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Obesity and Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction is widely known and discussed recently and it means a man's disability in initiating and preserving erection. The condition can be evoked by a range of reasons but here we are going to dwell on the one in particular - obesity.
Before revealing how obesity can lead to ED it makes sense to understand what is implied by the term. Under the notion of obesity we implicate a condition of overweight and poor health as a consequence. People with unhealthy eating habits and scanty activity usually have this condition. They feel unsound not only physically as excessive bodily fat interferes with normal life and makes the organism work in an improper way, making it sick, but their emotional state also leaves much to be desired. Redundant fat is able to influence your heart, kidneys, pressure and what not.
It also does no good to your ability to perform. How does this happen? The main reason of absence of erection is lacking blood circulation in a penis. Too much fat means excessive cholesterol. Redundant cholesterol creates plaques that either partially or completely clog the arteries therefore interfering with the blood flow. Thus no necessary hormones, ingredients and oxygen can be passed to the organs. This also refers to penile area as well and lacking blood circulation makes erection impossible for one thing.
It is also impossible for obese people to release nitric oxide which is as well essential for initiation of erection. It happens because the epithelial layer of the heart that is responsible for release this oxide is often damaged in obese patients as it has to produce too much insulin to balance bad cholesterol. Hence no nitric oxide, no stimulation to the penile area - no erection. Both conditions can be reversed or remedied by reducing or eliminating fat in your daily allowance.
The best way to treat ED evoked by obesity is to treat obesity itself in the first place. What is generally prescribed for overweight patients? Changing a lifestyle. Mostly it's more activity like sports and exercises; and a diet program, of course. It sounds simple but not really easy to do for people who are used to different schemes. It may take long time, effort and definitely self-will to stop falling on the fatty and junk food and make yourself start doing at least morning exercises. But as long as you have a clear goal (that is normal sexual performance in this context) the whole diet-exercise program will be endured easier. You will see that vegetables and fruit are not less nice; perhaps you will even refine taste to grains and beans. Do not forget about vitamins. Make sure you include products rich in vitamins C, E, B and zinc in your daily allowance. Not only that these ingredients will assist with energy and protein metabolic process and lessen the amount of unnecessary cholesterol; but they also increase blood circulation, thus, stimulating erection. Pay attention also to some herbal products such as gingko biloba and ginseng. They are known as extremely efficient and absolutely secure means of ED treatment and prevention.
Once you decided that something must be done about your ED condition and you are tired of being overweight you will not find it that difficult. Obesity is badly tolerated not only because of this one unhappy consequence but because of a wide range of adjoining diseases it is as well able to bring about let along emotional distress and self-dissatisfaction. Change your lifestyle and start enjoying your sex life again.
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