ED SOLUTION AU NATRIEL
Erectile dysfunction affects over 30 million American men. Most of the men are looking for a solution, perhaps a pill to solve their problem. Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis do work. However, they are very expensive and not available in the generic format at this time. So let’s look at other options, even natural supplements that may be effective.
While a study published in the Journal of Urology found that men taking Korean red ginseng saw significantly improved erections compared to their placebo-popping counterparts, the American Urological Association Clinical Guidelines Panel feels this trial group of 45 men is too small to validate its clinical efficacy. In addition, Korean red ginseng can cause added health issues for men who have heart disease, mood disorders, or immune system disorders.
Taking a supplement of this amino acid can help increase blood flow both to the penis and the heart, While there’s no medical guarantee it will work like Viagra, Levitra, or Cialis, L-arginine is known to increase levels of nitric oxide, a gas that relaxes muscles and increases blood flow, and is involved in maintaining an erection.
Zinc supplements are not shown to help, but a healthy lifestyle with an excellent diet — anything good for the heart — will be good for the penis. Perhaps the best advice is to lose weight, to exercise, and to stop smoking.
Acupuncture, Hypnosis, and Yoga
Anything that helps reduce stress and improves awareness of your body or calms you down is worth trying. For some people, acupuncture can help in situations where stress, anxiety, or injury is the cause of ED.
Horny Goat Weed
Pills, powders, and teas are made from an extract of this plant, also called Epimedium, which has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine. Some animal-based studies show that it may increase nitric oxide, which is involved in maintaining an erection, but there is no conclusive scientific evidence that it has benefits in humans.
Antioxidants in berries help nitric oxide last longer in the bloodstream, which is where the pomegranate myth began. However, there is no scientific proof that drinking this antioxidant-rich juice can actually help with erections.
Bottom Line: I wish I could report that these supplements are the Holy Grail and can help men restore their erections so that they will be able to successfully engage in in sexual intimacy with their partners. However, the jury is out; and although these options are not likely to be harmful they probably won’t solve most men’s erectile dysfunction.