The link between ED and Heart Disease Has Been Well-Documented
There is a definite link between erectile dysfunction and heart disease.
The causes of erectile dysfunction and cardiovascular disease have something in common – poor blood flow. Several studies have shown that if a man has ED, he has a greater risk of having heart disease. For instance, in one study, 57% of men who had bypass surgery and 64% of men hospitalized for a heart attack also had problems with ED.
Another study found that having ED can predict that a man will probably have heart disease symptoms within five years. In fact, having ED is as much a risk factor for heart disease as a history of smoking or a family history of coronary artery disease. Why is this? Because the root cause of both conditions is “clogged arteries” or poor blood flow.
We have long known that the incidence of ED increases with age. We now know why. While lifestyle and other factors indeed play a role, most instances of “age-related” ED are the result of plaque buildup in the arteries that supply blood to the penis.
As men age, the vessels in the penis weaken, contract, and fill with micro-plaque. This is remarkably similar to the buildup of plaque in the coronary arteries that can lead to cardiovascular disease. In the case of the vessels that supply blood to the penis, the damage results in men having a harder time getting and maintaining an erection.
The decrease in blood flow also causes the penis to lose sensitivity, which not only impairs erectile function but also makes it more difficult for a man to achieve an orgasm or to obtain another orgasm soon after climax.
The arteries that supply the blood necessary for good erectile function are not just in the penis. There are a series of arteries starting in the pelvis that supply the blood necessary for a good quality erection.
The good for ED suffers is that we know treatments available that do not just address the symptoms of ED – like oral ED meds – but that go right to the cause of ED – poor blood flow!
What Every Man Should Know About Treating Erectile Dysfunction!
Drugs or surgery are no longer your only options for treating ED!
If you have tried any of the popular ED medications and have been dissatisfied with your results, or if you cannot take oral ED meds because you have high blood pressure or other medical conditions, The Original Health Institute offers men proven alternative ED solutions.
Oral ED drugs only treat the symptoms of ED. Our solutions go right to the source of erectile dysfunction – poor blood flow!
The revolutionary, drug-free, surgery-free ED treatments we offer include:
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.
GAINSWave – The GAINSWave is the latest ED treatment to hit the market. This proprietary procedure utilizes pulsed, or waved energy, to increase the flow of blood to the penis. The gentle, painless waves open up old, blocked blood vessels, as well as stimulate the growth of new blood vessels in the 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.
“Dr. Boris Schwartz is the best ED doctor there is. He is attentive, knowledgeable, skillful, and understanding. Sorry if this sounds over the top, but I thank God every day for Dr. Schwartz, and so does my wife!” – Stephen C., Scottsdale, 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!