High Blood Pressure is Associated with Erectile Dysfunction and Decreased Libido
High blood pressure affects almost one in four adults in the United States. What many men don't realize is that hypertension (high blood pressure) is associated with high blood pressure and decreased libido. In addition, high blood pressure medication often also causes erectile dysfunction as well. Although these medications may cause ED, it is necessary to continue with prescribed drugs since high blood pressure is associated with heart disease and strokes.
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How does high blood pressure affect my body?
As a result of high blood pressure, the increased pressure puts an strain on your heart and all your body's organs. In addition, changes in blood flow impacts your brain, organs and even your fingers and toes. Consequently, all your body's organs and tissues are stressed, blood vessels narrow and body functioning slows down. In fact, over 30% of men with hypertension experience erectile dysfunction.
How does hypertension cause erectile dysfunction?
When you are aroused, blood flow increases to the penis and results in a strong, healthy erection. As a result of high blood pressure, you blood vessels narrow and you develop arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). Due to these effects, the blood flow to the penis during arousal is significantly slowed down resulting in ED.
Can high blood pressure affect my sex drive?
Not only does hypertension cause problems getting and maintaining an erection, but in addition, it can decrease your libido as well. Libido, your sex drive, is different from ED. To explain, erectile dysfunction is the physical inability to achieve and maintain a hard enough erection for penetration. Your libido is the desire and mental arousal to want to have sex. In other words, you can have plenty of desire, but the plumbing just doesn't work and you can not get an erection. In contrast, you can physically be able to get an erection, but you have no desire to have sex. This is libido, your sex drive. Testosterone, the male sex hormone, driving your desire for sex. As a result of decreased body blood flow associated with high blood pressure, delivery of testosterone throughout your body decreases as well. Therefore, due to decreased testosterone levels your sex drive, as well as performances, decreases.
How can Simply Men's Health RejuvaWAVE® shockwave ED treatments help?
Since high blood pressure is common, as a result many men experience problems in the bedroom due to the effects on the circulation. Before, the only solution was Viagra and pills. Although these pills may help at first, they eventually stop working since they don't treat the underlying cause. Simply Men's Health RejuvaWAVE® shockwave therapy treats and reverses the underlying causes. In particular, this acoustic shockwave therapy reverses the narrowing of blood vessels and stimulates the regeneration of new healthy blood vessels and nerve tissue. As a result, RejuvaWAVE® restores healthy blood flow and helps you regain a spontaneous, active sex life again. Since the introduction of RejuvaWAVE® in 2015, there are now many shockwave therapies such as B pulse, Rejuvapulse, Gainswave. But RejuvaWAVE® was the first and is the gold-standard for ED shockwave treatment.
In addition, Simply Men's Health has a number of ground-breaking PRP and Stem cells therapies to enhance the effectiveness of the ED Shockwave therapy. Furthermore, we can treat testosterone hormone imbalance with our bio-identical needle-free hormone replacement. Also, we have customized ICP pharmacotherapy with a 98% success rate. We guarantee results from ICP on your first visit or the visit is free. Call us at 561-459-5356 for a free consultation with one of our physician experts. One visit can change your life!