Problems in the Bedroom? Try Lifestyle Modification, Not Medication

Men, here's what you've been waiting for.  It's possible to treat that problem good-looking older men with even better-looking, younger wives are having trouble with on all those vacation-like commercials, without medication.

According to, "Men suffering from sexual dysfunction can be successful at reversing their problem, by focusing on lifestyle factors and not just relying on medication."

In a study of Australian men 35-80, over 31%  involved in the study developed some form of erectile dysfunction over a five-year period.

And it's not just about sex.  "Sexual relations are not only an important part of people's well-being. From a clinical point of view, the inability of some men to perform sexually can also be linked to a range of other health problems, many of which can be debilitating or potentially fatal," the Web site quotes Professor Gary Wittert, Head of the Discipline of Medicine at the University of Adelaide and Director of the University's Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health.

Risk factors include physical problems, like being overweight or obese, a higher level of alcohol intake, having sleeping difficulties or obstructive sleep apnea, and age, not psychological so much.
Many of the men in the study were able to overcome their problem by simply adjusting their lifestyle -- losing weight, cutting down on alcohol, being treated for sleep apnea.   Age, unfortunately, you can't do much about.
So consider this before taking medication, experts say.  It may be harder than simply popping a pill, but it may also be worth it.  Your partner will thank you.


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