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5 Things That May Cause Erectile Dysfunction In Men And Foods That Reduce Your Risk.

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Erectile dysfunction, often known as ED or impotence, occurs when a man is unable to obtain or maintain a hard enough erection to engage in sexual activity. While most people chuckle at these commercials, erectile dysfunction can suggest a significant health problem. Although erectile dysfunction is more common as men get older (22 percent of men over 60 and 30 percent of men over 70 suffer from impotence), it is not an unavoidable component of becoming older. Instead, an underlying physical or psychological issue is more likely to be the source of the problem. However, in this article I will be listing out the causes of erectile dysfunction in men.

1. Medical Conditions.

Erectile dysfunction could be caused by serious medical issues including heart disease. The most prevalent cause of erectile dysfunction is atherosclerosis. Diabetes, chronic renal disease, multiple sclerosis and Peyronie's disease are all risk factors for Erectile Dysfunction.

2. Certain Medications.

Prescription and over-the-counter medications can cause erectile dysfunction. Certain drugs, such as antidepressants and antihistamines, might make it difficult to get or retain an erection. It's essential to talk to your doctor if you suspect your ED is caused by a drug.

4. Relationship issues.

Relationship issues that cause stress might lead to difficulties in the bedroom. Other contributing variables include depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, guilt, and dread of sexual failure.

5. Lifestyle Choices.

Erectile dysfunction is more common in men who are overweight, heavy smokers, alcoholics, or substance abusers. Eating foods high in flavonoids, like as blueberries, can help prevent erectile dysfunction. Men who consumed more flavonoid smoked less, drank less, and exercised more.

6. Injury to the Body.

There is no link between long-term cycling and erectile dysfunction, according to a new study. Men have raised concern over whether cycling contributes to ED, as the sport has grown in popularity. Any physical activity that could hurt your lower half should be avoided.

Food That Prevent Or Reduce The Risk Of Erectile Dysfunction.

Certain foods you consume can also help to lower or even reduce the risk of erectile dysfunction and boost your sperm count. However, I will be listing out the best food you can consume according to healthline.com.

1. Spinach.

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Spinach is high in folate, which is a well-known blood flow enhancer. Folic acid is important for male sexual function. Erectile dysfunction has been linked to low folic acid levels in the blood.

2. Watermelon.

Watermelon is high in phytonutrients, which are helpful elements. Antioxidants are also phytonutrients. They relax the blood vessels that feed an erection, which is one of their advantages.

3. Oatmeal.

Oatmeal is supposed to increase blood flow to the penis, ensuring that sexual functions are healthy. It contains the amino acid L-arginine, which may aid in the treatment of ED and increase testosterone levels in males.

4. Berries.

Berries are high in nutrients and are one of the healthiest meals to eat in large quantities. Blackberries, cherries, and other fruits and vegetables are important for your general health. These foods are also high in flavonoids, which help to prevent ED.

5. Nuts.

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Nuts such as walnuts, almonds, pistachios, and others have been shown in studies to help boost libido levels. This could be beneficial in the treatment of ED.

6. Coffee.

Caffeine stimulates blood flow to the arteries and muscles of the penile region. Other fruits to include:

1. Carrots.

  1. Chocolate (dark).

3. Apples.

4. Avocado.

Conclusion

it's critical to take control of your health. If you're suffering impotence, talk to your doctor about it and any underlying causes you're concerned about.

Source:

https://www.healthline.com/health/mens-health/foods-for-penis#1.-Spinach

https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/erectile-dysfunction/symptoms-causes/syc-20355776

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