Erectile dysfunction: How to restore close relationships

Erectile dysfunction can also put at risk relationships of the couple. However, sex is not the only way to keep intimacy with the partner. There are different ways to maintain warm and healthy relations and not all of them involve sex. Here are the tips: Talk about your feelings: communicating your feelings and concerns will make you closer. An open dialogue with a partner about your needs and worries can ...

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8 approved but dangerous food additives

Food additives can be found in food only after numerous studies and only when they are considered safe. However, in some cases even approved substances can be dangerous for our health. Sodium nitrite Food additive E250 is nitrite salt and is used as antioxidant. It helps to preserve nice pink color of meat. Sodium nitrite also has antibacterial properties, it kills botulinus toxin. However, in excessive amounts sodium nitrite is toxic. A ...

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Erectile dysfunction and diabetes

It was found that 35%-75% of men with diabetes suffer erectile dysfunction or impotence to some extent in their life. Men suffering diabetes have a higher risk of developing erectile dysfunction 10-15 years earlier.  With age erectile dysfunction becomes more common. At the age of 50 and over, 50%-60% of men with diabetes are at a risk for erectile dysfunction. At the age of 70, the risk of erectile dysfunction is ...

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A source of true Vitamin A: liver is better than carrots

From our childhood we remember that Vitamin A (essential for adequate development, good vision etc.) is found in vegetables like carrots, bell pepper, pumpkin, sweet potato etc. The truth is that all these vegetables contain only the precursor to Vitamin A, carotenoids. We need to be consuming other foods to get the daily norm of Vitamin A. Retinoids vs. carotenoids The most important fact about vitamin A is the difference between ...

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Erectile dysfunction: What to start with

Day 1: We are here to help you. Your doctor diagnosed you with erectile dysfunction. It sounds terrible but this is not the end of the world. The good news is that the quality of your sexual life may even become much better. You can be referred to urologist, a specialist who manages such conditions, to have lab tests. The doctor may also prescribe you Viagra or a similar medication. Whatever ...

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