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Exercise helps erectile dysfunction  – Study

New research reveals that keeping fit plays an important role in solving erectile dysfunction. Those who exercise have been found to have better erectile and sexual function.

Physical activities  as a cure for erectile dysfunction were randomly researchers. Between 2004 and 2013, 505 men, aged 43 to 69, were part of an experiment to determine the role of exercise in treating erectile dysfunction.

292 of the men were asked to complete aerobic exercises while 213 men were told not to exercise. The experiment was measured using the International Index of Erectile Function.  Men who exercised had more points than those who didn’t.

According to Dr. Landon Trost, Head of Andrology and Male Infertility at the Mayo Clinic Rochester, USA, “it showed exercise should have a role in the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

“The results show that exercise can also be used alone or in combination with erectile dysfunction medications.”


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