Here’s an interesting bit of news:
Frequent sexual intercourse may cut down on a man's chances of developing erectile dysfunction, Finnish researchers report.
"This is the same as any other part of the body. It's what we in vascular surgery refer to as the 'use it or lose it's concept," said Dr. Hossein Sadeghi-Nejad, an associate professor of urology at UMDNJ New Jersey Medical School Hackensack University Medical Center. "Sexual activity will promote maintenance of normal erectile function down the line."
The report was published in the July issue of The American Journal of Medicine.
ED or Erectile Dysfunction, is one of the most common sexual disorders in men. 1 out of 10 men in the US, or a total of 30 million men -are suffering from ED. Also, the likelihood of this medical condition increases with age, and it starts for those who are aged 40 to 65.
Sure, we may already have Viagra and other medical solutions for such a problem -but it’s great to know that all our hubbies and boyfriends have to do is “exercise those muscles” to cut down their chances of developing ED.
What do you say, ladies, does this sound like GOOD** **news or what? ;)
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