Because erectile dysfunction is often related to poor blood flow, take steps that improve your cardiovascular health. Here are some suggestions to try:
Control your blood pressure, cholesterol level, and medical conditions like diabetes, and don't smoke.
Avoid alcohol and recreational drugs that may reduce sexual desire or affect your ability to maintain an erection.
Discuss side effects of medications with your doctor. Some drugs, especially those used to treat high...
If anxiety or stress is causing your ED, it may help to talk to a professional therapist.
Life-changing problems or even everyday stress can trigger erectile dysfunction. Talking about these things with a licensed therapist can ease sexual anxiety and help you feel more confident in your relationship.
Usually you’ll only need a handful of sessions. You may want to include your partner, as well.
ED medicines can be pills, drugs inserted into the tip of the penis, or injections into the penis.