Common and Not-So-Common Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

There are many causes of Erectile Dysfunction – There’s nothing to be ashamed of. While sexual impotence is typically associated with aging, the condition isn’t limited to older men. In fact, a recent study published by the Journal of Sexual Medicine reported that 1 in 4 men presenting with erectile dysfunction (ED) were under the age of 40. ED is defined as difficulty having an erection at least 50%…

Is Male Menopause real? Yes – and it’s called Andropause

It’s true – Male Menopause is called Andropause. Men often experience hormonal changes as they get older – but is it really fair to compare it to menopause? According to the Mayo Clinic, “Female menopause and so-called male menopause are two different situations.” While there are some parallels, the difference between what some doctors refer to as “andropause” and menopause are dramatic. In women, hormone production…

Seeking to Improve Sexual Performance at Any Age

More young men are seeking to improve sexual performance. The Journal of Sexual Medicine published a study suggesting that a quarter of men presenting with erectile dysfunction were under the age of 40. In addition, many younger men who don’t suffer from ED may have simply lost a step or two in the bedroom. Regardless of a man’s age or performance level, shockwave treatment has revolutionized sexual performance enhancement in…

10 Tips to Enhance Men’s Sexual Health

We are sexual creatures. We come from sex and we love with sex, so sex is very important. This makes it troubling that at least half of American men experience some sexual dysfunction. Below are 10 Tips to Enhance Men’s Sexual Health. Sex is complicated in its psychodynamics, but it is also complicated from a physical aspect. Having an erection, maintaining one, or ejaculation problems…

SwissWave vs GAINSWave

SwissWave vs GAINSWave – how do they work? Both are Shockwave Therapy devices which bring drug-free, pain-free results. The data from independent studies includes findings that recipients of shockwave treatment enjoy benefits for “at least 3 months” after the procedure. A separate study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that 91% patients who benefited from the therapy maintained improvement after 12 months. And separate clinical observations by…