I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW ED EXISTED
My first encounter with erectile dysfunction was simply miserable. It was a complete shock. It felt like a betrayal. It inundated me with confusion. It turned my world upside down. From being brilliant and close to perfect, my life took a sharp turn downhill.
I had graduated from university a couple of years ago, was working at a prestigious (at least as far as I was concerned) financial firm in NYC, worked hard, made a good living, had good friends, and was very upbeat about life and the future. It was one of the first summer days of the year and the city was teaming with life. It was like a happy story from..
A research study (published in the Current Medicine Research and Practice) that was done on 275 men aged 18 to 65 has confirmed what we already know: That ED is very common in men with diabetes.
The study found that of the men with diabetes type 2, 79% had some..
Researchers at the University of Granada in Spain, have found that men with the disease called gum disease, (also called as chronic periodontisis) are more than twice as likely (2.17 times) to suffer from erectile dysfunction than men without this disease.
The study was done on 158 men aged between..
At least partly..
A new study has found that men’s level of testosterone is substantially impacted by their environment during childhood.
The study found that boys who grew up in challenging and harsher conditions, where..
Although this is not news, I still wanted to post about this because yet another study has confirmed this:
If you have erectile dysfunction, you are significantly more likely to also get a heart attack, stroke, or other cardiovascular problems..
Researchers from Sapienza Universita di Roma have published a study that reports that lack of vitamin B6 (folic acid) is highly correlated with erectile dysfunction.
The research study proposed that folic acid is essential for what is called endothelial..
The short answer is: It seems like it can!
A research study done at Harvard University, interviewed 501 couples who were trying to conceive and asked them to track their seafood consumption, dietary habits, and sexual activity. They followed the couples for a year, or until they got pregnant..
Research has again confirmed that poor sleep, as well as nocturia (waking up several times at night to urinate) has several negative health consequences.
3 new studies have confirmed the following:
A study on 7,700 men has demonstrated that nocturia (when a person wakes up two or more..
According to a survey done by Coop Pharmacy on 2,000 men, 50% of men in their 30’s reporting difficulties getting or maintaining an erection.
This number is significantly higher that what has been reported in other studies.
The study also found that 42% of men in their..
Although erectile dysfunction is often caused by causes such as being overweight, smoking, low testosterone or a poor diet, it can also be caused by psychological factors.
We human beings are complex systems, and to have a healthy body, mind and emotions are normally essential in order to function well sexually..