Wednesday, July 10, 2013

What Are The Major Factors Causing Impotence?

Causes of Impotency:

Causes Of ImpotenceImpotency can be caused by several factors including age, medical condition, diabetes, adverse effects of illicit drugs, performance anxiety, depression, cardiac problems, psychological issues, etc. It is always important to consult a healthcare professional about impotency to determine the cause, precise any underlying biological factor, and receive suitable treatment. Poor dietetic choices may also lead to impotency.

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L-arginine is an amino acid that the body utilizes to make nitric oxide, an element signals smooth muscle surrounding blood vessels to relax, which enlarges the blood vessels and increases the circulation of the blood. Relaxation of smooth muscle in the penis allows for increased blood flow, leading to solid erection. L-arginine is found naturally in foods such as fish meat, dairy, and poultry. It is also available as an oral L-arginine supplement.


GinkgoThe herb ginkgo is used for impotency, particularly in people who experience sexual dysfunction as a side effect of anti-depressant medications. It appears to relax smooth muscle and increases blood flow in the penis.


Propionyl-L-CarnitinePropionyl-L-carnitine & Acetyl-L-carnitine were found to advance the effectiveness of sildenafil, and result in improved erectile function, sexual intercourse satisfaction, orgasm, and general overall sexual well-being.


Zinc is called an “essential trace element” because a very small amount of it is necessary for human health. Zinc boosts the immune system. It's specifically important for men because of its role in maintaining prostate health, levels of testosterone and overall sexual health.


AshwagandhaThe herb ashwagandha is sometimes called Indian Ginseng because it is thought to have similar effects on the body. Ashwagandha increases energy, stamina, and sexual function. However, it is effective for impotency in humans.


MacaMaca (Lepidium meyenii) is a root plant consumed as a food and for medicinal purposes. Maca is also known as "Peruvian ginseng” it is used as a folk remedy that increases stamina, energy, and even sexual functionality. It is typically taken as a pill or liquid extract or as powdered maca root. Maca is found to be effective enough for impotency.


TribulusTribulus terrestris also known as “puncture vine” is herb that has been used in the traditional medicine of China and India for centuries. It is found that tribulus heightened sexual behavior and increased intra-cavernous pressure. It is believed to increase the levels of testosterone.


DamianaDamiana is a plant native to Mexico and the southern United States. The dried leaves are used medicinally. The use of damiana as an aphrodisiac is somewhat controversial because there is no scientific evidence that it works and yet it has been widely promoted as a sexual stimulant.

Muira Puama

Muira PuamaMuira puama is a small Brazilian tree that grows across the Amazon River. It has been used by the Brazilian folk medicine as an aphrodisiac from a long time. The root and stem of the tree are generally used for medicine purpose. Muira puama is used mainly as herbal remedy for impotency and sexual dysfunction in men.


  1. An overweight condition reduces testosterone production, and therefore sexual desire. Extra weight makes you feel fatigued all the time and takes your mind off sex. You become inactive and become too lazy to indulge in a sexual encounter.
    Plus, all men like to look at their own chiseled bodies, and when they see something flabby in the mirror, it puts them off. Therefore, all doctors recommend you shed weight if you want to be sexually active.