Monday, September 14, 2015

[YOUR HEALTH] Antioxidant solution to impotency (2)

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Today we shall continue where we stopped last week on the various antioxidant solutions to impotency. All the distress, and each of those problems, can easily be avoided. However, by accomplishing these simple processes, understanding and believing –absolutely believing – that early impotency or Erectile Dysfunction is not the end of the world and that it is not permanent, and that you are not ‘broken’ for the rest of your life, and it can be cured without even much stress; is paramount to getting out of the problem. Just keep reading the series of this article, take what is said to heart, and then follow the instructions and guidelines. It will also help to learn about and to understand various problems which are due to manmade imposed impotency or Erectile Dysfunction, and know how to find a solution to them.

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The first man imposed illness that every sufferer of early impotency or erectile dysfunction people experience and which should be avoided is depression. Studies have shown ED and depressive symptoms can be positively correlated, and have demonstrated that there is indeed a bidirectional relationship between the two conditions. A five- year study revealed that more men with depression are affected by ED than those who do not suffer from depression. Moreover, men with ED have also shown a higher incidence of depression. Furthermore, studies have also shown that the incidence of ED in those who have depression is 1.82 times more than those who do not, and this association is not influenced by age or by factors associated with lifestyle choices and circumstances, or medication use.
ED is generally not a primary cause of depression, but rather, a contributing factor to it as it does not cause depression directly. Most men, if not all, see their sexual ability as a measure of their masculinity and place a high priority on it. As a result, those who suffer from ED are likely to feel frustrated, and embarrassed at their diminished sexual ability. This can exert stress on their daily lives. The fact that they are unable to achieve a proper erection the same way as healthy men, can have a huge impact on their self-esteem. Most of them will think that their problem with ED is their own fault and will blame themselves for it, even though that is not the case. ED causes depression, and depression causes ED. Try to do all you can to avoid this.
Stress and anxiety are also man-imposed leading causes of early impotency or ED. When a sufferer deliberately takes care of anxiety and stress, his sex life will return to normal soon enough and it might even improve as a result of the deliberate avoidance of anxiety and stress. Another man- imposed trigger is the sexual performance anxiety leading to embarrassment and low self-esteem. It must be noted here that failure is as much a part of our lives as success, and most men have faced at least some failures life, in one form or another. However, failing to achieve or to obtain an erection is a failure quite unlike any other. It is the first, and probably the only hurdle in life which can make a man feel like less of a man.
ED threatens man’s ego. It challenges his machismo. The mere attempt to get good erection in the presence of a woman but fail and stay flaccid, shatters a man completely. And invariably, when a man’s fragile self-esteem receives the telling blow, it breaks apart into a million pieces. His pride takes a fatal hit, and dies immediately.
But when men see early impotency or ED as a medical problem, just like malaria, flu, fever, measles, or any other ailment one experiences in life, hope arises and anxiety of performance receive cure.
Male sexual arousal is a complex process that involves the brain, hormones, emotions, nerves, muscles, and blood vessels. ED can result from a problem with any of these. Likewise, stress and mental health problems can cause or worsen ED. Sometimes, a combination of physical and psychological issues can cause ED. For instance, a minor physical problem that slows your sexual response may cause anxiety about maintaining an erection. The resulting anxiety can, in turn, lead to or worsen ED.
The brain plays a key role in triggering the series of physical events which cause an erection, starting with feelings of sexual excitement. A number of things can interfere with sexual feelings and cause or worsen ED. These include: depression, anxiety or other mental health conditions.
Another man- imposed early impotency or ED is when the wife fails to understand and help to get solution. This, more than any other, has sent many husbands to the verge of irreversible impotency. When a man has Erectile Dysfunction, however, it may affect and change his relationship, both with himself and his wife. Things can often get ugly, especially when the wife refuses to understand and cooperate. Evident is the fact that an estimated one in five failed marriages is a direct or indirect result of premature ejaculation, weak erection, small shrinking penis and ED. The man may be embarrassed, and might even feel guilty, which makes it difficult for him to talk to his wife about it. ED has an impact not only on the man, but on his wife as well. A common issue among couples dealing with ED starts with the failure of sexual advances. This can have an adverse effect on issues of trust, intimacy, and closeness. The man withdraws emotionally and physically because of embarrassment and the fear of failure. The wife starts to believe that her husband is losing interest in her, thereby impacting wife’s own self-esteem and feelings of attractiveness. The relationship suffers, and romance dies a slow, agonising death.
In reality though, the man is not losing interest, but may be manifesting signs of frustration and humiliation at not being able to effectively participate in love making or sexual acts. Furthermore, many husbands think it is inappropriate to need nurturance, or to admit that they need a hug, or to seek affection from their wives. But one of the many cures of early impotency is even the tender loving care and display of affection form the wife and heavy love play, which most husbands shy away from. This, most times, does not only help husbands to regain the support of their wives, it helps them regain their sense of erotic feeling which mostly help regain erection especially when the wife carries out some base of the penis massaging.
Medically, shortage of blood not reaching the penis is a major reason for erectile dysfunction or early impotency and this is the area solution is mostly needed. Lots of amino acids, enzymes and proteins are needed to be added to your diet, so restoring effective flow of blood to the penis helps to provide all the antioxidant that will help permanently cure the challenge.
Remember, in most cases, ED is caused by something physical, such as alcoholism or other forms of substance abuse, certain medications, clogged blood vessels (atherosclerosis) diabetes, heart diseases, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, low testosterone, metabolic syndrome (this is a condition involving increase blood pressure) high insulin levels, body fat around the waist line, multiple sclerosis, general obesity, Parkinson’s diseases, peyronie’s diseases (which is the development of scar inside the penis), surgeries or injuries that affect the pelvic area or the spinal cord, tobacco use and the treatment for prostate cancer or enlarged prostrate.
The antioxidant solutions to all these are available in food and supplements such as; the combination of the white of raw egg with small portion of watermelon blended together. Drink daily especially at night.

- Funmi Akingbade/Punch

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