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Sexual Health Male

There's an incredibly important link between a man's health and sexual performance," (Professor Lamm, New York University)

Male sexual function changes constantly through adulthood. At the age of 18 puberty reaches its peak and allows for maximum sexual ability. This continues through your 20s and 30s.

Anywhere from age 40–50+, without adequate chemical, nutritional and hormonal maintenance to optimize health, you may experience a reduction in erection times, less forceful ejaculation and longer refractory times. This can worsen from around 60+ where hormones may reduce and physiological responsiveness, arousal and function may lower.

However, although by your 60s the changes noted above may be quite noticeable to you physically, your psychological desire may still be strong.

This is because these problems lay more in your overall health status as opposed to any kind of age-related lack of interest.

Impotence (ED)
The prostate
Prostate cancer
Testicular cancer
Premature ejaculation
Loss of libido

Erectile dysfunction is the most common sexual health complaint in men.

Impotence is when you are unable to maintain an erection.

To erect your penis it must become engorged with blood. Some conditions make this difficult however. Vascular (blood vessel) disease, e.g.

Male Rejuvenator

Atherosclerosis (where fatty deposits narrow the arteries) may restrict blood flow to the penis, high fat/sugar diets, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and smoking are all common causes.

This condition affects approximately 30 million men in the United States alone.

As well as Atherosclerosis, other major causative groups include:

  • Nerve damage (neuropathy) 
  • Medications — such as for high blood pressure, depression and heart disease 
  • Hormonal problems. 

Regardless of the medical causes of erectile difficulty, there is also always a psychological effect potentially resulting in anxiety, feelings of inadequacy, depression and lowered self-esteem. All these themselves contribute to male impotence, beginning a vicious circle of problematic function.