I think it’s paramount that men are mindful of their sexual health, specifically with the assistance of a loving partner, or when engaging in casual sex with non-committed partners.
Men can stay healthy sexually by exercising regularly, remaining weight/height proportionate, having a consistent sex life, eating right, and limiting consumption of alcohol, particularly before having sexual relations. There are several physical advantages that come about as well, not to mention the emotional connection that improves the quality of sex. When a male in their sixth decade of living finds himself no longer interested in sex, it is an indication that he’s no longer able to sexually perform. It doesn’t have to be a permanent effect, though.
Virginia Urology Center’s urologist, Dr. Tony Sliwinski, claims that erectile dysfunction is a rampant disease believed to impact 50% of men between the ages of 40 to 70. Those are shocking numbers, especially considering that men can resolve the situation with information, and not pills.
Anecdotal, But a Fact
50% of boomer men are unable to perform sexually, and that number matches the aforementioned stat.
According to the article, “4 Reasons Why Soft Penises Are Underrated”, author Pamela Madsen revealed that men were capable of having healthy sex without an erection. She believed that there was more to sex than just screwing, and recommends that all boomer males find pleasure from other areas besides their penis. Madsen says that, to maintain their sexual health, men must look beyond both sexual and physical issues.
Erectile Dysfunction Medication
Boomer men should talk about decreased sexual ability with their physicians to rule out any serious health concerns as the cause. As long as there are none, if you’re in a monogamous relationship, consider the use of ED pills.
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