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Friday, October 09, 2009

What ayurveda says about alcoholism

According to ayurveda the diseases which cause erectile dysfunction are "Hritpaandurogatamakakaamalashrama..." - Heart diseases , anemia , asthma , liver disorders , tiredness .Apart from these the imbalance in tridoshas also cause impotence or erectile dysfunction. Ayurveda texts indicate that little quantity of madya or alcohol help to increase libido, hard erection and prevent premature ejaculation. But consuming this in large quantity destroys human body and his sexual life . When addiction develops to alcohol it affects liver and interferes in blood circulation. The triglyceride level increases and reduce the inner space of arteries. This leads to reduced blood circulation to genital area which leads to low erections.Read Complete article by David Buster at http://www.ayurveda-increaselibido.com/Links/addictions.html

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Saturday, April 05, 2008

Do Cigarette Smokers With Erectile Dysfunction Benefit From Stopping? A Prospective Study

Do Cigarette Smokers With Erectile Dysfunction Benefit From Stopping? A Prospective Study
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/55831.php
UroToday.com - Cigarette smoking has been identified as a strong risk factor for erectile dysfunction (ED.)
The authors of this study have attempted to identify whether smoking cessation reverses ED in men who previously smoked cigarettes.
They studied men with ED who entered a nicotine replacement program for smoking termination. The men studied had no risk factors for ED other than smoking. Degree of ED was categorized by the erectile function domain
(EFD) score of the International Index of Erectile Function. Patients completed the IIEF on entry into the nicotine replacement program and one year later after cessation of smoking or after one year of continued
smoking. There were 118 men who stopped smoking after the nicotine replacement program and 163 men who continued to smoke.
After one year off cigarettes, ED status improved in 25% of the ex-smokers and none of the men who continued to smoke. ED status worsened in 3.4% of the ex-smokers and 6.7% of those who continued to smoke. The authors conclude that smoking cessation can result in reversal of ED "in a considerable percent of smokers."
Posted By.Dr.Krishna.R.S ayurveda health care for men

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