Erectile Dysfunction Symptoms
You might have Erectile Dysfunction if you have any of the symptoms below:
Trouble getting an erection.
Difficulty maintaining an erection during sexual activities.
A reduced interest in sex.
On average 1 out of every 3 US men between the ages of 18 to 59 years old will have experienced Premature Ejaculation. Studies show some PE issues can be eliminated by taking Cialis or Cialis for Daily Use.
Obese men are likely to experience ED 2 times more than men of normal weight. A Study shows most men who had coronary artery disease had experienced ED 2 to 3 years before developing heart symptoms.
The foods you consume can be contributing to your issues with Erectile Dysfunction. Eating foods that are good for your vascular system and help you have a good supply of blood to the penis will help prevent ED.
A study in the American Journal of Epidemiology shows men who smoke are at much greater risk of developing Erectile Dysfunction compared with those who never smoked. Heavy smokers are the most at risk.
Men who drink Alcohol have a harder time achieving erections and reaching orgasm while under the influence. Because Alcohol is a depressant, heavy use can dampen mood and in some cases decrease a man's sexual desire.