Improve Sexual Health By Reducing Cholesterol
Obesity is one of the reasons why a large number of people suffer from many health diseases. Being obese or too fat than the body needs can lead to many health conditions like type 2 diabetes, coronary disease, hypertension, arthritis, sleep apnea and stroke. Furthermore, obese men are at high risk of blockage of blood vessels that can cause erectile dysfunction (ED) and hinder their sexual health.
Studies show that more than 80 percent of men who reported having experienced ED were overweight or obese. These conditions can affect the performance or support of an erection because of the impact on the complex interaction of sensory information, nerves, blood vessels, and hormones. The tissues in the blood should be filled with blood after nerve stimulation transported sexual messages to the brain. ED occurs when the body experiences a break in any one of the factors leading to an erection. One of the disruptions that can occur is the clogging of arteries that supply blood to the male organ tissues. In addition to overweight and body fat, other factors related to obesity that adversely affect human health include the presence of high blood pressure, high levels of triglycerides, and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) or bad cholesterol buildup, is also associated with low levels of high density lipoprotein.
Many experts suggest for health and steps to overcome obesity and to improve sexual health:
• Meet with a doctor and get information on the safety diet pills, surgeries, or diet plans available to treat obesity.
• Change or remove all food an item in your diet makes you fat.
• Motivate yourself and participate in outdoor activities and exercise regularly.
• Talk to your partner about your performance problem and develop a plan to solve it together.
• Learn simple ways to make love. Position it so that your partner does not feel suffocated.
Give emotional support:
Overweight and obese men should remember that there are no shortcuts to good health. People who are overweight or obese should consider a change in lifestyle and diet. Doctors and other health professionals should be consulted to develop a plan that can work for certain individuals. Men with weight problems should initiate and maintain an exercise program to shed unwanted pounds and improve cardiovascular health. Improvements in these areas can lead to an overall improvement in health; wellnesses reinforced and optimize sexual health.