It is no surprise that men who struggle with erectile dysfunction are often (but not always) in the danger zone when it comes to health complications. I have previously written about this here, here, here and here.
We now have yet another study confirming this.
This study used data from the European Male Ageing Study (EMAS), and analyzed 1,913 men.
The study found that during a 12.4 year follow-up period, men with erectile dysfunction, poor morning erections and low libido (3 simultaneous conditions), had a mortality rate that was 1.8 higher than those men who had none of these 3 conditions.
The research also found that the mortality rate in men who suffered from erectile dysfunction only, had a mortality rate that was 1.4 higher than men who did not suffer from erectile dysfunction.
Also, those men who had the lowest levels of free testosterone, had a higher mortality rate compared to those that had the highest levels of free testosterone.
So, we now have several research reports that say the same: Men with ED and or low testosterone are more likely to die early, than men who do not struggle with ED and or have normal testosterone levels.
The key question is why?
Although the answer is probably quite long and complicated, I do think that a big part of the explanation are lifestyle issues.
Erectile dysfunction, low testosterone, heart disease, diabetes, many cancers, etc., have the same cause. That cause is an unhealthy lifestyle. Unhealthy lifestyle = a poor diet, lack of exercise, lots of stress, little sleep, etc.
And if there is a common cause for many of these cases, there is also a common solution: Living healthier.
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