In a new study published in the British Journal of Urology, findings showed that men who take ten or more medications were 60% more likely to encounter sex related problems than those who didn’t. As we all know, in today’s day and age a lot of us have a tendency to take medications for ailments both real and perceived. These can have a detrimental effect on our sex life.
Having said that, make sure that you never ever discontinue taking any medication that has been percribed by your doctor without his explicit consent. It is more important to sit down with your doctor and discuss the possibility of reducing the medication or perhaps changing it, especially if you are facing some sort of erectile problems.
Another thing that you can do which can improve your health in general and may also lead to a reduction of the medicine intake is to make changes to your daily lifestyle, i.e incorporating a light exercise routine and healthy eating habits in your day to day life. Doing this will automatically help reduce the risk of erectile dysfunction and make you healthier especially if you suffer from high blood pressure, diabetes and heart problems; all of which contribute to the onset of erectile dysfunction.
Again it is vitally important to start your exercise and diet changes under strict professional medical supervision so that you know that your health is not at risk. You should also consult a qualified sexologist if you continue to suffer from erectile dysfunction so that he can study your medical history and recommend the appropriate medication and exercises.