Levitra and Erectile Dysfunction Information Guide

Obesity and Erectile Dysfunction

According to a study by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), obesity and smoking are strongly associated with a greater risk of erectile dysfunction (ED). Obesity and an inactive lifestyle are also among the key risk factors that place men at increased risk of Erectile Dysfunction.

The results of this study show that obesity is linked to a higher risk of the development of ED among previously healthy men with healthy sexual life. The researchers also found that regular physical activity decreases the risks of Erectile Dysfunction. These results also suggest that ED and coronary heart disease may share many of the same risk factors thus encourage men to follow a more healthy lifestyle to live a normal, healthy sexual life.

The relationship between Erectile Dysfunction and obesity has many other factors involved. Body image plays a significant role in the psychology of erection. Low self esteem from being overweight affects confidence in achieving the normal erection.

What to do if you are obese and having Erection problems?

By bringing healthy changes to your life style, you can defeat Erectile Dysfunction. Recent research has demonstrated that a 10% initial weight loss can bring positive changes to your life including the associated Erectile Dysfunction being gone away.

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