Markers for Disease

Weak Erections may be a marker for more serious disease. Research results recently released state that week erections (also referred to as impotence or erectile dysfunction ) may be an early warning sign of heart disease, and other conditions. Dr Willie Jordaan, managing director of Mens Clinic International, the largest group of specialist male sexual health clinics in South Africa, said today that in a study of men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction, recently undertaken at the Minneapolis He...
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Woman & Erections

The Woman And Weak Erections "My husband thinks I'm unattractive…" "He's gone off me…" "He's having an affair…" Erection failure is one of the most misunderstood issues in any relationship. It is the cause of extreme frustration and anxiety in women, and a common cause of relationship tension or marital failure. Whilst most men will never talk openly about this problem, erectile dysfunction is an extremely common condition. The Massachusetts Male Aging Study, one of the most comp...
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The Aging & Elderly

The Effect Of Weak Erections On The Aging And ElderlyWeak Erections( also known as Erectile Dysfunction) are a pervasive problem, and is present in men of all age groups. However, as a man ages, the prevalence of weak erections increases significantly. The Massachusetts Male Aging Study reports that whilst the prevalence of erectile dysfunction in men aged forty to fifty years old is around 30%, this figure increases to 75% amongst men aged 70 and older. What is also pertinent is that the preval...
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Warning Signs

Weak Erections An Early Warning Sign Of Underlying Heart DiseaseWeak erections also known as impotence or erectile dysfunction, may be an early warning signal of underlying cardiac or kidney disease. Dr. Willie Jordaan, managing director of Mens Clinic International , the largest group of erectile dysfunction clinics in South Africa, says that around 65% of men with heart disease will have erectile dysfunction. In fact, erectile dysfunction is often a symptomatic presentation of a large number o...
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Aphrodisiacs

Aphrodisiacs are substances that arouse sexual desire or enhance sexual performance. For many centuries there has been a search for substances that could increase a person's sexual powers or desire. Among the many substances that have been claimed to have such an effect are oysters, ginseng root, powdered rhinoceros horn, animal testicles, and turtles' eggs. There is no evidence that an actual aphrodisiac response occurs with these or any other substances. Just how certain foods or other substan...
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Keeping Healthy

What you can do to keep yourself healthyThe following steps are recommended to help you live longer and live better:1. Understand the "male approach" to health. The first step is to learn about common male feelings of fear, embarrassment, and above all, invincibility. Educate yourself about male health problems. Before you can help yourself you need to learn about male specific health concerns.2. Share what you learn with your partner. The fact is, some men need to be prodded along to pay attent...
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Stress Management

Other than a pounding headache, stress can affect almost every part of your body, and with significant short and long term effects. Stress as a condition, is the reaction of the mind and body to a stressor. Stress is any event, which is powerful enough to affect the way you normally function from a deadline at work to the death of a friend. It is essential to follow a comprehensive stress management routine. Stress disorders may be classified as shown below - if you recognise any of the...
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Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is a malignancy that develops in the prostate gland, a gland that is important for the proper function of the male reproductive tract. Cancer of the prostate is the most common cancer among American men affecting about one in five men during the course of a lifetime. Although incidence increases with age, this cancer can occur in younger men as well. This form of cancer very often occurs even without symptoms. What is the prostate? The prostate is a walnut-shaped glan...
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The “G-Spot”

Many people have heard all sorts of stories about the mysterious G-spot and its supposedly magical effects on women and their orgasms. The reality, alas, is a little more down-to-earth. Drs. John Perry and Beverly Whipple named the "G-spot" in honour of Ernst Grafenberg, a German physician who, in the 1950s, wrote an article that mentioned "an erotic zone on the anterior wall of the vagina along the course of the urethra that would swell during sexual stimulation." However, the G-spot was cit...
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