Essential facts all men should know about ED drugs

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects nearly every man at some point in his life. Whether it happens only occasionally or has become a chronic problem (or somewhere in between), men frequently turn to erectile dysfunction drugs. While the “little blue pill” and its cousins usually come to mind first, there are other medications for erectile dysfunction that are not taken orally. It’s good to have choices; and fortunately, you do.

What’s the first thing you should do if you are experiencing erectile dysfunction? What do you know about the different erectile dysfunction drugs? What side effects can you expect? How effective are these … Continue Reading

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Coffee May Perk Up More Than Men’s Brains: It Could Stave Off Erectile Dysfunction

According to a new study, caffeine intake is linked to reduced odds of having erectile dysfunction (ED) in men who drink the equivalent of two to three cups of coffee per day. Among the lifestyle factors that are known to put a man at risk of ED – poor diet, physical inactivity, smoking, and alcohol consumptions – caffeine has not been of the biggest candidates. But the new study suggests that like other areas of physical and mental health, ED may be another beneficiary of caffeine’s fascinating benefits. Since erectile function, and dysfunction, is in some ways an extension of cardiovascular health … Continue Reading

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Does walking make you stiff?

If you have a heart attack today, you’ve a better chance of walking out of hospital than ever before. And new stents and new drugs – and a better understanding of how to use them – have combined to increase your chances of still being alive 5 years after your first attack to better than four in five.

All this does presuppose you actually make it to hospital. The first few minutes of a heart attack are pretty dicey, and still the best way to have a long and healthy life is to avoid a heart attack in the first place. … Continue Reading

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6 Exercises Every Man Should Do To Improve His Sex Life

The key to giving your sex life an added boost is as simple as hitting the gym. Exercise increases energy, tones your muscles, burns fat and improves your mood and self-image. But for more reasons than you may know, exercise can also improve your sex life. For instance, research shows that if you burn as little as 200 additional calories a day, you can lower your risk of erectile dysfunction.

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SEXUALITY MATTERS: Opening up a dialogue about erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects a wide range of men. In fact, research shows that 20 percent of men in all age groups and 40 percent of older men are affected with erectile dysfunction. It is a disorder shrouded with taboos and anxiety that often impacts men’s quality-of-life. This often prevents men from discussing the disorder and seeking treatment.

Despite the large numbers of men struggling with ED and the availability of effective pharmacological interventions, men are often reluctant to seek treatment primarily because they believe that their primary care physician will not take them seriously.
According to research studies, a strong connection … Continue Reading

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7 tips to boost male stamina in the bedroom

In the minds of many men, sexual stamina is synonymous with staying power and sexual performance rolled into one. Others realize that placing a lot of emphasis on stamina can result in feelings of anxiety and stress, which work against sexual satisfaction. A better appreciation and understanding of sexual stamina may benefit all men and their partners and bring some balance to the discussion, so here are seven tips to get you started.

Have Heart Disease? Feel Confident Resuming Sexual Activity!

The majority of people diagnosed with heart disease after a heart attack or heart surgery have very real concerns about returning to sexual activity. This issue often gets buried in a long list of questions for the doctor or is difficult to bring up.

The good news is that fitness can improve your motivation and confidence to resume your sex life, and the cardiovascular risks surrounding sexual activity and heart disease are comparatively low.

With increasing research, the message is becoming clear: For most people with uncomplicated heart disease, the risk of angina, arrhythmia or death is relatively low during sexual activity … Continue Reading

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10 Things That Can Deflate Your Erection

What happens in the bedroom stays in the bedroom.  Erectile Dysfunction is one of those topics considered taboo.  Now, let’s talk about it in the open.  There are factors that affects erectile dysfunction, and this time, all secrets are out.

  1. Depression – sexual excitement starts in the brain. Since the brain is an erogenous zone, depression can seriously affect your performance for the night (or day).  Medication for depression can have an adverse effect on your sex life: Sex drive, difficulty in having an erection, and delay in orgasm.
  2. Alcohol – this depends on the magnitude of alcoholContinue Reading
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Why Can’t Guys Get Hard Sometimes? 9 Reasons Why Men Can’t Get It Up

Most of us are raised to believe that men are ravenous sex-beasts, eternally horny and only pretending to be a part of polite society so that they can find some new crevice to jam their Jeremy Irons into. So the first time we cross paths (and genitals) with a guy who can’t get an erection, many of us immediately panic and assume that the problem must be us. We must be profoundly unsexy. After all, what could else possibly stop these hormone-addled maniacs from getting an erection?

As it turns out, there are actually tons of things that can keep guys from getting an … Continue Reading

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How too much wine on that romantic night out could wreak havoc between the sheets

Heavy drinking ‘dampens libido, reduces sensitivity and makes it harder to orgasm’

  • Many people drink to boost their confidence but alcohol can affect sex
  • Previous research shows it leads to erectile dysfunction in men
  • In women it can reduced lubrication in women and make it hard to orgasm
  • Can also lead to fertility issues and liver damage, experts warn

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