Your Manhood

While your prostate is the real powerhouse behind your sexual health, your Manhood is the universally recognized symbol of your masculinity.  By extension, your Manhood gets a tremendous amount of attention; both good and bad and is the cause of not only pleasure but, at times, enormous stress.  Too small, too big, too soft, too sensitive….whatever the case, your little friend takes up an awful lot of your waking thoughts.  But are you giving him the proper attention to assure yourself that, when the time arises, he’ll be ready to go to your satisfaction.  Let’s face it.  If you’re not satisfied, chances are she’s not either.

Over 18 million men in the U.S. have Erectile Dysfunction.

Here’s some basic anatomy:

Let’s take a look at four areas that can impact your sexual well-being:

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is characterized by the inability to develop or maintain an erection during sexual activity.  Causes of erectile dysfunction can be either physical or psychological and can stem from medications, stress, poor blood flow, chronic illness, fatigue, poor diet, too much alcohol and depression.

Difficulty achieving an erection on occasion may not be anything to be concerned about.  But if you find this is an ongoing problem you need to address it now.  It can be crippling for your self-confidence, affect your relationships and create a great deal of stress in your life.  Some simple lifestyle changes can have a major impact on erectile dysfunction.

Symptoms

  • Trouble getting or maintaining an erection
  • Lack of sex drive

Causes

The causes of Erectile Dysfunction can be induced by either physical or psychological stress, or a combination of both.  Sexual arousal has several stages and is a complex process.  Hormones, nerves, blood vessels and your brain all play a role in this process.  A problem with any one of these areas can result in ED.  Your emotional state has a huge impact as well.  Performance anxiety can be an erection killer.

Physical Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

  • High cholesterol
  • High Blood pressure
  • Clogged arteries
  • Heart disease
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Low testosterone
  • Prescription medication
  • Alcohol and other drugs
  • Tobacco
  • Prostate related issues or surgery

Psychological Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Relationship problems
  • Depression
  • Mental health issues

What to do next:

Want specific information about how to address this? Download ‘Every Man’s Survival Guide For Erectile Dysfunction’

Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation (PE) is generally defined as ejaculation prior to the wishes of both sexual partners.  It is the most common type of sexual dysfunction in men under 40. Like erectile dysfunction, occasional premature ejaculation might not be cause for concern, but, if the problem is ongoing, it should be addressed.  Both psychological and physical factors can play a role in premature ejaculation.  Most men feel embarrassed to talk about it, but premature ejaculation is a common and treatable condition.

It’s estimated that as many as 1 out of 3 men may be affected by PE at some point in their lives.

Psychological Causes

  • Early sexual experiences that may have conditioned you to hurry to reach climax
  • Anxiety (I’m getting anxious just writing this)
  • Relationship issues
  • Guilt

Physical Causes

  • Abnormal hormone or chemical levels
  • Thyroid problems
  • Prostatitis

Low Libido or Sex Drive

It contradicts all we are and know, and few would want to admit it, but low libidos and flagging sex drives are becoming increasingly common among men.  It’s commonplace in women.  “Not tonight, I have a headache” is a much parodied phrase.  But in men?  We’re supposed to be sexual animals; craving it and demanding it night and day.  It’s estimated that low sexual desire affects up to 20% of men.  And that number could be significantly higher.  Many a man’s self-worth is tied to his virility and the thought of losing interest in sex is terrifying.   It’s certainly not something most men would be willing to talk about.

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Low Testosterone (Low T)

Testosterone is a hormone that is naturally produced in the body.  It plays a key role in the development of the testes and the prostate.  Testosterone also promotes secondary sexual characteristics such as increased muscle mass and the growth of body hair.

Testosterone levels reach their peak at puberty.   As men age, the production of testosterone begins to naturally decrease, often resulting in a condition known as Low T.  This can affect energy levels, muscle mass, body fat and sexual function.  Healthy testosterone levels are essential for a strong sex drive and the body’s overall health and well-being.

Do you suffer from low testosterone?

Symptoms of low testosterone:

Low sex drive

Loss of muscle

Decreased energy

Inability to lose weight

Mood changes

Erratic sleep patterns

Inability to lose weight

Lack of focus or concentration

Testosterone levels can generally be raised through natural means and/or medication.  It’s worth giving the natural methods a shot first.

What to do next:

Want specific information about how to address Low Testosterone?

Download ‘Every Man’s Survival Guide For Low Testosterone’

The Consequences of Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation, Low Libido and Low T

  • Low self-esteem or embarrassment
  • Relationship problems
  • Ongoing stress
  • Anxiety
  • An unfulfilling sex life

A great way to deal with all these issues is to get your physical house in order:

Your Manhood

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