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8 habits that fuel impotence
Beyond the fact that it reduces man’s self esteem, it impairs a man’s ability to have Sexual intercourse
Based on findings, one of men’s worst S3xual problems is impotence. It is a type of Sexual dysfunction characterised by the inability of the man to develop or maintain an erection firm enough for Sexual intercourse.
Beyond the fact that it reduces man’s self esteem, it impairs a man’s ability to have Sexual intercourse and more importantly, it also reduces the likelihood of the man being able to impregnate a woman. But the good news is that it is curable.
However, given the serious impact it has on the Sexual wellness of a man, it is important to point out that there are certain habits that fuel this dysfunction, and these include:
It should first be noted that the turgidity of the penis is dependent on blood flow and so it is only helpful when people eat the food that would aid blood flow in their system. WebMD, a website that provides valuable health information and tools for managing health, pointed out that the kind of diet or eating pattern that could cause heart attack due to restricted blood flow would also obstruct the flow of blood to the penis, especially when blood flow is needed for the penis to be erect. Therefore, to avoid impotence, men are advised to take fruits, vegetables, fish, red wine, whole grains and heart-healthy fats like nuts. “Anything that is bad for a man’s heart is also bad for his penis,” an associate professor of clinical urology, Andrew McCullough, said.