His 9-year study of 600 men who at the start of the study had no impotence problems found that those who kept exercising or took up exercising at middle age reduced their risk of impotence. Taking other healthy actions at mid-life such as quitting smoking, losing weight or cutting back on drinking further reduces the risk of impotence.
Men should remember Working two miles a day, even if you start at mid-life, can maintain your sexual health without drugs.Yes, it works It works because exercise improves blood flow through your blood vessels and keeps things clear. The penile blood vessels give early warning signs of heart artery disease, when impotence shows up, due to a slow-down of the blood flow. Exercise keeps the blood flowing and prevents impotence in the same way it prevents heart attacks.
Why men must walk A man should walk because the activity level needed to improve the blood flow amounts to two miles of walking at a brisk pace per day - about half an hour walk a day. Or a jog or other exercise that burns 200 calories and increases the heart rate. However, avoid biking as it has been shown in some studies to increase the risk of impotence due to blood flow restriction from the bike seat.
If you are a woman reading this article, let me tell you that you should make your man walk. Tell him the reason, if you can't get him to accompany you on your daily walks; maybe this will get him moving! Sex is motivating!
And my male readers, I hope you will prefer walking instead of popping up those expensive pills. Walk! It's free and will do good in many other ways.
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