One Simple Tip to Beat ED Without Pills
By: Matt Cook, Co-Founder MaleHealthCures.com
I was so sick of being humiliated. I never knew when my penis would get hard, or when I’d experience a problem getting an erection.
Worst was when I’d penetrate her and we’d be having intercourse and then I’d go soft while inside.
I’d be thinking, is it going down now? It was 90%, now it’s 85%, what’s happening to me?
I got so tired of thinking of my erections all the time.
But it was all I could think about.
At work I’d look at what other guys were doing, and I’d think to myself, I doubt they have this problem.
Since I got my problem fixed, I discovered that millions of guys have this problem to varying degrees.
40% of guys over 40 have erectile dysfunction.
But the biggest lie is that this is inevitable. That guys just end up this way.
I have discovered that men don’t need to have erection problems. And they don’t need drugs either in most cases.
What really causes erection difficulties
It’s not getting older, being too young, or anything like that.
What it is is desensitization. I had a guy I work with draw it out in these terms:
ED is a communication problem between brain and penis.
It’s not all in your head.
It’s real, and a clinician could see it on a brain scan. It isn’t “psychological” although that is part of it.
What fixes ED is what fixes the cause.
ED is caused by desensitization. And I discovered how to fix the desensitization that causes ED and it made it all go away.
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Penile sensitivity and erectile dysfunction, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00926239308404903#.VFOqy_TF_Zc
Oxytocin injected into the ventral tegmental area induces penile erection and increases extracellular dopamine in the nucleus accumbens and paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus of male rats, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1460-9568.2007.05721.x/abstract?deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=&userIsAuthenticated=false
Several studies have looked at the prevalence of ED. The Massachusetts Male Aging Study1 reported a prevalence of 52%. The study demonstrated that ED is increasingly prevalent with age. At age 40, approximately 40% of men are affected. The rate increases to nearly 70% in men aged 70 years. The prevalence of complete ED increases from 5% to 15% as age increases from 40 to 70 years.1 Age was the variable most strongly associated with ED.