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Treating Sexual Dysfunction and Low Sex Drive

June 15th, 2014

Balancing your hormones provides a better solution to sexual dysfunction and low sex drive than popping a pill.

About 30 million men are suffering from sexual dysfunction and low sex drive. And that’s only the ones who have come forward to get help for their condition. Many more men may be suffering in secret, too embarrassed to talk to their doctors about sexual problems.

What Causes Sexual Dysfunction?

Many different factors can impede a man’s ability to achieve and sustain an erection or experience a satisfying orgasm. In many cases, a physical cause is being exacerbated by a mental one. For example, a man might be on an anti-depressant or other medication with side effects that impede sexual performance. Once this is experienced a few times, the man might become so stressed and worried about his ability to perform sexually that it becomes even more difficult to do so. Alcohol abuse, obesity, poor nutrition, and smoking are other examples of physical problems that can affect sexual desire and performance.

Another possible cause of sexual dysfunction is age-related hormonal change, aka andropause. Low testosterone in particular can cause low sex drive, diminished orgasm, and erectile problems. Often, low testosterone goes hand in hand with elevated estrogen, which is a known killer of male sex drive.

Treat the Cause, not the Symptom

In today’s quick-fix culture, the idea of taking a pill to solve sexual dysfunction issues is very appealing. However, this is often not the safest or most effective option over the long term. For example, one common sexual dysfunction medication, Viagra, comes with 9 potentially serious side effects including damage to the penis, vision loss, and hearing loss. Plus, it also has 9 potentially dangerous drug interactions, and there are at least 14 health conditions that would prevent a man from taking the drug for safety reasons.

Andropause treatment, on the other hand, goes to the root of the problem to provide a safer, more effective solution to age-related sexual performance problems. When testosterone, estrogen, and other relevant hormones are in a healthy balance, men naturally see improvement in the quality of their sexual experience. It will take 3 to 4 weeks for this to happen, but once this level is reached men can continue to enjoy heightened sexual experience and pleasure for as many months or years as they wish to continue treatment.

Best of all, bringing hormones into balance will do much more than just improve sexual performance. It will also improve other aspects of a man’s health and well-being, including mood, energy levels, mental sharpness, and even heart health.

If you’re suffering from sexual dysfunction or low sex drive, don’t suffer in silence. Instead call Renew Man™ for expert help and support.

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