Thursday August 03, 2017
We already knew that there was a correlation between erectile dysfunction and diabetes, and between erectile dysfunction and cardiovascular diseases.
But now it has also been shown that there is a link between erectile dysfunction and Parkinson’s Disease.
In a study published in the Journal of Clinical Neurology, researchers investigated more than 3,000 men who had been diagnosed with ED, and followed them over several years.
They found that men with ED were 52% more likely to develop Parkinson’s Disease during the next seven years, then men that did not have ED.
It was theorized that low testosterone levels may play a role. We at Truelibido would not be surprised if low dopamine levels play a part as well.
The takeaway is that if you struggle with erectile dysfunction today, you may be smart in monitoring other health risks as well.
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