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This shower trick restores strong, long-lasting “rockiness” in men
Picture it… you step out of the shower in a cloud of steam…
Just as your wife or girlfriend is walking into the bathroom…
She sees you and she gasps…
Because you’re sporting the kind of “rocky one” that you could hang your towel on…
More than 58 men say THIS reversed their “rockiness” problems
Ultrasound is a classification of sound waves above the frequencies that humans can hear.
Animals such as bats and dolphins use ultrasound waves to navigate and find food.
For a long time, ultrasound has been used in medicine (imaging technology).
But in the last decade, researchers are finding ultrasound useful in treating even more medical conditions.
And one of those conditions is “rockiness” problems.
After a series of successful experiments on animals, researchers have moved on to human trials.
And those trials are turning out to be rather successful.
These researchers conducted human research at a number of Chinese research facilities including the Peking University First Hospital in Beijing. The journal Translational Andrology and Urology published the results.
The researchers were investigating low-intensity pulsed ultrasound.
This is a low-powered energy treatment. The parameters are such that it cannot cause tissue damage.
“Low-intensity pulsed ultrasound is a form of pulse ultrasound that is delivered at an intensity lower than 3 W/cm2. The energy is delivered in a pulsed fashion to reduce the thermal effect of ultrasound that might induce local tissue damage.”
This type of energy therapy has generated a lot of interest over recent years.
Low-powered pulsed ultrasound therapy (LIPUS) can lower inflammation and accelerate recovery.
“Previous studies have demonstrated that LIPUS has beneficial effects for connective tissue regeneration, inflammation control, and neovascularization.”
Prior research has shown that the ultrasound treatment can improve “rockiness” in rats with type 2 diabetes.
“In our previous study, a novel low-intensity pulsed ultrasound therapeutic device has been shown to improve erectile function non-invasively in a diabetic-induced erectile dysfunction animal model.”
So the researchers were keen to see the effect of the treatment in men.
120 men with “rockiness” problems were recruited at five Chinese medical centers.
The men were split into two groups – with 80 and 40 men in each group.
One group of 80 men underwent the low-intensity pulsed ultrasound treatment.
“Patients were randomized into a sham-treated control group (40 patients) or a LIPUS-treated group (80 patients).”
The treatment was carried out for 10 minutes per session.
The men went through two sessions per week and the study ran for a total of 12 weeks.
Another group of 40 men went through a fake/sham treatment.
“ LIPUS or sham treatment was applied to both sides of the penis shaft and crus for 5 min in each area, twice a week for four weeks.”
The effect of the treatment was evaluated through a number of well-tested questionnaires that look at “rockiness” problems and other sexual performance factors.
The study found that two-thirds of the men saw improvement in “rockiness” with the LIPUS treatment.
“The response rate in the treatment group was 67%, which was significantly higher than the control group (20.00%) at 12 weeks.”
The percentage of men reporting successful intercourse increased throughout the study.
After two months, the amount of men reporting successful intercourse was twice as high in the treatment group.
By 12 weeks, almost three-quarters of the men in the treatment group reported successful intercourse.
“The percentage of patients with successful intercourse were 59%, 64%, and 73%, at four, eight, and 12 weeks after treatment.”
The percentage of men reporting successful intercourse in the non-treated group remained around 30% for the 12 weeks of the trial.
As expected, there were no reports of adverse effects from low-intensity pulsed ultrasound therapy.
“No treatment-related adverse events were found, including local petechia or ecchymosis and hematuria.”
Ultrasound therapy looks to be a safe and effective way of treating many cases of “rockiness” problems.
“Current study indicates that LIPUS can safely and effectively treat patients with mild to moderate erectile dysfunction without significant adverse events.”
Previous animal experiments even showed that ultrasound therapy can reverse the structural problems that often cause “rockiness” problems.
“LIPUS can restore the pathological changes of the corpus cavernosum.”
This treatment was carried out in a clinical setting.
But these types of treatment devices can be used at home.
“LIPUS can be delivered using a portable system that can be easily applied in the comfort of patients’ homes. Potential LIPUS in other therapeutic application such as stress urinary incontinence could be expected in the near future.”
You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.
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