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Erectile Dysfunction: Preventative Measures

Erectile Dysfunction: Preventative Measures  - bikingErectile Dysfunction (ED) is a common issue that worsens with age. While ED in younger men is often short-term, older men such as those in their 60s experience complete inability to achieve and sustain an erection. However, since ED does not occur naturally due to aging, it is possible to prevent it by taking the following precautions:

Adopting a Healthy Lifestyle

Your entire body’s health is also responsible for your sexual health. Particularly, it is important to maintain your arteries and nerves in healthy condition for desired circulation. Poor diet, lack of exercise, and unhealthy lifestyle behaviors can add to your risk for ED. There are various lifestyle transformations that can assist you to stay healthy. They include:

  • Frequent exercising
  • Quitting smoking
  • Losing weight
  • Regulating alcohol use
  • Eating well

Controlling Chronic Illness

Chronic illnesses are some of the main causes of Erectile Dysfunction. The most predominant of these illnesses are diabetes and cardiovascular disease. On a severe case, prostate cancer can also lead to ED. Regulating chronic conditions can be done through:

  • Keeping your blood sugar in check
  • Maintaining your blood pressure at healthy levels
  • Controlling your cholesterol through diet and medication, if necessary
  • Taking medications for chronic illnesses

Paying Attention to Your Mental Health

Mental discomfort such as emotional stress can lead to ED. Specifically, depression and anxiety can impede your ability to get and sustain an erection, which can contribute to further stress.
In case you are undergoing symptoms of anxiety or depression that affect your daily activities, including your sexual performance, reach out to your doctor.

Communicate With Your Partner

Communication may not be the direct cause for an ED issue but not having an honest conversation about it with your partner can actually worsen ED. Talking to your partner can help manage stress and provide support while you seek treatment for ED.

While Erectile Dysfunction can be an uncomfortable topic, being open with your doctor is the initial step towards finding treatment. If you're experiencing symptoms of erectile dysfunction, call the team at Premier Men's Medical Center now to schedule an appointment to have a consultation with their experienced and specially trained medical staff. From HGH hormone therapy to erectile dysfunction treatment, our team can help.

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