Besides being a biological need, sexual intercourse is one of the greatest pleasures of life.
You might not think it, but it also has a lot of health benefits. It counts as an effective form of physical exercise, helps lower blood pressure, improves sleep, eases stress, and helps with immune system maintenance.
But in order to engage in sex, we need to be in the right physical condition. Otherwise, we won’t be able to perform the way we want and could risk minor injury.
For males, one of the most common sexual disorders is known as Erectile Dysfunction or impotence. In fact, it affects around 30 million men in the U.S. Erectile Dysfunction occurs when men have difficulties developing or maintaining an erection.
A Quick Review of Erectile Dysfunction
Erections naturally happen when a man is sexually aroused either by mental or sensory triggers.
Arousal makes the penal arteries dilate so that blood flow increases, while making the veins constrict so the blood is trapped in the organ. This is what enables it to stiffen up.
In cases of ED, blood flow to the organ is restricted, making it difficult to grow hard.
But make no mistake; it’s perfectly normal to experience difficulties sometimes. It becomes abnormal when the dysfunction occurs too often or regularly. In these cases, it could indicate severe underlying conditions that should be brought to the attention of a health practitioner.
Common Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction
Because ED affects the blood flow within the penis, the standard and most common treatments focus on natural remedies or better lifestyle habits that improve the health of the heart and vascular system.
Some lifestyle changes you can make to promote vascular health are avoiding smoking, drugs, and regulating alcohol while devoting time to exercise.
But blood flow is not the only root cause of ED. This condition can also be caused by underlying mental and emotional conditions. In these cases, you may need professional help to address issues like anxiety or depression.
Beyond these natural remedies, health practitioners usually prescribe treatments that revolve around oral medications, external mechanical support, and a wide range of therapies. These can include the following:
- Sildenafil Citrate (Viagra)
- Avanafil (Stendra)
- Vardenafil (Levitra)
- Tadalafil (Cialis)
- Vacuum erection device
- Testosterone Therapy
- Alprostadil Medication
But when these have failed, health practitioners suggest more extreme, invasive treatments, like penile implants and vascular surgery.
While these standard treatment options can help alleviate symptoms of ED, it’s important to note that they don’t usually promote long-term healing. In fact, they can actually pose further health damages for patients, on top of the fact that they can be expensive.
Here at Principled Healthcare Solutions, we go beyond merely addressing the symptoms. No temporary solution should endanger our patients’ health.
More than anything, our focus is all about helping the body restore itself by harnessing its natural, biological healing potential so that our patients can restore function and not just give the body a crutch to rely on.
That means no invasive medication and no surgery!
To treat ED, we use a revolutionary new procedure called The P-Shot®!
Also known as Priapus Shot, the P-Shot® is a kind of Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP). It improves the blood flow within the penis by making use of concentrated platelet solutions, which have powerful healing and regrowth properties, from the patient’s own blood.
After undergoing the concentration procedure through a centrifuge, the P-Shot® solution, which contains natural growth factors, gets re-injected into the treatment area to stimulate healing and repair.
If you’re currently dealing with ED but don’t want to deal with high-risk treatment procedures and implants, the P-Shot® could be for you!
It’s time to stop feeling ashamed and start getting excited again. Book your appointment by dialing (513) 887-9400 or clicking here: [link]