Why Not To Use Natural Remedies For ED
Millions of men experience problems with erectile dysfunction each year. In the past, erectile dysfunction (also called impotence) was regarded as an inevitable part of getting old. With the exception of certain herbal treatments and natural libido enhancers known in limited cultural areas, there was no cure for male sexual dysfunction.
Fortunately, due to medical research, it is now clear that erectile dysfunction is not just a side effect of aging; it is a physiological problem which can be treated with medications, natural remedies, and changes in personal habits.
*What is impotence?
Impotence is the lack of ability to have an erection or to maintain it for the length of time necessary to achieve ejaculation. This common problem can affect men at any age, and almost all men will experience impotence at some time.
*What causes erectile dysfunction?
There is no single cause for erectile dysfunction. Achieving an erection involves a complex series of physiological events; in order for an erection to occur, the body is required to coordinate nervous system responses with tactile sensations, emotional triggers, and signals from certain hormones. If any of these events are disrupted, impotence is likely to occur.
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