Male impotence can be an early warning sign to future heart disease
Many researchers agree that male impotence can be a warning sign to heart disease. About 70% of men who had cardiovascular event or heart problem, when asked later regarding their previous health condition admitted that they had been experiencing problem with male impotence for an average of about 4 years.
Why does failure to achieve a good erection has anything to do with the heart?
There is one thing in common to these two conditions, that is a good blood flow is needed to maintain a good erection and a good
Imagine your body circulatory or blood flow system as a piping system, with the heart as the main and large pipe, while the blood vessel in the penis as the small pipe. If something wrong is going to happen – let say a blockage to the system; which one of these pipes is going to be affected first? Definitely the smaller one, isn’t it? This damage, if not attended to will later spread to the main pipe causing much more problem to the system as a whole.
Of course, our body is much more complex than a piping system and because of this, you can find a complicated explanation for this relationship at biochemical level. Nevertheless, the blocked-pipe explanation provides a simple and understandable explanation to most people in order to understand why male impotence is related to the heart.
So, does that mean that a man who is suffering from male impotence is also suffering from heart disease?
Not necessarily. As complex as a human body is, it is also not a simple relationship between these two conditions. Not everyone who is suffering from male impotence is also suffering from heart disease and not everyone who is suffering from heart disease is also having male impotence. However, with the proven relationship between these two conditions, it is strongly advisable for any man who is suffering from male impotence to consult a doctor before rushing to buy impotence drugs.
If male impotence signifies problem with the blood flow, what about other circulation related health problem? Are they related too?
A study by Italian researchers examined 291 men found that those with male impotence are twice as likely to develop major heart condition and even stroke compared to those with no impotence. Therefore, other circulation related health problem, though not being discussed as frequently as heart problem, may also be related to male impotence due to impaired blood flow.
Always remember, male impotence by itself is not a life threatening condition but it can be an important warning sign to other potentially fatal health problem.
Did you know?
Viagra was discovered for the treatment of male impotence because of the relationship between impotence and heart problem. Viagra was initially studied for the treatment of high blood pressure (hypertension) and heart disease. However, during the study, it was found that Viagra do better for erection and the company developing the drug later decided to market Viagra for the treatment of male impotence.
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