Looking for ways to naturally increase your libido and sexual stamina, and support normal erectile function? What happens outside of the bedroom can have a significant impact on what happens inside the bedroom. Here are the 5 key lifestyle factors to consider adapting for a better sex life and relationship.
Eat a Balanced Diet
Carrying a few extra pounds, or living off bachelor-style meals with zero nutritional value? Eating a more balanced diet can be a great way to quickly and easily support better sexual wellness and stamina!
According to research, men should look to eat more flavonoid-rich foods, such as blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, and citrus fruits. These foods are suggested to reduce erectile dysfunction symptoms in both young and middle-aged men.
Being overweight or obese can cause or worsen erectile dysfunction – which makes trimming down a little this year all the more important!
Anyone who experienced high levels of stress at home or at home knows how much it can impact your ability to get it up. Addressing stress, anxiety, depression, and other types of emotional distress can improve or resolve symptoms of ED.
Whether you’re stuck behind a desk all day, working through a sports injury or you’re simply not as active as you’d like to be, here’s a reason to get up and get moving more!
Research suggests physical activity can benefit those with erectile dysfunction in several ways – by improving circulation, reducing stress, and it contributing to a healthy body weight (see above!).
Even a 10-minute walk every day is better than nothing, so start small and build up your activity level gradually. Being more active will also increase your overall fitness – which will provide you with more stamina between the sheets.
Excessive alcohol consumption has long been shown to negatively impact sexual stamina and erectile function. Cutting down on your drinking, or ditching the beers altogether, is an effective way to support healthier sexual function.
Still enjoying the odd dirty durry now and then? If you want better erections and sex, it’s time to quit for good.
Studies have shown time and time again that there’s a strong link between the intensity of cigarette smoking and the degree of erectile dysfunction. In other words, the more you smoke, the limper you’ll be. Stopping smoking can improve erectile function, as well as your general health and wellbeing.