Treat Impotence Naturally

Impotence, or erectile dysfunction, can severely damage a man’s self-esteem and cause many problems in the bedroom. Many men see impotence as a failure on their part while their partners may have worries of lost passion or fear that the impotent member is having an affair. Thankfully you don’t have to feel that way. Impotence is relatively easy to improve and erectile dysfunction treatments can be done right in your home!

First, however, take some time to stop and talk with your partner about what is happening and how you both feel about it. It’s important to ensure that there are no hurt feelings, and that you can establish a game plan for both of you to ensure that you can recover successfully. Remember, most cases of impotence are transient- they come and they go almost as quickly. Some are brought on by medication and other by health conditions like diabetes. Making lifestyle changes with your partner to help limit these occurrences may be best for both of you! Try to find the positives in the situation rather than allowing yourself to be drawn down by the negatives.

How can I prevent Impotence?

  • Watch what you eat. Many health conditions can affect impotence.
  • Watch your cholesterol and blood pressure. Higher numbers can mean damaged blood vessels which affects blood flow to the penis\
  • Limit your alcohol intake.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Boost your testosterone levels naturally.
  • Avoid anabolic steroids.
  • Stop smoking.
  • Stay away from risky sexual behaviors. Contracting an STD can cause impotence, as well as serious medical complications.
  • Limit stress. Adrenaline constricts the blood vessels preventing blood from helping to establish a solid erection.
  • Make sure your teeth are healthy! Men with peridontitis tend to have problems with impotence.
  • Check prescriptions to see if impotence is one of the side effects.
  • Remove the “performance” worry from your sex life. It only makes it harder to keep from being stressed out.

What are the symptoms of Impotence?

  • The primary symptom of impotence is the inability to have or keep an erection that is adquate for sexual activity. It may be transient, but should be discussed with your doctor and your partner.

How do I treat Impotence?

  • Increase your intake of foods high in L-arginine which helps to dilate blood vessels and increase blood flow.
  • Red Korean ginseng is specially prepared to take advantage of sexual stimulation properties and boosts energy.
  • Zinc, found in meat and beans, helps to raise testosterone levels which helps in turn to lower the chance of impotence.
  • L-carnitine helps to improve blood flow, helping to establish erections.
  • Vitamin B3 or niacin is found in chicken and fish and helps men with high cholesterol establish a solid erection. Be careful, however, as it may have the side effects of itching and flushed skin.
  • A male aphrodisiac, muira pauma has been used by the natives in Brazil for impotence, joint pain and digestive health.
  • Gingko biloba has been discovered to help with impotence but should only be taken with the knowledge of your doctor.
  • Shake things up with your partner. This isn’t something you have to suffer through alone. Talk things out and consider fantasy ideas like role play in the bedroom.
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