Don’t let erectile dysfunction send you to an early grave

Gentlemen, this one is for you. Doctors have long known that erectile dysfunction in midlife can be an early indicator of cardiovascular disease, but somehow that information isn’t getting passed onto patients like you.

Don’t stay in the dark about erectile dysfunction, because it’s not just a problem “down there.” According to a new study from the University of Mississippi, men with erectile dysfunction are over 70 per cent more likely to DIE prematurely!

Here are five things you can do to improve your erectile function — and combat heart disease at the same time:

1. Quit smoking
2. Lose weight
3. Manage your diabetes
4. Reduce your blood pressure
5. Get more exercise

I also recommend that my patients take a potent sequence of three natural ingredients – L-arginine, Pycnogenol and red ginseng (sometimes called Korean ginseng or Panax ginseng), which together are a safe combo that can give you stronger erections.

Each one of the ingredients works in its own to get the blood flowing throughout the body, including the penis. But when taken together, this combination leads to a 90 per cent improvement in erectile dysfunction, studies have shown.

So, if you are experiencing erectile dysfunction, take it as a serious warning sign and see your doctor. With a healthy lifestyle, better eating habits, and moderate exercise you can improve your risk for an early death, and improve your sex life.

Wishing you the best of health,

Dr. Glenn S. Rothfeld
Editor
Nutrition & Healing
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Sources:

“Men with heart disease don’t know risk of erectile dysfunction,” Reuters, Dec. 31, 2015

“Men suffering with erectile dysfunction 70 percent more likely to die prematurely,” UK Express, Dec. 31,2015

Treatment of erectile dysfunction with pycnogenol and L-arginine, published online,

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12851125

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