Simple Ways to Deal with ED

Erectile dysfunction or ED can be triggered due to many reasons. Health conditions, some medications, relationship problems, stress and lifestyle factors (smoking, excessive drinking, overweight) have been found to increase the risk of ED substantially.

Most men who have such sexual problems tend to suffer in silence for many years before seeking cure. They are often embarrassed to discuss such problems and tend to ignore it. This problem not just impacts sex and has the potential to affect all aspects of their life.

The good news is that erectile dysfunction can be reversed and cured easily.

Natural Ways to deal with Erectile Dysfunction

Sleep Well

A poor sleeping pattern can contribute to ED. Loss of sleep affects testosterone levels and this is often associated with sexual dysfunction.

 Hormone secretion is controlled by the internal body clock. Your sleep pattern will determine when to release certain hormones. When you adhere to a proper and set sleep schedule, it can help cure sexual problems.

Monitor Medications

Medications taken for certain health conditions can cause side effects resulting in sexual dysfunction.

Antidepressants, high blood pressure meds, cholesterol meds, heart meds, beta blockers, diuretics and chemotherapy are the common culprits. Monitor your meds and talk with your doctor, so that you become aware of the side effects.

Avoid discontinuing any medication on your own, as this can have an adverse effect on your overall health. Medications need to be taken and discontinued only under the supervision of your doctor.


Acupuncture has been found to be beneficial for men suffering from ED as a side effect of antidepressants. The needle therapy boosts blood circulation to the penis and this has been found to improve erection.

The natural alternatives to erectile dysfunction work by building your sexual health with time. The natural cures are safe and don’t cause any kind of side effects that you need to worry about.

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