The P-shot Is a Drug-Free Way to Treat Erectile Dysfunction
The more men in Arizona understand erectile dysfunction, the more you will know about the best ways to treat ED.
It is not something that most men like to talk about, but if you have erectile dysfunction, you are certainly not alone.
Nearly 40% of men ages 40–70 have trouble achieving or maintaining an erection.
A lot of men are under the mistaken impression that ED is a psychological or emotional problem.
It is not. Erectile dysfunction is a physical condition whose primary cause is poor blood flow to the vessels in the penis responsible for getting and maintain an erection.
Here are five other things that every man needs to know about ED.
ED and Heart Disease Share the Same Root Cause
Men with heart disease are much more likely to suffer from Erectile Dysfunction. Why? Because the two conditions are related in their origins. Cardiovascular disease – the number one cause of stroke and heart attack – is caused by a buildup of plaque in the arteries, reducing blood flow to the heart and impairing the functioning of blood vessels. Healthy blood flow is also necessary for erectile function.
ED Can be a Warning Sign of Other Medical Problems
Because of its connection to blood flow, erectile dysfunction can be an early warning sign of heart disease or other medical problems. If you have ED, you could be at great risk of heart attack or stroke. Erectile dysfunction could also be a sign of high blood pressure or diabetes. High blood sugar can damage blood vessels and nerves responsible for erectile function.
Some Medications Can Cause ED
Sometimes the cause for your Erectile Dysfunction may be in your medicine cabinet. There are several common medications that can lead to erectile dysfunction. Diuretics (water pills) used to treat high blood pressure have ED as a side effect, as do:
- Antihypertensives (high blood pressure drugs).
- Parkinson’s disease drugs.
- Antiarrhythmics (drug for irregular heart action).
- Muscle relaxants.
- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
- Histamine H2-receptor antagonists.
- Chemotherapy medications.
- Prostate cancer drugs.
- Anti-seizure medications.
Do Not Be Ashamed or Embarrassed to Talk to Your Doctor
Men should not be embarrassed to talk to their doctors about erectile dysfunction. This is true not only because erectile dysfunction could be a warning sign of a more serious medical condition but because, today, we have more options than ever to treat ED. Men do not have to accept a less than desirable sex life due to erectile dysfunction. There are many treatments available, and some that do not require any medication at all!
Your Lifestyle Choices Can Impact ED
How you live, particularly how you eat, could influence your risk of developing erectile dysfunction. Eating a “heart-healthy” diet designed to lower your risk of heart disease can also lower your risk of erectile dysfunction. You can lessen your risk of ED by:
- Getting regular exercise
- Avoiding junk food
- Eat more veggies and whole grains
- Get enough sleep
- Reduce your consumption of alcohol
- Quit smoking
- Avoid recreational drug use
There Is a Better Way to Treat Erectile Dysfunction!
Now that you know five things you may not have known before about erectile dysfunction, the number one thing all men should learn is about how to treat it!
If you think that drugs or surgery are your only options for treating ED – think again!
To learn more about drug-free, surgery-free, alternative treatments for erectile dysfunction, you need to look no further than The Original Health Institute.
Suppose you have tried any of the popular ED medications and have been dissatisfied with your results or cannot take oral ED meds because you have high blood pressure or other medical conditions. In that case, we offer men proven alternative ED solutions.
Oral ED drugs only treat the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. Our solutions go right to the source of erectile dysfunction – poor blood flow!
We provide one of the only treatments for erectile dysfunction that was developed to go right to the cause of erectile dysfunction impaired blood flow due to aging blood vessels of the penis. It is known as the P-shot.
The Priapus Shot (P-Shot) uses Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). After a simple, pain-free injection, the PRP in the P-shot stimulates the growth factors in your own blood to increase blood flow to the penis, resulting in stronger, harder, and bigger erections, and in some instances, enhancing length, girth, and an overall more youthful appearance of your penis.
Our medical director is Dr. Boris Schwartz. He is a recognized expert in regenerative medicine. Throughout his career, Dr. Schwartz has sought out and provided proven methods that challenge the way conventional medicine looks at aging. He is dedicated to providing the very best in evidence-based regenerative medical protocols and advanced technologies to help patients live longer, healthier, and more satisfying lives.
“I had ED, but because I have high blood pressure and diabetes, oral ED meds were out of the question for me. I thought, ‘that’s it, I’m out of luck, my sex life is over.’ That was until I met Dr. Schwartz and his staff at Original Health. The P-shot was like a miracle, I saw immediate results, and I’ve no more trouble in the bedroom, and Dr. Schwartz is even helping me make lifestyle changes to better manage my high blood pressure and diabetes! Thanks, Original Health!” – Larry L., Phoenix, AZ
All of our drug-free ED treatments are safe for men with heart disease, high blood pressure, or diabetes! Contact us at (602) 788 4333 today for more information!