Experienced by male erectile disorder could affect his sex life. Now a vitamin contained in breakfast cereals like porridge can help overcome the severe problem of impotence in men.
New research shows high doses of niacin or vitamin B3 known as could improve the performance of men who experience severe impotence. Researchers from the Chinese University of Hong Kong believe that niacin can increase blood flow to the pelvic area.
In this study, volunteers taking 2-3 capsules niacin 500 mg daily for 12 weeks and reported a significant improvement in their sex life compared with volunteers who took placebo pills.
This is because niacin can help reduce levels of harmful fats that clog the main arteries in the body, then the niacin consumed can reduce cholesterol deposits in the main artery in the pelvic vessels allowing more blood flow to the genitals.
Some foods known to contain rich in niacin such as cereals, meat, fish, eggs or milk.But the amount of niacin needed is also high, reaching 1500 mg per day.
Some cardiologists believe that erectile problems are an early sign of the strong presence of heart problems but are undiagnosed. These conditions make the blood vessels in the pelvic congestion due to poor diet, smoking and lack of exercise.
In some clinics cardiology estimated 60 percent of heart attack patients suffer from problems of sex drive for 5 years before he became ill.
The study, published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, showed that men who consume niacin showed large increases. These results are measured using the system of the International Index of Erectile Function which measures the ability to obtain and maintain an erection.
“Any drug that can help erectile dysfunction deserve to be further investigated. But it must be remembered that any erection problems should be fully assessed medically to determine the exact cause, so that any treatment given must be based on medical recommendation,” said Dr. David Edwards, sexual medicine experts from Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, as quoted from Dailymail, Tuesday (08/16/2011).
So far there are few known treatments to treat impotence such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra, while certain people choose treatment by injecting drugs directly into the penis, or using a pump to increase blood supply to the organ.
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