Impotence Natural remedy without medication or prescription pill

Impotence (the medically preferred name is erectile dysfunction) can be classified simply under two headings. Psychogenic Impotence: that is, mental; or Organic Impotence: that is, due to some form of physical problem. Organic impotence becomes more common as men get older.

Natural medication for impotence natural remedy
There are many natural herbs and remedies that help impotence. These include Tongkat Ali herb, catuaba, avena sativa, fased musli, fenugreek extract, Tribulus Terrestris herb, maca extract, mucuna extract and Yohimbe herb.

A natural way to enhance sexuality and remedy problems


It improves blood flow, sensation, stamina, and sexual urge within a few days of use. Some people may notice the effects within a few hours, for others it may take a week or two. There are two versions with, and without, yohimbe.
The herbs in this mix are Muira Puama, Tribulus, Catuaba, Cnidium, Tongkat ali, and Yohimbe and Ashwagandha.
 

 

 

I am 28 years old and healthy but one year ago I experienced a lot of stress due to personal and professional problems. Since that time I have been experiencing impotence. At this point in time, I have dealt with my problem and I no longer suffer from stress yet my impotence persists. Sometimes I can have an erection sometimes I canīt, my libido decreased a lot. Can passion Rx help me overcome this? Will it make me dependant on it? I havent taken any drugs for this problem
   If you have impotence, it is impossible to predict a person's response to a medicine or herb or herbal combination. Many people find Passion Rx to be very helpful, others find it to work even better when alternated with Prostate Power Rx, and still others prefer individuals herbs such as tongkat ali, mucuna pruriens, Horny-Goat-Weed, catuaba, etc. We have not seen dependence develop.

Is saw palmetto a natural impotence remedy?
   Perhaps to a small degree, but saw palmetto is not a potent aphrodisiac.

I have been suffering from impotence problem. I also take a number of supplements to help with inflammatory arthritis. I wondered if any of them could be to blame for the impotence problem so did some research on google. It appears turmeric and B12 are both scavengers of nitric oxide, a major chemical involved in erections. Could these two things be worsening my impotence problem?
   We do not think curcumin or vitamin B12 are causing the impotence problem.

I am a 27 year old man leaving in South Africa, with a very serious impotence problem. I have erections every morning, but when i must be intimate, I get very very week erections, close to nothing (flacid). I would like to tryout passion rx, for it consists of natural herbs, I've looked for it in Pharmacis but it seems like they know it, is it Globaly available, if so where is South Africa can i get it? if not please help me out on which procedures to follow or the safer way to order it from overseas (USA) please.

I'm from Bangladesh, i have 100 gram mucuna pruriens and 100 gram Tribulus terrestris powder (our local market its available: ginseng, safed musli, mucuna pruriens and Tribulus terrestris etc powder ) last 10years I do weekly of 3 times Masturbation. thats y i m sexually very loser and my penis soft erected. my girl friend unhappy so please advice to me what i do and how its eating.

Impotence statistics
An estimated 18 million American men suffer from impotence. Dr. Elizabeth Selvin of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore found the overall prevalence of impotence was 18 percent. The prevalence of impotence differed substantially by age, from a 5 percent prevalence in men between 20 and 40 years of age to a 70 percent prevalence in men 70 years or older. There was a high prevalence of impotence in men with diabetes, high blood pressure, a history of heart and vascular disease and other cardiovascular risk factors. The prevalence of impotence was about 50 percent in men with diabetes. Even after controlling for other key risk factors for impotence, diabetic men were more than three times as likely to have impotence compared with non-diabetic men. Men who led a sedentary lifestyle were also much more likely to have impotence than men who led a physically active life. The American Journal of Medicine, February 2007.

Hormonal reasons for Impotence
Low levels of androgens, such as testosterone, are a major component of impotence. Testosterone levels decline about 1 percent each year in men, which may contribute to erectile dysfunction with aging. Testosterone also declines with age in women leading to a decrease in female libido. Women who have had surgical removal of the ovaries notice a drop in sexual interest. Replacement of androgens can be helpful in those with age related erectile dysfunction. Testosterone is available by prescription only. An over the counter hormones, such as DHEA, converts into testosterone and thus has a positive influence on impotence. Pregnenolone is another over the counter hormone that may increase testosterone levels and thus improve impotence. Many herbal aphrodisiacs also have a positive influence on impotence, with some having an effect on hormonal output.

Drug induced Impotence
Drugs that interfere with erectile function include some anti-hypertensives, SSRIs (like Prozac), sedatives, and beta-blockers. SSRIs cause erectile dysfunction mostly due to their effect on serotonin metabolism. Serotonin has an inhibitory effect on erectile function and sexuality.
Losartan is a used as an angiotensin II receptor antagonist.
   Some chemicals involved in the human sexual response include dopamine, acetylcholine, and nitric oxide. All these three natural chemicals and others can be manipulated n the treatment of
impotence. Alcohol's negative affect on sex drive increases with age.

