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Male sexologist in Nagpur

Male sexologist in Nagpur

Sexologist Doctor in Nagpur

This is an excerpt from recently interview with Dr. Rameez Shaikh, MD. He is consultant Psychiatrist and Sexologist in Nagpur. He is certified sex therapist and Counselor from Mumbai.

Finding the cause and treating it, is  the fastest way to cure erectile dysfunction. The most common causes are hypertension, diabetes, psychological stress and performance anxiety. Erectile Dysfunction is also known as impotence and is defined as inability to maintain rigidity of penis for vaginal penetration.

Injury to the nerves or arteries that govern penile erections. Anti hypertensive, Antidepressants, antihistamines,  and prostate issues, among others. Stress, anxiety, and sadness are examples of psychological conditions.

  1. Balanced Diet.
  2. Daily Exercise.
  3. Sleep regulation.
  4. Weight loss.
  5. Psychotherapy.
  6. Sex therapy.
  7. Stress control.
  8. Stopping Alcohol and tobacco consumption.

Yes Absolutely . With Proper investigation and treatment it can be cured permanently.

Stress at work and at home, financial concerns, deadlines, relocation, and depression are among psychosocial variables that contribute to ED. High blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or low thyroid hormone levels are among medical explanations.

  1. Blackberries. A research found that consuming flavonoid-rich foods on a daily basis lowered the risk of ED.
  2. Watermelon. L-citrulline, which is contained in watermelon, has been shown in animal studies to aid with ED by stimulating blood flow.
  3. Spinach.
  4. Oatmeal.
  5. Pistachios.
  6. Pomegranate juice 
  7. Avocado.
  8. Bananas.

Kegels, or pelvic floor exercises, are the most useful for ED. The muscles at the bottom of the pelvis, notably the pubococcygeus, are targeted in these workouts.

Premature ejaculation might be caused by a variety of biological causes, including:

  1. Hormone levels dysfunction
  2. Neurotransmitter levels dysfunction.
  3. Prostate or urethral inflammation and infection

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