 70% of men at the age of 70. However growing older does not necessarily mean the end of your sexual life. People can treat erectile dysfunction at just about any age.
Major Causes for Erectile Dysfunction
- Chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis, multiple sclerosis, and kidney disease may cases erectile dysfunction
- Smoking, regular alcohol drinking, drug use, obesity associated with few exercises, are all potential lifestyle causes for erectile dysfunction
- In more rare cases, surgeries can also contribute to the occurrence of erectile dysfunction. Surgeries for prostate or bladder cancer for example, can damage blood vessels and nerves around the penis area, cause permanent erectile dysfunction
- Certain medications can also cause erectile dysfunction such as tranquilizers, antidepressants, or blood pressure drugs.
- Psychological causes such as stress, poor self-esteem, depression, or performance anxiety.
Home Remedies For Erectile Dysfunction
1.Chop a 1/2 bowl of carrots, and add 1 half of boiled egg, and 2 tsp of honey. After mixing well, eat this once a day.
2. Using the herb called Ginkgo, can help increase the blood flow to the genitals, and improve the arousal in both men and women. Note – people taking blood thinners such as coumadin should not use Ginkgo.
3. Taking ashwagandha or Asian ginseng are considered mild aphrodisiacs and sexual energizers. Make sure you follow the dosage on the package, and try it for at least 6-8 weeks, to be effective. Note, that the Asian ginseng can raise the blood pressure and cause irritability or insomnia for some peole.
Note: In case of uncertainty, please consult with your doctor, whether you can use the natural remedies posted on this blog. Portalofnaturalhealth.com does not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of the natural remedies listed.
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