I believe that sexual health is an important part of overall health and needs to be addressed. Improving overall health will address the causative issues above. By addressing the root causes and not simply the downstream effect there is a better chance of RESTORING (not just placating) your natural sexual health and ensuring that you need the least amount of medications and interventions possible while achieving the best outcomes.
An interesting article confirming this as a great approach to increase your sexual health.
Losing weight, eating better, getting more active, drinking less alcohol and getting better sleep can all help reverse problems that contribute to impotence, according to a new study published recently in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Erectile dysfunction and low sexual desire are often linked to the development of heart disease. The researchers discovered that a large proportion of men were able to naturally overcome erectile dysfunction with heart-healthy changes — no pharmaceutical help necessary.
What’s more, focusing on lifestyle change helps ensure an overall healthier and longer life, the researchers added.
Source: Health Day Contribution from Gary Wittert M.D., David B. Samadi, M.D.,