Erectile dysfunction is a major cause of decreased quality of life in men—so much so that one early theory suggested that this may explain the link between impotence and heart attacks. Depression is a risk factor for coronary heart disease, and the thought was that men who couldn’t get it up become so depressed that they die of a broken heart.
Now we know that erectile dysfunction and heart disease can be two different manifestations of the exact same root problem, diseased arteries—inflamed, oxidized, cholesterol-clogged blood vessels (See Survival of the Firmest: Erectile Dysfunction and Death). So it’s no wonder that a diet chock-full of anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, cholesterol-lowering plant foods would improve sexual functioning in both men and women, as well as reduce the risk of...
By Richard Barker
How To Remove ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION is a fascinating and rewarding subject with amazing results. Erectile dysfunction is very common, affecting about one in ten men, and is one of the most commonly treated sexual problems in my office today.
Erectile dysfunction issues that can be resolved include but not limited to:
Impotency – a difficulty in obtaining or maintaining firm erections
Libido – your libido may have decreased or disappeared
Relationships – perhaps you avoid intimacy or your partner feels you’re not attracted to them
Sexual confidence – you worry about pleasing a partner or perhaps feel sexually inexperienced
As a sufferer, you may be caught in a perpetual loop of anticipating failure to achieve an erection, which in turn brings about the failure and thus...