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Erectile dysfunction, impotence, or ED, is a common problem which affects almost every man at some point in his lifetime. The desire to keep the problem a secret or to deal with it at home leads many people to search for home remedies rather than getting professional help.

The internet has made this process easier, but with hundreds of ‘remedies’ claiming miracle treatment, we must ask do they really work, or if they are actually detrimental to health? And if that is the case, are you better off relying on science to help?

Erectile Dysfunction Erectile Dysfunction Home Remedies: Do They Really Work?

What Are Home Remedies?

There are now hundreds and hundreds of home remedies available on the internet which claim to help with ED. Traditionally, home remedies cure the biological causes of erectile dysfunction. However, it is becoming more and more common to find home remedies which tackle emotional problems of impotence.

There are many different remedies available to treat sexual anxiety, as well as ones which tackle common physical problems such as maintaining an erection.

How Do Home Remedies Claim To Work?

Traditional Chinese remedies aim to solve the problem by bringing the body’s natural life-force, or qi, back into balance through acupuncture and dietary changes. Homeopathy claims to work by tackling both physical and psychological causes of erectile dysfunction. For example, Baryta Carbonica works by reducing the need to urinate, providing support for the prostate, and can prevent premature ejaculation. However, it’s also claimed that this remedy works by helping men who have no sexual desire to build their libido.

Other homeopathy remedies claim to work entirely on the psychological causes of erectile dysfunction. Argentum nitricum is one such remedy, which is thought to be most effective in men who are worried and anxious, thus allowing for a maintained erection.

From psychological techniques to remedies which focus on the body itself, all ED ‘cures’ tackle the problem from one of two directions. This is either a psychological perspective, attempting to relax the user, or offering the user a boosted libido, with the intent of enhancing the user’s sex life.?

The majority of home remedies focus at least partly on tackling psychological causes of erectile dysfunction. Although impotence often has an underlying psychological cause of some kind, this is not always the case. For this reason, they cannot be guaranteed to work for everyone. Home remedies claiming to cure erectile dysfunction are more often than not presented with a disclaimer attached stating this.

Nonetheless, it has been proven that one of the most successful types of home remedy for impotence is Chinese medicine. In particular, acupuncture has been seen to be highly successful. This may be because it tackles the physical issue of relaxing the body, rather than focusing on psychological issues that aren’t present in everyone.

What About Medical Science?

Everyone is different, and not everyone’s erectile dysfunction has a psychological cause. For those with a purely physical problem, medication could be a more effective cure for impotence. Three of the most common drugs for ED are Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. ?For more information, check out this guide to the differences between Viagra, Cialis and Levitra.

Did any of the remedies work for you? If so, which ones? Let us know

About Author : Rhiannon is a relationships and lifestyle blogger who enjoys the gym almost as much as writing.
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