We all know that cardio workouts are great for your heart. Pilates does wonders for your core. Weightlifting helps with your strength. Yoga is good for your mental health. But, did you know that there are exercises (several, in fact) that can help you with erectile dysfunction, and improve your sex life in general?
It should be no surprise as erectile dysfunction is usually a physical or medical issue, so why wouldn’t some exercises help with that? Of course, this does not mean to throw out your prescriptions to PRZ-Tadalafil (the generic for Cialis) or PRZ-Sildenafil (the generic for Viagra) right now. (If you’ve been prescribed these pills by a doctor, consult your doctor before making any change). But what this does mean is that there is much more you can do for the health of your erection than you might have originally thought.
That’s good news as the number of cases of men with erectile dysfunction continues to grow. A recent study shows that 30 million men in America alone suffer from erectile dysfunction, and a reported 322 million men worldwide will experience ED by the year 2025. Twenty-five percent of men under the age of 40 are among these cases. This makes ED one of the top men’s health issues.