After using this, 126 men had their erections restored fully
A new rule to increase testosterone and LOWER estrogen (increases erections in men)
Many men are trying to raise their testosterone, thinking that it will give them amazing erections…
But most men are disappointed and confused when those erections don’t come back.
And it’s all because of too much estrogen…
You see, testosterone is like fire and estrogen is like water.
A man can raise his testosterone levels and make the fire bigger, but his body will make more female estrogen hormone to put it out again.
Researchers call this aromatization. Testosterone turns into estrogen.
That’s not good for men…
But can you prevent testosterone from being turned into estrogen?
It’s all natural, and you get to eat pizza and drink beer too, so what could be better than that?
This new sleep aid could fix penile problems
Do you wake up with erections in the morning?
Morning wood usually shows that the body is working properly and that blood flow to the penis is good…
But sometimes men wake up gasping for air instead of with an erection.
It’s called sleep apnea and it can only be diagnosed with sleep analysis devices.
New research shows that obstructive sleep apnea is associated with erectile dysfunction and general sexual dysfunction.
CPAP devices provide mild positive air pressure when sleeping.
These devices can treat obstructive sleep apnea by preventing the airways from closing.
The researchers examined the effect of CPAP devices on sexual function in men with chronic obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.
These researchers conducted their human study at the Department of Urology, Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Eşrefpaşa Hospital, Turkey. They published the results in the Journal of Urology.
The study enrolled over 100 men with a diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.
“In this study, 126 patients with suspicious diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome were enrolled prospectively.”
(“Suspicious diagnosis” is a medical term that just means they’re pretty sure but not 100%.)
The aims of the study:
- Find the relationship between sleep apnea and sexual dysfunction.
- Determine the effect of CPAP on sexual dysfunction and other factors related to obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.
“…to determine the presence of sexual dysfunction in men with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome and then after CPAP treatment.”
The men completed a broad range of questionnaires designed to examine their sexual function as well as quality of life, bladder function, and lower urinary tract symptoms.
The men filled out the questionnaires again three months later after completed three months CPAP treatment.
“The same forms were filled in the third month of treatment by the patients directed to CPAP treatment obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.”
Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome was associated with worse scores in almost all of the questionnaires.
Sleep apnea was associated with sexual dysfunction and erectile dysfunction.
“There were significant differences in IIEF according to sleep apnea severity.”
The IIEF is the standard questionnaire doctors and researchers use to assess erectile dysfunction (International Index of Erectile Function).
The researchers also found a very strong relationship between erectile dysfunction and quality of life.
“Among the factors affecting the quality of life, there was strong correlation between erectile dysfunction and quality-of-life measures.”
Three months of CPAP led to improvements in all areas measured.
“After CPAP treatment, significant changes and improvements on these symptoms and overall quality of life were observed.”
CPAP led to significant improvements in most measures of sexual function.
“CPAP treatment significantly improved scores of orgasmic function, sexual desire, intercourse satisfaction, and overall satisfaction…”
After three months, over 40% of the men were cured of erectile dysfunction.
“Erectile dysfunction disappeared in 42.6% of the patients after 3 months CPAP treatment.”
Excessive nighttime urination was another common complaint in men with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome… Over 40% of the participants reported repeated nighttime urination.
CPAP led to complete eradication of excessive nighttime urination after three months.
“Nocturnal polyuria was observed in 42.6% of patients with moderate and severe OSAS, but no patient had nocturnal polyuria after CPAP treatment.”
There was a great improvement in lower urinary tract symptoms in general after CPAP treatment.
“The severity of lower urinary tract symptoms differs according to the severity of sleep apnea – and CPAP treatment greatly improves these conditions.”
The effect on sexual function may be due to the impact of sleep apnea on sex hormones.
And that is something that was previously investigated.
“The relationship between sleep apnea and sexual dysfunction may be related to low sex hormones due to dysfunction caused by sleep apnea.”
Another interesting relationship discussed in the paper is the connection between cardiovascular risk, erectile dysfunction, and sleep apnea…
“Cardiovascular risks and endothelial dysfunction are high in patients with both sleep apnea and erectile dysfunction.”
Fixing sleep problems can save your sex life (and your life).
You should always consult a healthcare professional about treating and diagnosing health problems.
Drink sugary sodas and fix diabetes? Huh? Here’s the full story that will shock you about sugar’s role in FIXING diabetes.
High blood sugar does not cause diabetes.
It is the result of having diabetes, not the cause of diabetes.
Think about a house on fire. Whenever you see a house on fire, you see fire trucks. But we know firefighters put fires OUT…
It’s the same with high blood sugar.
High blood sugar is actually a way for the body to DEAL WITH diabetes, to PUT OUT the internal “fires” that diabetes causes…
High blood sugar itself is a SYMPTOM of diabetes…
And that’s why lowering blood sugar with pills is almost never a good idea.
Instead, we have to get rid of the CAUSE of diabetes…