Really? It’s that high? Well, according to a new study on global prevalence of erectile dysfunction, this is indeed the case in certain countries.
The study also found that the rates of impotence had doubled in the last 25 years.
And the study confirmed what we already know, that there is a strong correlation between erectile dysfunction and: heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dementia and premature death.
Another worrying conclusion from the report was that the prevalence of men with ED under the age of 40 was exceptionally high.
The study also claimed that about 322 million men are estimated to be affected by ED by 2025. However, the Trulibido estimate is that there are currently about 800 million men worldwide who suffer from ED.
Why is erectile dysfunction becoming more and more common? And why does it affect young men in such alarming number?
I am pretty certain I have the answer.
It is because of our lifestyles. The way we live our modern lives. Many men indulge in pornography, don’t exercise much, eat poorly, stress too much, sleep too little, don’t get sunshine, live in polluted cities, etc. Our bodies are getting more and more out of balance every day.
My experience is that only by living healthy, by keeping the body (and mind) in balance, does my body function well sexually.
So what is the solution then? To get the body back in balance. To achieve this, I have created a 100% free course to help men get their bodies back in balance in 10 weeks or less.
You find the free course here.
And you find the scientific study here.
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