Changing a healthier lifestyle so it is not only beneficial for heart health and blood vessels. Health sex organs also become more Balk. Erectile dysfunction (ED) experienced men can get better after he changed his lifestyle to be healthier.
Rnakin now clear that a healthy man has a healthy sex life as well. Thus the results of a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Healthy men clearly have a healthy blood circulation. Thanks to healthy blood circulation, erection was no problem for them.
As known, a healthy diet rich in fruits and vegetables, exercise regularly, and maintain normal body weight is useful to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. The results of research in the Archives of Internal Medicine states that a man with a healthy life turns out to be effective to improve erectile dysfunction (ED).
For men, ED is not just a sign of danger for domestic happiness, but also a sign of serious health problems. According to these studies, ED may be a risk factor for illness before the arrival of the diagnosis of heart disease.
“The risk factors reduces heart disease and ED are basically almost the same. Both occurred because of lack of exercise, obesity, diabetes, smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and unhealthy eating patterns. You can treat heart disease by changing lifestyle . Changes in lifestyle that will also fix the problem of ED, “said Stephen L. Kopecky, MD, a cardiologist from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota, USA, who conducted the study.
Motivation Research jack examined 740 men in six studies. The average age of 55 years. Lifestyle changes with or without cholesterol-lowering drugs such as obal improve erectile dysfunction and helps lower blood cholesterol levels.
“When men age 30 to 50-year-old suffering from erectile dysfunction, he should see a cardiologist for a complete inspection. Everything must be examined before a stroke or heart attack,” said Kopeck tells WebMD.
“Healthy lifestyle has important benefits for improving disease that is meant for men is the function of sex. Some men do not seem bothered by the lifestyle that brings heart disease or cancer in the future. The use of drugs for erectile dysfunction are very expensive should provide motivation to men to adopt healthy lifestyles in their complaints, “said Thomas A. Pearson, MD, Ph.D, MPH, professor of the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in New York, who became a writer in addition to the research.
Suzanne Steinbaum, DO, a cardiologist from Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, also agrees with this, namely that erectile dysfunction is an early sign for heart disease.
“This is one of the danger signs that say there are bigger problems in the heart. Diet, exercise, and weight loss will improve the symptoms of erectile dysfunction and lower the risk of heart disease and stroke,” he said.