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Underlying Causes of ED

Underlying Causes of ED

by Stephanie Meadows
Erections depend on testosterone, but the relationship between the two is complex and not fully understood. Some men have healthy erections despite testosterone levels well below the normal range. An erection is the result of increased blood flow into the penis. Blood flow is usually stimulated by either sexual thoughts or direct contact with the penis.

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction

by Stephanie Meadows
If you’re struggling with erectile dysfunction, the problem may be more complicated than just low testosterone. Although it’s true that a reduction in the sex hormone testosterone can cause a lack of sexual desire that, in turn, leads to trouble getting or maintaining an erection, there are many causes of erectile dysfunction.

Men Aren't the Only Ones Producing Testosterone - Should You Have Yours Checked?

Men Aren't the Only Ones Producing Testosterone - Should You Have Yours Checked?

by Shearly (SU)
Most people hear “testosterone” and their first and only thought relates to men. After all, it is the most important male sex hormone. Although, what may surprise you, is that women produce testosterone as well. Women produce increased amounts of testosterone during puberty, in the ovaries and adrenal glands, while men produce testosterone in the testes.

Does Hormone Replacement Therapy Help ED?

Does Hormone Replacement Therapy Help ED?

by Shearly (SU)
Many symptoms, both physical and emotional, can result from having low testosterone. And because testosterone is tied to arousal, perhaps the most obvious symptoms for men are a low sex drive and erectile dysfunction, or ED.

National Nutrition Month: What's the Link between Weight Loss and Nutrition?

National Nutrition Month: What's the Link between Weight Loss and Nutrition?

by Bevon Findley (SU)
Started by the American Diabetic Association, the month of march is “National Nutrition Month,” which focuses on overall health, physical fitness, and eating right. Good nutrition has an effect on your whole body. Taking control of your health contributes to your overall well being. Losing weight or maintaining your ideal weight, reduces the risk of chronic illness such as diabetes and heart disease. Eating healthy foods and regularly exercising not only helps you to reach your weight goals, it also keeps your entire body healthier and more energized. When you feel good, you want to continue doing those things, which helps you see the results you want.