Obesity and smoking increase risk of ED
The things which are good for you heart, may be good for sexual life. According to the researchers of the Harvard University School of Public Health in Boston, to have healthy heart as well as to perform good sexual activities, you should do regular exercise, should maintain healthy weight and should not smoke. These all conditions may reduce the risk of developing erectile dysfunction (ED). Obese people are more likely at the risk to develop erectile dysfunction (ED). The Journal of Urology has published the report. During the research, the researchers found that the people who were obese at the beginning of the study were ninety percent at the risk of developing ED than normal-weight men were. At the same time, smokers had a fifty percent more risk than non-smokers. Men who did the highest level of exercises at the start were thirty percent less probable to develop ED over the next 14 years. The blood vessel function becomes impair and blood flow may affect erectile function. The same impairment may cause heart disease too.