Benefit 7 Combats Erectile Dysfunction

A recent study of over 31,000 men between the ages of fifty-three and ninety showed that exercise delayed the onset of erectile dysfunction with age and improved sexual performance in those who already suffered from this problem. This research project, conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health, found that an average of one-third of test subjects reported problems getting and keeping an erection. Most of the men studied said that they had few problems before age fifty, but 26 percent had difficulty between ages fifty and fifty-nine; 40 percent between ages sixty and sixty-nine; and 61 percent over age seventy. Men who watched more than twenty hours of television per week, consumed too much alcohol, smoked, were overweight, had diabetes, had a previous stroke, or took antidepres-sants or beta-blockers had the most problems with ED.

One of the most interesting conclusions of this study was the connection between overall cardiovascular health and the ability to sustain an erection. ED could even be viewed as an early warning system that something was seriously wrong with the body's vascular system and heart health.

Men who did the equivalent of three hours per week of high-intensity cardiovascular exercise such as running or playing tennis had a 30 percent lower risk of erectile dysfunction. It is important to note that researchers stress high-intensity exercise in combating ED. In my program, I too have found that men get greater cardiovascular benefits and lose fat more effectively when their IIT (instinctive intensity training) levels are on the higher side of the scale.

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