Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Health problems

Erectile dysfunction can be observed every fifth man and be the first symptom of future cardiovascular diseases. These findings came after doctors three new studies erectile dysfunction.
In a 2000 survey of American men conducted by researchers at the University of California Los Angels found that 6.5% of men aged 20 to 30 years old suffer from erectile dysfunction. At the age of 75 years and over these men have already ¾. The main thing to remember, to avoid health problems need time to see a doctor, who will pick up your good health drugs.
Erectile dysfunction - is often repeated lack of erection or the presence of weak erection, insufficient for the sexual act. Mean while, because of the intimate nature of the problem is difficult to estimate how many men her face.
Obesity, high blood pressure, smoking and diabetes, the researchers identified as factors that increase the risk of erectile dysfunction. It was also discovered that for Latin American men the risk of erectile dysfunction is almost twice that for whites. For this reason, in the U.S. from this problem may suffer more men than in Britain, where Hispanics are much smaller.
Two other studies have shown the link between sexual problems and the availability of chronic diseases. Scientists suggest that Erectile dysfunction can be a kind of warning from the body that will soon appear in humans and other health problems.
The research scientists from the University of Chicago hospital found that men with erectile dysfunction may suffer more severe forms of coronary heart disease than not having problems with potency. Men suffering from erectile dysfunction are more likely to occur heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure.
Scientists say that analysis and monitoring of sexual function may be useful in determining the degree of risk in patients suffering from coronary heart disease.

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