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Sexual Health – Erectile Dysfunction

Hitting the gym may help men avoid diet-induced erectile dysfunction

Posted August 22, 2013

Obesity continues to plague the U.S. and now extends to much of the rest of the world. One probable reason for this growing health problem is more people worldwide eating the so-called Western diet, which contains high levels of saturated fat, omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids and added sugar. Researchers have long known that this pattern of consumption, as well as the weight gain it often causes, contributes to a wide range of other health problems including erectile dysfunction and heart disease.

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5 Natural Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction

Posted August 9, 2013

Erectile dysfunction (ED) becomes more common in men as they grow older. Instead of going for surgery or considering various kinds of medical treatments, there are a few natural remedies that you can try; they are very effective and might just provide you with the solution you need.

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Herbal remedy made from ginseng could eradicate impotence in men

Posted January 23, 2013

Ginseng could be nature’s natural cure for male impotence according to medical researchers. It has been used in Chinese herbal medicine for thousands of years, but its effectiveness has only recently been confirmed. According to research from South Korea, the natural aphrodisiac combats erectile dysfunction in just eight weeks.

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Natural Ginseng Pill Casts ED Aside and Significantly Boosts Sexual Performance in Men

Posted January 10, 2013

For thousands of years, the Chinese have used ginseng to cure a number of ailments, and now scientists have found that the root may also have the power to heal a man’s love life. The Chinese have long been using ginseng as an aphrodisiac and new research found that pills made from the root really can bring back the spark in men suffering from erectile dysfunction.

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3 ways to treat erectile dysfunction without medication

Posted November 24, 2012

Erectile dysfunction is a common problem. In fact, one in 10 men will suffer from the condition at some point in their lives. Erectile dysfunction occurs when a man can no longer get or keep an erection for sexual intercourse. If this happens from time to time, it’s not necessarily cause for concern.

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How herbal cocktail boosts libido in men

Posted October 10, 2012

It is estimated that one man in 10 has a problem related to having sex, such as premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction. It can affect any man, whether he is straight, gay, bisexual or transgender and it is much more common than people realise.

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Foods to Increase Sexual Vigor from Ancient India

Posted October 6, 2012

Long, long ago people in ancient India believed that imbibing snake blood or eating flesh of the Nilgiri Langur could increase sexual libido. Men from the land of Kama Sutra also believed that consuming goat’s testicles boiled in milk increased sexual vigor. The repertoire of aphrodisiacs of Indian origin, find their roots in Ayurvedic therapies. In early days man looked on aphrodisiacs to overcome sexual inadequacies and infertility – with procreation as the foremost obligation.

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Evaluation of a multi-herb supplement for erectile dysfunction: a randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled study

Posted September 20, 2012

Evidence is lacking for multi-ingredient herbal supplements claiming therapeutic effect in sexual dysfunction in men. We examined the safety and efficacy of VigRX Plus (VXP) — a proprietary polyherbal preparation for improving male sexual function,

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2 All Natural Ways to Boost Sex Drive

Posted August 5, 2012

Close to one-third of men over the age of 40 report some form of sexual dysfunction, which can be brought on by health conditions, stress, alcoholism and drug abuse, and the use of certain medications. And, of course, there is the issue of aging and the effect it has on your libido.

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Selenium and Type 2 Diabetes Have Special Relationship

Posted July 5, 2012

You may want to add Brazil nuts and button mushrooms to your diet sometime soon. Both of these foods, along with selected others, are a rich source of selenium, and a new study indicates that selenium is a good mineral to have if you want to reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes.

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