New Delhi: A new study shows that the real secret to longer lasting sex really lies in your arteries and not just physical desire. "I think many men believe that desire sends a message to the brain and, hey presto, they get an erection. But what men see as a sign of virility is simply an issue of blood flow," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Melbourne endocrinologist Dr Carolyn Allan as saying.
"But it`s now not uncommon to see overweight men in their 20s and 30s who already have high cholesterol and metabolic problems. This means more young men who are at risk of heart disease – and potentially at risk of erectile dysfunction too." Research has found when men lost weight, stopped smoking and lowered their cholesterol levels the problem improved. "It may be that men will need a combination of lifestyle change and erection drugs like Viagra, Cialis or Levitra which work by improving blood flow to the penis," Allan said. Erectile dysfunction could also indicate increased risk of heart disease and undiagnosed diabetes. Although treatments for erectile dysfunction are available through GPs, some men feel awkward about talking to their own doctor and prefer the anonymity of a clinic," she said. "But they should be concerned about a clinic that doesn`t ask questions about their general health." ANI
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