Erectile dysfunction is the failure to get or keep up erection.Erectile dysfunction can be an indication of a physical or mental condition. It can cause pressure, relationship strain and low fearlessness.
3 Lifestyle Habits That Can Boost Your Sex Drive
1. Get plenty of exercise
2. Eat a healthy diet
Arteries clogged with saturated fat don’t bring as much blood to the genital area for arousal purposes. Hence the correlation between heart disease and erectile dysfunction.
But excess weight also messes with your hormones. “Obesity can shift the balance between estrogen and testosterone,” says Michael Krychman, MD, executive director of the Southern California Center for Sexual Health and Survivorship Medicine in Newport Beach, Calif. And low testosterone can bring down your sex drive.
Nutrition counts too. For example, an iron deficiency can lead to fatigue, which in turn can lead to low libido. (Eat your broccoli!)
3. Manage your stress
How about a simple vacation? How about communicating with your partner?” suggests Irwin Goldstein, MD, director of San Diego Sexual Medicine and editor in chief of The Journal of Sexual Medicine. “People are overworked and stressed, and they translate their overworked, stressed lives to a lousy sex life.”