Many medical conditions and medications can cause erectile dysfunction. Other causes may be smoking, alcohol abuse, drug abuse, stress, and depression. Considering erectile function as a neurovascular event, we can divide the causes that affect the brain and nerves (neurological) and those that affect the arteries and veins (vascular). What causes erectile dysfunction and how…Read more
What causes erectile dysfunction and how to cure it?
At some point in their lives, more than 90% of men report a sexual concern or problem, not just with erectile dysfunction. Obviously, these problems can subvert sexual health. Contrary to the traditional cultural mandate that men should not have sexual issues, anxieties or concerns, dealing with sexual problems is almost a universal experience for…Read more
Let's now see the miraculous cure for erectile dysfunction. For this, we need to learn a little more about orgasm. The male orgasm is on the precipice of ejaculation. If you hurry to get there, you will fall off the edge. Although many men continue to feel pleasure after they ejaculate, most are at the…Read more
This exercise was developed for you suffering from erectile dysfunction. This exercise is able to strengthen and harden your erections, but will also give you excellent ejaculatory control, power, and increased sperm volume. To perform this exercise, you must have a developed PC muscle, so do the Kegel exercises. This exercise teaches restriction and gives…Read more
Many men experience problems of erectile dysfunction at some stage of life. If you have or have this problem, you are not alone. Erection problems are thought to affect approximately 40% of men up to age 40 and up to 70% of men up to age 70. Before you run to get your little blue…Read more
Problems with erections are currently called male erectile dysfunction, or erectile dysfunction (ED). Some therapists and writers still use the older term for the problem, which is impotence. According to experts, erectile dysfunction is the "persistent or recurrent inability to achieve, or maintain until the completion of sexual activity, an adequate erection." But what is…Read more