I have read a web site using maca herb coupled with Cialis as an erectile dysfunction treatment. Has any study results revealed that this impotence treatment is effective with those who suffer high blood pressure and are taking high blood pressure meds such as beta blockers, Lisinopril, and hydrochlorothiazide.
    We are not aware of any studies that have evaluated the combination of maca or other sexual herbal supplements in the treatment of impotence in combination with prescription medications for blood pressure or other purposes.


Impotence and Medical conditions
Certain medical conditions cause impotence or reduce libido, performance, or enjoyment. These include hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, obesity, peripheral vascular disease, neurologic disorders, and insomnia. Sitting on a bicycle too long. Men who log several thousand miles a year on their mountain bikes suffer scrotal damage that could reduce their fertility or cause impotence.

Impotence and Cardiac Patients
Impotence is common in cardiac patients and shares the same risk factors - smoking, hypertension, hyperlipidemia and diabetes mellitus. Sexual activity is not unduly stressful to the heart and, providing patients are properly assessed using established guidelines, sexual intercourse can be enjoyed without increased risk. Impotence in asymptomatic patients may be a marker of silent vascular disease or increased vascular risk factors and should alert the physician to the need for cardiac risk screening.
   Physical fitness positively influences sexual desire and performance.

Impotence in older men
A third of older men have
impotence and the problem only gets more common with age. The good news is that there are many things men can do to reduce their risk of impotence. The figures come from a survey of nearly 32,000 men, 53 to 90 years of age, who participated in the Health Professionals Follow-up Study. The results are reported in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Dr. Constance G. Bacon, from Harvard School of Public Health, and associates found that 33 percent of the men reported erection problems in the previous 3 months. Moreover, for each decade beyond 50 years of age, overall sexual function, desire, and orgasm frequency decreased sharply. Physical inactivity and obesity had a lot to do with impotence. Men who ran for at least 3 hours per week or engaged in a similar amount of exercise were 30 percent less likely to have erectile dysfunction than men who barely exercised at all. Similarly, non-obese men were 30 percent less likely to develop these problems than obese men, the researchers note. Other "risk factors" for impotence included smoking, drinking alcohol, and watching television. Annals of Internal Medicine August 5, 2003.
   Comments: Diet also plays an important role in reducing the risk of impotence. We recommend eating lots of healthy, organic vegetables and adding fish to the diet.

Research
The etiology of impotence and contributing factors in different age groups in Turkey.
Caskurlu T. Sisli Etfal Training and Research Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey.
Int J Urol. 2004.
The aim of the present study was to determine the pathophysiological factors which cause impotence, as well as the risk factors in different age groups in Turkey. Methods: A total of 948 patients with erectile dysfunction who were admitted to three andrology clinics were evaluated in terms of etiological factors. They underwent a multidisciplinary diagnostic evaluation. Erectile dysfunction was classified as primarily organic, primarily psychogenic, mixed or unknown in etiology. Results: Psychogenic impotence was diagnosed in 65.4% of the patients and organic impotence was diagnosed in 34% of patients overall. In patients under 40 years, the rate of psychogenic impotence was 83% and the rate of organic impotence was 17%, but in the patients over 40 years, the rate of psychogenic erectile dysfunction was 40% and the rate of organic erectile dysfunction was 59%. The causes of organic impotence were identified as arteriogenic erectile dysfunction, 40.5%; cavernosal factor (venogenic) impotence, 10%; neurogenic impotence, 12%; endocrinologic erectile dysfunction, 1.8%; mixed type impotence, 11%; and drug induced impotence, 4%. Our data represent a higher ratio of impotence in patients under 40, which are mostly psychogenic, This finding potentially results from local social and cultural differences.

A third of older men have impotence and the problem only gets more common with age. The good news is that there are many things men can do to reduce their risk of impotence. The figures come from a survey of nearly 32,000 men, 53 to 90 years of age, who participated in the Health Professionals Follow-up Study. The results are reported in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Dr. Constance G. Bacon, from Harvard School of Public Health, and associates found that 33 percent of the men reported erection problems in the previous 3 months. Moreover, for each decade beyond 50 years of age, overall sexual function, desire, and orgasm frequency decreased sharply. Physical inactivity and obesity had a lot to do with impotence. Men who ran for at least 3 hours per week or engaged in a similar amount of exercise were 30 percent less likely to have erectile dysfunction than men who barely exercised at all. Similarly, non-obese men were 30 percent less likely to develop these problems than obese men, the researchers note. Other "risk factors" for impotence included smoking, drinking alcohol, and watching television. Annals of Internal Medicine August 5, 2003.
   Comments: Diet also plays an important role in reducing the risk of impotence. We recommend eating lots of healthy, organic vegetables and adding fish to the diet.
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