marry Williams (@myedstore)
23 days ago

Are you able to run as hard as you did when you were 20? Have you ever tried to hit a baseball as high as you once could? Is it possible to slam a tennis ball with the same pace and spin?

Most likely not.

But there are plenty of opportunities to stay in the game and enjoy it as we get older. That holds true for both sex and sports.

Erectile dysfunction (ED) can be caused by a variety of factors. It may be anything as plain as a medication's side effect. However, the trigger is more complicated for around 75% of men. ED may be caused by vascular disease, neurological disease, diabetes, or medications or operations for the prostate.

If you have ED or choose to avoid it, try these ED-overcoming tips for better health and better sex life.

Begin walking: According to one Harvard report, only 30 minutes of daily walking was linked to a 41% reduction in the risk of developing ED. Other research indicates that moderate exercise can help obese middle-aged men with ED regain sexual performance.

Eat healthily: Eating a diet rich in natural foods like fruit, vegetables, whole grains, and fish — with less red and processed meat and refined grains — was found to reduce the risk of ED in the Massachusetts Male Aging Study.

Keep an eye on your vascular health: High blood pressure, high blood sugar, high cholesterol, and high triglycerides can all damage arteries in the heart, brain, and leading to the penis (heart attack, stroke) (causing ED). A growing waistline is also a factor. Consult your doctor to determine if your vascular system — and thus your heart, brain, and penis — is in good working order or requires maintenance through lifestyle changes and, if appropriate, medication.

Many professional doctors advise Cenforce 100, Vidalista 20, and Super P Force for the treatment of ED.

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