Lifestyle without erectile dysfunction

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 No Commented
Categorized Under: Erectile dysfunction, Men's Health

Sources of ED we discussed Lifestyle sources of ED such as smoking, excess alcohol and carrying a few extra pounds. We have also seen how party drugs can crash your party and take you to another party. In the introduction we discussed how stress and inflammation can be the intermediaries that enable baddie





free radicals. This stress can be both physical and emotional. So, let’s look at some Lifestyle changes you can start to apply to give your Dick the best chance.

Lifestyle: Eat Regularly

Skipping or delaying a meal stresses your body and could start baddie free radical reactions. It doesn’t even help with weight loss as your metabolism slows down to preserve energy. Eating regularly keeps your energy levels up and your metabolic rate optimal.

Lifestyle: Exercise, Exercise and Exercise

It cannot be stressed enough that exercise is crucial to your body systems that affect erections and ED. Strong evidence links a sedentary lifestyle to ED.

Dickxy reports findings that men who were physically active reported better erections with a 30% lower risk of ED than those who didn’t exercise regularly. A recent study published online in the journal of Sexual Medicine, found an association between physical activity and better erectile function even in young, healthy men aged 18 to 40. So, it’s irrefutable. Whatever your age, exercise enhances erectile function.

Regular exercise can enhance sexuality through a variety of mechanisms that affect both the mind and body. Physical improvements in muscle strength and tone, endurance, body composition and cardiovascular function (specifically, enhanced peripheral blood flow) can all enhance your sexual ability. Yet another study showed that those who exercise are more likely to experience a greater level of positive perception of themselves. This makes them more sexually desirable and enhances their sexual prowess.

As regular exercise seems to feature so much, here are 6 medically reviewed exercises that can improve your sexual prowess:

(1) Weight lifting. Strength training causes the body to produce testosterone, can strengthen the upper body and improve stamina during intercourse.

(2) Pelvic Floor Muscle exercises (also known as Kegels). We will get into these exercises in great details as part of the behavioural exercises in later steps. These arc also useful to delay ejaculation.

(3) Yoga. This exercise helps you become more flexible, making you more creative in your sex positions. Specifically, get into yoga poses that improve pelvic muscles such as the Bow Pose, Peacock Pose (also called the Forearm or Elbow Balance), and Shoulder Stand.

(4) Fast walking, running and other aerobic activities can help improve one’s sex life by improving circulation and blood flow. If you don’t like running, just find time to walk briskly for 30 minutes a
day. Preferably first thing in the morning.

(5) Short intense exercise has also been proven to boost testosterone. This is intense exercise for 30 seconds, recovery for say 90 seconds and repeated again 7 times.

(6) Swimming. Swimming for at least 30 minutes three times a week will increase sexual endurance.

Note that I have underlined regular. Dickxy has found research (PMID 16874149) that shows that whilst a single dose of exercise can increase Nitric Oxide for about 48 hours, daily and regular exercise causes a four-fold increase that can last up to a week.

The relatively new subject on how the brain works, Neuroplasticity, has replaced the formerly-held position that the brain is a physically static organ. It is proving that exercise actually changes the way the brain works Kamagra Australia shop for the better and more importantly counters some of the effects of aging on brain function. It makes sense that as the brain has so much influence on erections anything that improves brain function has to be good for your erections.

Insulin is also a stimulator of Nitric Oxide and exercise increases Nitric Oxide production in response to insulin (PMID 16889802). Exercise also increases the activity of an important circulating antioxidant, para-oxinase-1 that is usually decreased in men with ED (PMID 12798217). Need we say more about regular exercise? No matter how hard, inaccessible or boring, you have to find some kind or regular exercise routine to help with good erections.