These factors kill a man in you. The adverse effects on potency

Not only alcohol and smoking ruin your potency – not many know, but also some medications deliver a blow to your potency capabilities. Tranquilizers and antidepressants, which are assigned to eliminate depression and certain diseases by inhibiting the CNS, reduce anxiety and nervous irritability, and degrade the potency of men. Men with vascular diseases of the heart may face a decrease in potency while taking the drugs targeting hypertension and heart failure, as well as diuretics (used to relieve edema) and blockers, beta-adrenergic receptors.

Drugs with corticosteroids and female hormones estrogen prescribed for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia and stop the proliferation of the tumor also have a negative effect on potency. The same negative impact have all the medicines for healing ulcers and erosions (commonly prescribed for the treatment of diseases of the stomach and duodenum).

Sex on schedule makes is not good for you

These factors kill a man in you. The adverse effects on potency

Many couples who wish to have a baby have to adapt to the ovulation cycle, but not every couple realizes that such a schedule regime has a disastrous impact on the male’s body. A study of more than 400 people showed that one in ten men has an extramarital affair, because sex with his wife is turning into a schedule routine. And four out of ten even admit that the attempts to have a child have contributed to significant problems with potency.

With a decreased number of sexual contacts and increased strain on the man, the South Korean experts emphasize the damaging impact on potency, observing the behaviour of couples trying to conceive for a year. This proves the fact that the state of stress in male testosterone falls associated with libido due to cortisol hormone. In this regard, the researchers do not advise to practice ‘sex on a schedule’ for more than three consecutive months, advising couples to have sex 1-3 times a week.

Potency & obesity

Along with the main reasons for reducing the potency falls sedentary lifestyle, the behaviour that is so characteristic in societies of developed countries. The connection between obesity and erectile dysfunction is known since the days of the Byzantine Empire, where it was thought that a man with a big belly doubtlessly has problems in bed.

According to current statistics, males suffering from obesity are 25 times more likely to have problems with potency, than those who are not burdened by excess weight. Furthermore, obesity is becoming a cause of qualitative and quantitative sperm problems (which in bad case scenario may even lead to infertility).

Why obesity causes impotence?

Why obesity causes impotence?

Subcutaneous fat produces female hormones – estrogens, so there’s a direct correlation between

Initially, the body tries to deal with this situation and produces more male hormones, but soon exhausted the source of androgens and the man is losing its way. Excess female hormones cause the transition of the body (e.g., male breast enlargement occurs, the voice becomes higher). In addition, obesity leads to poor blood circulation, affecting the nervous system, which can also lead to metabolic diseases of various type. Thus, virtually any obesity form is tightly interrelated with lipids or proteins metabolism issues.

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Insulin resistance and potency

Insulin resistance and potency

In men, a decrease in potency is the first sign of high insulin level in blood or insulin resistance, in which they do not want anyone to admit, even to themselves. Erection is a complex and subtle psycho-somatic mechanism of insulin resistance when it first goes down. By the way, in women, insulin resistance may also leads to various psychological and physiological problems.

The long chain of events may lead to serious problems of psychological nature. On the one hand, increased insulin ruins the appearance. When muscles disappear and get substituted by fat, it is very difficult to feel sexy and desired, both males and females can be ashamed to undress, in bad cases they are not enjoying sex. On the other hand, in women with increased production of insulin and insulin resistance fungal diseases often develop.

Pain, itching, discomfort, make it impossible to release the sexual act. Medications, candles and ointments help in the short term prospects, but it all starts over and over again, bringing the pain on. Because of the misunderstandings the relations between the partners can be spoiled, leading to argues and quarrels. It often happens that the problem of elevated insulin and insulin resistance is observed in both partners. In such cases, both of them may be glad to refrain from activity, and as a result, many couples live without sex for weeks and even months.

Diabetes makes it all complicated

According to statistics, erectile dysfunction manifests itself in diabetic patients during the first ten years after the diagnosis is made. It is known that blood sugar affects the most important functions of the human organism. In diabetes, excess blood sugar above certain values leads to severe complications: renal failure, vascular disease and etc. If the disease for some reason is already there, the ‘classic’ set of diabetes complications is highly likely to be replenished with erectile dysfunction.

The mechanism of occurrence and duration of erection is influenced by complex processes occurring in the body: the state of the autonomic nervous system, the condition of blood vessels, levels of testosterone and etc. In the complicated stages of diabetes, the nervous system(diabetic neuropathy) and blood vessels (diabetic micro and macroangiopathy) are affected as well, and the second type of diabetes is reduced testosterone levels. In addition, some drugs are used to treat diabetes, in turn, may cause ‘drug impotence’.

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