I want to talk about Erectile Dysfunction, commonly referred to as ED, is the inability to achieve and sustain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse. I have a couple of great resources below that can help you if you are suffering from ED.
According to the National Institutes of Health, approximately 5% of 40-year-old men and between 15% and 25% of 65-year-old men experience ED on a long-term basis.
Failure to achieve an erection less than 20% of the time is not unusual and treatment is rarely needed.
Failure to achieve an erection more than 50% of the time, however, generally indicates there is a problem requiring treatment.
If you happen to experience ED every once in awhile (20% or less), then I have a couple of great resources for you.
Video instructions on how to do Kegel exercises. Kegel exercises strengthen the bulbocavernosus (Bulbospongiosus) muscle. This important muscle does three jobs: it allows the penis to engorge with blood during an erection, it pumps during ejaculation, and it helps empty the urethra after urination.
Even if you don't experience any signs of ED, Kegel exercises are still great to do so that you can strengthen your muscles. Strong pelvic muscles can translate to lasting longer which means more pleasure!
David Shades' Program on how to overcome ED, PE, and DE without pills, shots or potions.
I had asked around my “expert circles” for a good resource that will help with ED and about 7 people recommended David's program.
Now, I don't have ED. So I can't completely provide a testimonial for this resource. I can, however, provide a testimonial for David and I know that he would never create anything that was not amazing quality.
NOTE: This link will take you a sales video that will tell you all about David's program.
I know that ED is a real thing and that having any symptoms of ED can drastically affect your sex life and your overall psychological state.
Hopefully, these resources help!