Some Major Health Conditions Associated With Member Dysfunction

Some Major Health Conditions Associated With Member Dysfunction
Some Major Health Conditions Associated
With Member Dysfunction
It’s become pretty common knowledge that men between the ages of 40 and
70 have experienced some form of member dysfunction. However, most
people assume that it has to do with the aging process. While aging
definitely impacts tumescence function, it isn’t as cut and dry as some
believe. In fact, more and more studies are showing a strong link between
member dysfunction and severe health conditions. The getting or
maintaining of a hard-on can often be a clue that there is something else
going on in a man’s body that he needs to address, so don’t ignore it!
Here are 6 diseases linked to member dysfunction:
1. Heart Attack and Stroke
Member dysfunction (MD) is one of the first apparent signs a man can
experience when he has blocked arteries. It’s so common that up to 30
percent of men who have MD also have some form of hidden blockage in
their vessels, or heart disease. Blocked arteries mean that there is a reduction
of, and therefore damage to, the organ that the arteries supply. The male
organ has arteries that get blocked first because they are so small.
Over the last 5 years, there have been several new studies that measure the
relationship between heart disease and MD. It’s such an active link that 15
percent of men with MD will have a heart attack or stroke within 5 years of
diagnosis.
2. Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
CAD is an illness in which cholesterol and plaque accumulate within the
arteries and results in them becoming stiff and narrow. It’s the primary cause
of heart disease in men and women and the number one cause of death in the
United States overall. According to several major studies, there is a link
between MD and the endothelium, which is the lining of the blood vessels.
Because the endothelium is damaged, it will have a difficult time relaxing,
and thus not let blood flow to the male organ.
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3. Diabetes
Diabetes is one of the most linked disease states to MD. The connection is so
strong that men with diabetes are up to 6 times more likely to develop MD
because the disease not only disturbs blood flow but also damages the
nerves. This also has a one-two punch because diabetes can also lead to
strokes and heart attacks.
4. Liver Disease
This disease is linked to MD due to its ability to destroy androgen
production, which leads to decreased intimate drive. People who have liver
disease have elevated levels of the intimate hormone–binding globulin and
less albumin because this reduces a man’s free androgen levels. As drive
drops, so do hard-ons.
Also, if liver disease is caused by alcoholism, that delivers an additional
chance of MD since alcohol abuse can damage the arteries that provide
blood to the male organ.
5. Dementia
This fifth disease state linked to prostate cancer is a bit of a sticky wicket.
There isn’t enough clinical data to show that dementia causes MD or vice
versa. However, both have the same risk factors, like elevated cholesterol,
diabetes, and atherosclerosis, for instance. There is also a study from 2015
that shows that men with MD are more than 1.6 times more likely to develop
dementia than men who do not suffer from the disorder.
6. Prostate Cancer
Okay, so prostate cancer itself isn’t linked to MD; however, the treatments
commonly used to fight that cancer, such as surgery or radiation, can cause
it. This is because both can damage the nerves and blood vessels, leading to
a lack of blood flow to the male organ.
How to Treat MD
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Men with member dysfunction can feel like it’s a lost cause. This is such a
pervasive feeling that almost 75 percent of men who have MD do not seek
treatment out of embarrassment or shame. However, there is hope. Many
men who make lifestyle changes have reduced or reversed their MD.
Creating healthy habits in sleep, diet, exercise, and stress management are
the key to healthy tumescence function.
Other things can help men with MD. There are many popular medications
out there that can treat MD. Men can also choose to use a specially
formulated male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1
Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to help
them boost blood flow to the male organ. These oils contain nutrients like Larginine and vitamin C, both of which have been shown to be vasodilators,
making it easier for blood vessels to relax and open, allowing blood to flood
the male organ for a firm hard-on. Use daily for best results.
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