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Regular exercise may improve your ED. Choose exercises that you enjoy and will make a regular part of your day. In addition to reducing the risk of ED, exercise also can help you manage stress. Check with your doctor before starting any exercise program.
Next: Kick the Habit
Smoking can cause circulatory problems throughout the body, including erectile dysfunction, while drinking excessive amounts of alcohol can cause blood pressure to decrease to the point where achieving and/or maintaining an erection becomes impossible.
Next: Lose Weight
Carrying excess weight can have a negative effect on sexual function in many ways. Losing those extra pounds can improve the function of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels - often leading to a relief of ED symptoms.
Next: Check Your Medications
Erectile dysfunction can be a side effect of many common medicines. Some of these medicines may include blood pressure drugs, antihistamines, antidepressants, tranquilizers, and appetite suppressants.
Next: Talk To Your Doctor
The most common cause of erectile dysfunction is damage to the nerves, arteries, smooth muscles, and fibrous tissues -- often resulting from a disease. Talk with your doctor to see if it’s possible that a medical condition might be causing your ED, and what you can do to improve your symptoms.
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Effective ED Treatment

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