Dr. Megan Saunders, ND shares what men can do naturally to improve their sexual health and performance. Through natural medicine, men can get the root cause of their erectile dysfunction (ED) and heal whatever is causing it so they no longer have impotence.
The definition of erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve or to maintain an erection 25% to 100% of the time.
Common known causes can range from blood sugar dysregulation, kidney issues, healthy cholesterol deficiency, circulatory issues, prostate health, and stress.
Dr. Megan shares that if the ED came on suddenly to see a doctor so they can rule out nerve damage, cancer or something more serious.
Often ED is easily reversed once the root cause is discovered and the right lifestyle, nutrition and diet changes are made.
Here’s What You’ll Discover:
• Erectile Dysfunction means there is an issue causing it that can be reversed with natural medicine and lifestyle changes.
• Stress can cause erectile dysfunction!
• Emotional issues like conflict at home or work can be a contributing factor to impotence.
• What foods and supplements can help!
• The many root causes that can lead to impotence and what a man can do to get their sexual health and performance back.
Health AH-HA Moment:
A man’s sexual performance is an indicator of their overall emotional and physical health. Through lifestyle changes and addressing the root cause of the problem, men can reverse the problem and get their sexual performance back!
Eat 12 eggs a day, raw or runny yolks to get that healthy cholesterol that is the building blocks of your hormones.
Seek a Naturopathic Doctor to check your blood work and do a physical exam to help determine the root cause of your erectile dysfunction.
Blood sugar issues often lead to erectile dysfunction so cut out sugar and processed food from your diet.
Visit TakeYourSupplements.com to get on supplements that will support your whole body to perform optimally at the cellular level. There are known herbs and supplements that support blood sugar regulation, circulatory strength, and prostate performance.