If You Want To Die Young, Do Not Read These Facts About Your Manhood

If You Want To Die Young, Do Not Read These Facts About Your Manhood

Do you know there are many ailments that could hamper the functions of a man’s manhood and lead to a shorter life? The many weaknesses of the manhood that could affect longevity of a man were discussed by Dr. Tobias Köhler, an associate professor of urology at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Read all below:

Facts About Your Manhood That Could Cut Short Your Life

- A new study from The University of Mississippi says if you are incapable of getting and sustaining erection, you have a 70 percent increased risk for premature death.

- If you have erectile dysfunction, it is likely that you have poor cardiovascular health, says Dr. Tobias Köhler.

- So, if you’re unable to get hard, it’s often an early sign that your heart could be in trouble.

- Many men whose erectile dysfunction is caused by poor cardiovascular health end up having life-threatening heart problems such as a heart attack within the next five years, says Dr. Köhler.

- The vessels that carry blood to your penis are tiny, only one to two millimetres across, so they get clogged easily, says Dr. Köhler.

- If plaque starts to build up in your vessels because of poor diet, a lack of exercise, smoking, age, or genetics, the blood flow to your penis is the first thing that will get blocked off. This can make it impossible to get an erection, Dr. Köhler reveals.

- If the plaque continues to build, it will start affecting larger arteries, such as the ones that carry blood to and from your heart. This can cause a heart attack or sudden death.

- If you are suffering from erectile dysfunction, it is very necessary to see a doctor—instead of using Viagra or any of such sexual performance enhancing medication.

- If you heed the early warning signs, you may be able to fix your cardiovascular problems before they become fatal.

- If you’ve been consistently unable to get or sustain erection for three months, make an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible, says Dr. Köhler.

- Tell your doctor about your erection problems — and make it the first thing you bring up, so your doctor has time to thoroughly check you out, he says.

- If blocked arteries are the problems, an improved diet and exercise regimen may reverse the damage and get your penis back in working order, he says.

- Your physician may also give you an erectile drug like Viagra to help your sex life in the meantime.


Conclusion: Do not be ashamed of seeking help. If you know there is something wrong with your sexual organ, quickly book a date with your doctor. Aside from the fact that this erectile dysfunction can cause a shorter a life, it can also hamper the ability to father a child. So, visit the hospital today. 

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