Lasting long and performing well under the sheets is something every guy wants to do. But, not everyone is fortunate enough to do that because of the underlying medical conditions. But is it only that? Not really. If you have… Read More »Squeeze Technique: The Ultimate Way to Last Longer
Erectile dysfunction is usually thought of as a condition of the aged. Certainly, the older a man gets, the higher his chances of acquiring it. Men in their 60s and 70s are most prone. But it can affect a man… Read More »Are You Suffering from Porn-Induced ED?
Erectile dysfunction is more common than you think. About half of men ages 40 to 70 are prone to developing the condition. The chances of doing so increase as one ages. Though not an inevitable part of aging, ED is… Read More »Researchers Find a Link between Psoriasis and ED
Erectile function is pretty common, but perhaps not as common as TV commercials would have you believe. An estimated 30 million Americans suffer from this pernicious problem. The chances of developing it in one’s 50s is four percent. Around age… Read More »The Difference between Short-term and Long-term ED
Diabetes is a disease where sugar or glucose can’t be properly metabolized for lack of insulin production, or an inability to use what is produced. The disease can cause many serious issues in the body and may even become life-threatening.… Read More »Diabetes: A commonly overlooked Cause of ED
Though the stigma is receding, erectile dysfunction is something many men feel uncomfortable talking about, even with a physician. Due to this, a lot of information is garnered from the internet. It is not the best source depending on which… Read More »Common ED Myths Debunked
Traditionally, erectile dysfunction was thought to be an age-related disease. That’s of no surprise. Almost 50% of men in the U.S. over age 40 wrestle with the condition. But with more research and time, though men have a higher chance… Read More »ED Becoming More Common Among Younger Men
Erectile dysfunction can strike a man at any age. But the older he gets, the more likely he is to develop it. That’s because it is often associate with age-related diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. That also… Read More »L-citrilline May Help with Mild ED