Cardiovascular risk factors are commonly associated with erectile dysfunction. How true it is. Just gone through the news letter and found one article in which it is said that these ed drugs and these are prescribed medicine. But question is that how these drugs are associated with cardiovascular risk factors? Please highlight comments in this topic as it is very great and new topic.
Impotency affects about one quarter of american men by the age of 65, and there is no cure. Erectile dysfunction, particularly in young men, may be an early warning sign of heart disease and stroke. Cardiovascular risk factors such as diabetes, smoking, high blood pressure and low hdl cholesterol were more common among those who had erectile dysfunction.
Exercise is the best solution because exercise not only helps fight heart disease, but for sedentary people, just adding a little exercise to your daily routine reduces the risk of high blood pressure, osteoporosis, breast and colon cancer, depression, anxiety and stress.
Hi philip, yes american men are most consious about their potency now these days. This rate of impotency has been increasing rapidly day by day. Apart from heart disease, the diabete have come in light which is most common reason for men's impotency and many american do not know that they have diabetes. Thes sites are really informative. All the side effects are also mentioned there.