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A logical approach to treating erectile dysfunction

November 27, 2012

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Daniel Pendick, Former Executive Editor, Harvard Men's Health Watch

Daniel Pendick is a former executive editor of Harvard Men’s Health Watch. He previously served as editor and chief writer for the Cleveland Clinic Men’s Health Advisor and Mt. Sinai School of Medicine’s Focus On Healthy … See Full Bio
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Viridian Health
January 12, 2013

I think the trick here is to not make everything colourful. Although some of these get away with it.

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December 19, 2012

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Virginia Sparrow
December 13, 2012

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December 11, 2012

Natural Cure for Erectile Dysfunction
There are several forms of treatment based on natural and herbal products.
Natural products useful in combating impotence or erectile dysfunction (DE) promote circulation, although scientists are increasingly inclined to assess hormonal issues, neurological, and psychological, that make this beneficial action.
The truth is that a more detailed education about depression, anxiety and stress, natural remedies provide more appropriate, but today there are already several very commonly used herbal supplements for the treatment of sexual dysfunction by psychological factors such as , St. John’s wort for depression and for anxiety kava kava. But to address the problem in a more direct, is also considered very beneficial to use any natural product that improves circulatory health of a man.
Japanese medicine veyromax also offers solutions including herbs and psychological exercise. They say that a different way of considering sex can lead to cure man’s own body using their psychic. The Japanese suggested erotic massage and meditation on his own.

November 29, 2012

Wow… Has anyone thougth about getting men off the couch and exercising and eating healthy. All that improves circulation which is what ED is about. I have read studies that correlate exercise (or lack of) with ED and also number of hours a week watching TV!

December 28, 2012

Wow…. I watch maybe an hour of tv per week. Just a few minutes in the morning to check the daily weather and stock start. My job involves quite a bit of walking. Sometimes up to ten miles per day. I weigh 183lbs. and am 5’8″. I use a woody and would have a hard time functioning sexually without it. I think the studies you have read are flawed. I would consider the source as well as the funding.

Robert Patrick
November 28, 2012

men health problems like erectile dysfunction are best to be treated by herbal medicines.

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