5 worst blood pressure treatments for men

I’d avoid these if you can — and don’t be afraid to show this to your doctor

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Warning about blood pressure treatments

Matt Cook here, and disease states which are usually reversible lead to the narrowing and tightening of blood vessels.

This changes blood flow – restricting its movement around the body.

Inadequate blood flow starts every part of the body – including the penis.

When blood flow becomes more difficult, the body increases blood pressure to try and force more blood to the muscles and organs.

This is one of the reasons why high blood pressure is associated with poor rockiness.

It’s not blood pressure that causes the problem – blood pressure is just a side-effect.

That’s a topic for another time – I have covered it in detail in my newsletters.

But there is another factor that can cause penis problems…

It seems that the treatments commonly used to treat high blood pressure also cause poor erections – or make it worse.

At least some of them do…

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The human research was carried out at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. This paper was published in The Journal of Clinical Hypertension.

Rockiness problems and other sexual problems have been linked to both high blood pressure and blood pressure treatments.

This worries doctors and researchers because if these treatments affect your sex life people are less likely to take them.

The optimal solution is to solve the issue causing high blood pressure so you don’t need the treatments…

…not to suppress the symptom with treatments which cause other problems.

“Sexual dysfunction associated with hypertension or antihypertensive therapies may impact the ability of patients to stay on therapy and lead to deterioration in patients’ quality of life.”

This research paper was written to inform doctors about the effects of different blood pressure treatments on sex life…

…so they can recommend treatments that men are more likely to take.

“It is important for practitioners to become familiar with the wide variation in sexual side effects produced by antihypertensive agents and to discuss the potential occurrence of these side effects with their patients.”

Blood pressure treatments can often cause sexual problems – so changing treatments can solve that issue – at least for a while.

“In many cases, a change in the patient’s drug regimen may help patients overcome specific sexual side effects experienced with certain treatments.”

The research involved analyzing a lot of previous studies on different blood pressure treatments.

The authors also looked at lots of reports from men using these treatments.

Numerous studies have shown that men who use blood pressure treatments often report sexual side effects – not good ones.

“… antihypertensive ‘treatments’ increase sexual dysfunction, which has an impact on quality of life.”

But some blood pressure treatments seem less harmful to libido and sexual performance.

One blood pressure treatment called losartan actually seemed to improve the sex life of men with high blood pressure.

“Losartan is not typically associated with development of sexual dysfunction and may actually positively impact several indices of sexual function as well as perceived quality of life.”

A number of human studies showed that losartan actually improved rockiness, sexual satisfaction, and frequency of sexual activity in men.

Blood pressure treatments like losartan might actually improve sexual function – quite the opposite of most blood pressure treatments.

“Thus, angiotensin II antagonists like losartan may offer a therapeutic option to prevent or correct ‘penile’ dysfunction in patients with hypertension.”

Losartan lowers blood pressure by acting on an enzyme called angiotensin II.

This enzyme also affects the ability to get rocky.

Losartan changes how the penis handles blood flow.

(Something called tumescence and detumescence.)

“The favorable effects of these agents on sexual function may be related to their ability to block angiotensin II, which has recently become recognized as an important mediator of detumescence and ‘penile’ dysfunction.”

You should always work closely with your doctor regarding your treatments.

If you’re having these problems your doctor might be interested in changing your treatments to one which has fewer side effects.

I think the best solution is to reverse the problems causing poor blood flow in the first place…

Because these problems are the root cause of high blood pressure and erections problems.

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5 worst blood pressure treatments for men

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I’ve discovered 5 Big Pharma blood pressure treatments that are hurting the heart, hurting the pancreas, the kidneys, killing rockiness, and even causing cancer…

And though it seems crazy, the truth is not all treatments are safe, despite doctors giving them out.

And it’s not the doctor’s fault… it’s the companies who make these treatments!

Like Novartis, the makers of Valsartan…

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They’re facing a class-action lawsuit for this popular blood pressure treatment because it contains ingredients that can cause cancer!

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And believe it or not, there are so many more Big Pharma companies doing the same thing…hiding dangerous side effects…

So do me a favor and check your bottles real quick…

These are the top 5 Big Pharma blood pressure treatments to avoid (and I’ll give you a better, more natural alternative for each one)


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Sexual dysfunction in patients with hypertension: implications for therapyhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12461307/