Herbal Remedies – Herbal remedies for just about everything exists – humans used these before major Health Centers and Hospitals existed – and a lot of them still work today. Asian Ginseng and Ginkgo Biloba for example, have a reputation for helping men battle back against ED. You should consult your doctor before taking herbal remedies, so they can make sure that they are safe for you to start taking.
Nutritional Supplements – Nutritional supplements are very good for you, regardless of whether you suffer from an illness or not. You are looking for supplements which have the following – Arginine, Amino acid, bioflavonoid, zinc, Vitamins C & E and Flaxseed meal. In addition, certain ED patients with low levels of the hormone dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) showed improvement in erectile function after receiving supplemental doses of DHEA
Acupuncture – An ancient Chinese healing method that involves sticking tiny and very fine needles into specific areas of the body. They work by correcting imbalances in the body and help stave off infection and illness, as well as help people overcome illnesses they already have. It has been reported to help some men in the past. But, can you handle getting stabbed with needles though? Some people do not, so other alternatives are more attractive.
Exercise – Exercise in general, may lead to a more active sex life. Doing regular cardio and strength workout shows that even a little bit of physical activity, such as walking 30 minutes a day a few times a week — may lower the risk of erectile dysfunction.
It is known that for some men ED is sign of other problems within the body. “The penis is a barometer of what’s happening in the rest of the body,” explains urologist Wayne Hellstrom, MD, professor of urology at the Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans. And this is because regular exercise has been shown to improve the way the endothelium, the inner lining of blood vessels that help to smoothly move blood, work. Regular exercise has been shown to improve the way the endothelium works. The endothelium lines the blood vessels in the heart and the penis as well, so failing to have erections due to vascular problems may indicate that you’re at risk for heart problems. So you should always see a doctor if you’re experiencing ED of any kind before you start treatment.