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How to prevent Erectile Dysfunction?

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Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. It can be a distressing and worrying experience for most men. Erectile dysfunction can occur at any age, but it’s more common in men over the age of 40. There are many reasons why someone may develop ED; stress, depression, exhaustion, and recent abstinence from sex are just some of them. Everyone is different and therefore the risk factors for developing ED are also different. Nevertheless, there are some measures that may help to reduce the risk of developing this condition. Keep reading to know how you can prevent ED with these 5 simple tips:

Have a Healthy Diet

A healthy diet is the foundation for good health. A balanced diet rich in fruit, vegetables and whole grains can help to reduce the risk of many health conditions. It can also help to reduce the risk of ED. In particular, a diet rich in fish and/or plant-based proteins, along with a low intake of saturated fats, can reduce the risk of ED. There is also some evidence that certain vitamins, minerals and other nutrients may help to reduce the risk of ED. These include vitamins C, E, B-6, B-12, zinc, selenium and the amino acid L-arginine.

Exercise Daily

Exercising regularly can help to reduce the risk of many health conditions, including ED. In particular, aerobic exercise such as walking, running and cycling, has been shown to reduce the risk of ED. There is some evidence that resistance training may also reduce the risk of ED. Exercise can improve blood flow to the penis and may also help to reduce stress and improve your general health, which may reduce your risk of developing ED. However, be careful not to overdo it and make sure you warm up properly before exercising and cool down afterwards to prevent injury.

Don’t Smoke

It is well known that smoking increases your risk of developing many health conditions, including ED. There is evidence that quitting smoking can reduce your risk of developing ED. It is important to note though that even if you have developed ED, quitting smoking can reduce your risk of developing more serious health complications associated with ED. It can also help to improve your general health and wellbeing. It is important to note that there is also evidence that some nicotine replacement therapy products may increase the risk of ED. Therefore, before starting any nicotine replacement therapy, talk to your doctor or healthcare provider to discuss your individual risk factors and how they may be affected by quitting smoking.

Maintain a Healthy Weight

It has been well established that being overweight or obese can increase the risk of many health conditions, including ED. In particular, being overweight or obese is associated with being insulin resistant. This means that the body produces high levels of insulin to process glucose (sugar) in the blood. Over time, high insulin levels can lead to cell damage and reduced blood flow to the penis, which can contribute to ED. Reducing your weight can help to reduce the risk of ED associated with being overweight or obese. There are many ways to reduce your weight, including making healthy dietary changes, increasing your physical activity, or joining a support group such as Weight Watchers.

Stay Away From Alcohol and Drugs

Drinking too much alcohol can increase your risk of developing many health conditions, including ED. There is also evidence that taking recreational drugs can increase your risk of developing ED. It is important to note that even if you have developed ED, cutting down or stopping alcohol or drug use can reduce your risk of developing more serious complications associated with ED. It can also help to improve your general health and wellbeing. It is important to note that there is also evidence that some alcohol may help to reduce the risk of ED. Therefore, before starting any alcohol consumption, talk to your doctor or healthcare provider to discuss your individual risk factors and how they may be affected by your alcohol consumption.

 

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