Not the end of sex
Erectile dysfunction (ED) doesn’t have to be the end of your sex life. As many as 30 million men in the United States are affected by erectile dysfunction, reports the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. It often responds well to lifestyle changes, medications, surgery, or other treatments.
Even if your efforts to treat erectile dysfunction are unsuccessful, you and your partner can still enjoy physical intimacy and a satisfying sex life.
communication is the key
Communication with your partner is most important tool for satisfying your sex life. Especially when dealing with erectile dysfunction issues or other issues.
Talk openly about your desires and your fears. If you suffer from erectile dysfunction or a low libido, your partner may worry that you are no longer attractive. It is important to reassure and support each other.
Don’t be afraid to ask for help. A good sex therapist can help you and your partner solve problems together and improve your sex life.
Try to calm down
Anxiety is one of the main causes of erectile dysfunction. In some cases, this may play a bigger role than physiological issues. If you’re worried about not being able to perform and have fun in bed, you won’t be able to enjoy it. It is a cycle of self-realization.
Try not to focus on your erectile dysfunction when you get intimate with your partner. Instead, enjoy your time together. Deep breathing exercises can help you relax. Massage techniques can also bring simple pleasure and relaxation through touch. The more relaxed you are, the more prepared you are for a fulfilling and stress-free sexual experience.
Remember when you and your partner started dating? Remember what it was like to explore each other’s likes and dislikes?
Please try to remember those days together. Kiss and laugh and experiment. Step away from the clock and have fun together. It’s okay if you need more touching and stroking to achieve excitement. You might like the extra foreplay and be more in tune with your partner than ever before.
Avoid unhealthy habits
Certain lifestyle habits can make erectile dysfunction worse. To manage erectile dysfunction and enjoy a healthy sex life:
- stop smoking
- avoid heavy alcohol consumption
- Avoid illegal drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and amphetamines
Certain medications can also contribute to erectile dysfunction, including antidepressants, antihistamines, blood pressure medications, pain relievers, and medications for Parkinson’s disease. If you think your erectile dysfunction is related to your medications, talk to your doctor about alternative medications and other treatment options. Don’t stop taking medicine without talking to them first.
lose weight and exercise regularly
Obesity contributes to erectile dysfunction for many men. Losing unwanted pounds and exercising regularly can improve your sex life.
A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that regular exercise and a low-calorie diet can help treat erectile dysfunction in obese men. Regular exercise can also improve cardiovascular health, muscle strength, and general well-being, which can contribute to a healthy sex life.
Certain types of exercises can be particularly helpful. Scientists from the journal Sexology report that pelvic floor exercises can help treat erectile dysfunction. These “Kegel exercises” can also help treat urinary and bowel incontinence, or “dribble”.
play with your partner
You may be able to orgasm without being able to maintain a strong erection. Even without intercourse, you and your partner can enjoy great sexual pleasure – all it takes is a little creativity.
Mutual masturbation helps you and your partner learn what you like. You can also use sex toys, such as vibrators, to stimulate each other. Both manual and verbal stimulation can be a lot of fun and satisfying.
And remember, sex doesn’t have to stay in your bed – you can get intimate while watching a sexy movie or playing a daring board game. Venture out and enjoy!
Do not give up
For most people, physical intimacy is an important part of a happy and fulfilling sex life/relationship. It is possible to have fulfilling sex without being able to maintain an erection.
In some cases, the doctor may prescribe drugs or other treatments to treat erectile dysfunction. For example, erectile dysfunction can be a warning sign of heart disease.
Managing your overall health and practicing good communication with your partner are key to having a truly satisfying and lasting sex life., find creative ways to meet each other’s needs.
Getting an erection sufficient for sexual activity depends on arousal and desire, whether or not you are taking erectile dysfunction drugs. Conflicts and dissatisfaction in intimate relationships can adversely affect libido, arousal, and ultimately erectile function.
Treat mental health problems
Anxiety, stress, and depression can lead to erectile dysfunction. In a small study, 31 men with newly diagnosed erectile dysfunction received tadalafil (Cialis) alone or tadalafil following an 8-week stress management program. At the end of the study, the group that participated in the stress management program had significantly better erectile function than the group that took tadalafil alone.
Mindful meditation, yoga and exercise reduce stress and anxiety. You can also see a therapist who can help you manage anxiety and depression. Some drugs can suppress sexual function, but drugs can also relieve anxiety and depression.
What ED drugs are available?
In addition to Viagra, other erectile dysfunction medications available in the United States include Avanafil (Stendra), Tadalafil (Cialis), and Super Vilitra Vardenafil. All of these improve the blood supply to the penis. Combined with sexual stimulation, the drug can produce an erection sufficient to initiate and terminate sexual intercourse. There is also a fast-dissolving Levitra called Staxin, which is placed under the tongue.
An erectile dysfunction drug, Extra super Vidalista (Cialis), is FDA-approved for daily use in doses of prescribed by your doctor. This allows you to get an erection when needed and also helps relieve urination problems such as difficulty urinating due to an enlarged prostate.
How do erectile dysfunction pills work?
Erectile dysfunction drugs produce an erection sufficient for intercourse in about 70% of men. However, there are individual differences in the results. Men with nerve or artery damage from prostate surgery, diabetes, or cardiovascular disease do not respond as strongly to ED medications.
How fast does the erectile dysfunction pill work?
The speed at which the drug begins to work is from 15 to 60 minutes. Both Viagra and Levitra are ineffective when taken after meals and interfere with absorption. However, neither Cialis nor Stendra interact with food in this way. The start time determines when you can have sex. Stendra and Cialis for daily use are the closest thing to an “on-demand” erection pill. Using others takes more planning.