Have you ever heard that nut could improve men’s sexual health? Yes, at first I never had listened this new, no one had told me that. But today I had find a passage from worldhealth website- Nuts May Help To Improve Sexual Function In Men.
So do you really know men’s sexual health? Sexual health is an important part of life, especially to men. For men, there are a number of sexual health issues that can interfere with a satisfying sex life, including erectile dysfunction, problems with ejaculation, infertility and others.
1. Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is the most common male sexual health problem. It is the inability to get an erection or to maintain it long enough for satisfying sexual activity. Surgeries involving prostate cancer, smoking, certain medications and the use of alcohol or drugs may cause ED. Other reasons also cause ED, like stress, depression, relationship issues, physical, psychological, interpersonal, and social factors. However, ED can be treated with pills, injections into the penis, or devices. But for men, you should avoid from getting ED.
2. Difficulties on ejaculation
Men have sexual problems will have risks of getting premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, or the inability to experience orgasm upon ejaculation (anorgasmia).
3. Influence male infertility
Many factors can contribute to male infertility, including low sperm production, anatomical abnormalities, testicular trauma and genetic or immunological diseases, among many others. Determining the exact cause of infertility involves a thorough physical evaluation, lab tests, imagery and semen analysis. The physicians at the Men’s Health Center, as well as the Center for Infertility and Reproductive Surgery at BWH, are experts in evaluating and treating male infertility.
4. Low testosterone
Low androgen / testosterone levels are referred to as hypoandrogenism and low estrogen as hypoestrogenism. These are responsible for the observed signs and symptoms. Hypogonadism can decrease other hormones secreted by the gonads including progesterone, DHEA, anti-Müllerian hormone, activin, and inhibin. In men, testosterone falls approximately 1 to 3 percent each year.
5. Inhibited Sexual Desire
Inhibited sexual desire-reduced or lost interest in sex. Reduced libido can result from physical or psychological factors. It has been associated with low levels of the hormone testosterone. It also may be caused by psychological problems, such as anxiety and depression, medical illnesses, relationship difficulties and so on.
For men, if you find your these problems, see your doctor and get treatment immediately. From now on, start to quit smoking, limit your alcohol intake, change relationship with your partner, deal with your mental illness.