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Men over the years resort to male virility substances like aphrodisiacs to stimulate their sexual prowess if they feel they have lost them to any degree, even for just a one night stand with their most desired bed partners.
Today, these best male enhancement solutions to impotence or erection difficulties take the form of prescriptive pills like Viagra and it pharmaceutics equivalents and generics. Their efficacy has both clinical and anecdotal backing and is most sought after potency pills that get the job done.
Unfortunately, there are known adverse side effects like chest pains, palpitation with some cases leading to hart attacks and death. The alternative to prescriptive male potency pills is over-the-counter drugs 90% of which are considered scams. Of the 10% that really work, the efficacies are at best anecdotal as there are no clinical studies to confirm their promised benefits.
It is always prudent to consult with your doctor and, no matter how embarrassing, secure his advice on you sexual intimacy problems. Erectile dysfunction is both a physiological condition that can have both biological and psychological roots. Addressing the cause squarely addresses the problem and can go hand in glove with any male enhancement initiative.
For a healthy person with no diagnosed medical condition known to lead to progressive male impotence, here is one condition that can make the best male enhancement more difficult, if not useless.
According to Phile Gehrman, PhD, CBSM, assistant psychiatry professor at the Behavioral Sleep Medicine program at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. “People who have trouble sleeping often develop elaborate routines over time. They become very sensitive to anything they think might threaten their sleep. And one of the things that can disturb sleep is a bed partner.”
It is a known medical fact that sleep loss or the inability to get suitably rested can take a heavy toll on a person’s interpersonal relationships which can include sexual dysfunction and disinterest. The need for sleep often takes precedence over the need to satisfy baser needs like food and sex.
Gehrman’s fellow Allison T. Siebern, PhD, of the Insomnia and Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program confirms that sleep deprivation or lack of sleep lead to early fatigue and overall loss of energy to make a person too weak to be interested in sex or engage in high energy activity like a performance in bad with his/her partner.
In cases like this, natural male enhancement initiative take the back seat as even a potent treatment like Viagra can be useless for a person who is sleep-deprived.