How Poor Blood Circulation Causes Erectile Dysfunction

How Poor Blood Circulation Causes Erectile Dysfunction

Poor blood circulation can be a difficult thing to deal with since it often causes numbness, pain, or irritation in the arms, hands, legs, and feet. But what can be even more devastating to men with poor blood circulation is the loss of life in their man-parts…

Blood circulation problems are incredibly common, and seem to be getting more so by the day. They are usually due to a lack of physical activity and a poor, unbalanced diet.

It is usually the lower extremities that show the most symptoms, seeing that the blood already has trouble with circulating back up to the heart, even when your circulation is good. When blood circulation is not up to standard, this task can become even more challenging and this is why you may start to experience symptoms like numbness or pain in your legs and feet.

This is usually as a result of atherosclerosis, which can lead to clogged arteries, peripheral neuropathy, and diabetes.

While the legs and feet may suffer here in both men and women, men have another problem… The blood flow does not just struggle to get to the legs and feet, but also to their penis. This then causes the ever-terrifying condition known as “erectile dysfunction”!

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Usually, this poor circulation is a result of other health conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes.

If you are having problems getting it up, you should look to see if you have any other symptoms of poor blood circulation, as this may often be a clear indicator of poor blood flow.

On the bright side, erectile dysfunction might not always be a bad thing, as this is normally the first warning sign of poor blood circulation in men. This can then help to diagnose circulation problems much earlier in life which can then be used to treat the condition sooner, and prevent serious problems like heart disease and stroke.

How to Improve Blood Circulation:

The first and most important step is to remove risk factors. Smoking and being over-weight are some of most common issues among men that can lead to the development of circulation problems. This is why it is best to quit smoking and lose weight ASAP in order to lower the risk of potentially serious health problems like strokes and heart attacks. Increasing exercise will not only add to weight loss efforts, but engaging the secondary blood pumping action of the muscles can add a boost to the body’s blood pumping efforts.

Diet and Supplements

We recommend the Manna Low GI Diet, exercise as prescribed in the eBook as well as the Manna Blood Circulation Support to help increase positive blood flow the natural way without any side effects.

If you do struggle with erectile dysfunction, we also recommend taking the Manna T-Boost, which can help to revive erection within 3 days of using the product.

It is important to consult your doctor if you suspect any chance of circulation problems, as there may also be other contributing factors that your doctor may help you detect.

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