Yoga for ED?


#1

I am suffering from impotence.Is yoga also helpful to improve our sexual drive or to overcome impotence.If yes please tell me that position of yoga.


#2

Not solely through asana practice, sorry.


#3

[QUOTE=imbrad07;26186]I am suffering from impotence.Is yoga also helpful to improve our sexual drive or to overcome impotence.If yes please tell me that position of yoga.[/QUOTE]

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#4

Thanks for the reply friend.if with the help of yoga its not possible, then what is the other way to overcome impotence.Is there any other way to treat this problem or is there any FDA approved medication?


#5

Is it impotence or erectile dysfunction?

Impotence is more a psychological reaction and as such you should look at your state of mind, your emotional health as well as that of your relationship with your partner.

Erectile dysfunction is a result of physical diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholestrol etc. Treating these diseases first will help to correct your erectile functionality.

Hope this helps.


#6

[QUOTE=imbrad07;26186]I am suffering from impotence.Is yoga also helpful to improve our sexual drive or to overcome impotence.If yes please tell me that position of yoga.[/QUOTE]

Exercise and healthy lifestyle have ABSOLUTELY been tied to improved sexual health. As men, when we become unhealthy our testosterone levels drop leading to decreased libido and performance. Smoking cigarettes is also strongly tied to impotence.

If you are generally in good health already (and even if you are not) then you may have an underlying medical problem. There are many FDA approved medications out there like Viagra, Cialis, etc.


#7

Just to clarify…

I stated “Not solely through ASANA…” but did not say that Yoga was ineffective.

Misunderstood. And in only one sentence.


#8

[QUOTE=Boom_King;26256]Exercise and healthy lifestyle have ABSOLUTELY been tied to improved sexual health. As men, when we become unhealthy our testosterone levels drop leading to decreased libido and performance. Smoking cigarettes is also strongly tied to impotence.

If you are generally in good health already (and even if you are not) then you may have an underlying medical problem. There are many FDA approved medications out there like Viagra, Cialis, etc.[/QUOTE]

Hey Boom Thanks for your time man, My health is so so.Not so good and not so bad.Which exercise i should do to improve my sexual health.Also i heard that viagra, cialis have side effects.


#9

[QUOTE=Pandara;26232]Is it impotence or erectile dysfunction?

Impotence is more a psychological reaction and as such you should look at your state of mind, your emotional health as well as that of your relationship with your partner.

Erectile dysfunction is a result of physical diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholestrol etc. Treating these diseases first will help to correct your erectile functionality.

Hope this helps.[/QUOTE]

Hey Pandara, Thanks for your reply friend. but i am not suffering from any type of disease. Our relationship is even quite good…


#10

[QUOTE=imbrad07;26267]Hey Boom Thanks for your time man, My health is so so.Not so good and not so bad.Which exercise i should do to improve my sexual health.Also i heard that viagra, cialis have side effects.[/QUOTE]

No problem. All of the worthwhile studies that I have read examined overall health, so if yoga in general is part of making your lifestyle more healthy, then it will be useful. No particular pose is better than another as far as I know. If you try to get your overall health from the “so-so” range into the “pretty good” range through yoga, exercise, and improved diet you will likely see improvements in your sexual health.

This may or may not be enough to get you to where you want to be. You may have an underlying physical issue which could be treated by a doctor. Most drugs have side effects, the severity of which cary WIDELY. Talk to a doctor about it and then decide if the juice is worth the squeeze.

A humorous aside to show that not all side effects are necessarily terrible. Viagra was designed as a drug for pulmonary arterial hypertension (too much pressure in the artery between the heart and lungs). Viagra was designed to relax blood vessels and increase blood flow. Turns out it doesn’t help patients with PAH, but the well known side effect led it to be repackaged for men with ED.

Best of luck
BK


#11

Not to mention that many things in yoga transmutes sexual energy to mental energy, so if anything it might make it worse. heh


#12

[QUOTE=Boom_King;26273]No problem. All of the worthwhile studies that I have read examined overall health, so if yoga in general is part of making your lifestyle more healthy, then it will be useful. No particular pose is better than another as far as I know. If you try to get your overall health from the “so-so” range into the “pretty good” range through yoga, exercise, and improved diet you will likely see improvements in your sexual health.

This may or may not be enough to get you to where you want to be. You may have an underlying physical issue which could be treated by a doctor. Most drugs have side effects, the severity of which cary WIDELY. Talk to a doctor about it and then decide if the juice is worth the squeeze.

A humorous aside to show that not all side effects are necessarily terrible. Viagra was designed as a drug for pulmonary arterial hypertension (too much pressure in the artery between the heart and lungs). Viagra was designed to relax blood vessels and increase blood flow. Turns out it doesn’t help patients with PAH, but the well known side effect led it to be repackaged for men with ED.

Best of luck
BK[/QUOTE]

Hey Boom thanks again for your reply.One of my friend also told me about viagra.I am bit scared to take this.I think i have to consult with the doctor before taking it. What you think Boom.Is it good?


#13

[QUOTE=imbrad07;26294]Hey Boom thanks again for your reply.One of my friend also told me about viagra.I am bit scared to take this.I think i have to consult with the doctor before taking it. What you think Boom.Is it good?[/QUOTE]

Yes, consult with a doctor. I don’t know if it is good, I have never had it. Good luck.

BK


#14

imbrad07, forgive me for being suspicious but I’ve been a moderator a long time and this looks like a delicate spamming maneuver to me.

I’m leaving this up as it might be helpful to some others but my delete finger is twitchy. It makes me suspicious when someone cites New York as their location but their IP suggests India.


#15

[QUOTE=Boom_King;26321]Yes, consult with a doctor. I don’t know if it is good, I have never had it. Good luck.

BK[/QUOTE]

I have consulted with a doctor and he said that its not a big issue. He asked me about various other health conditions like blood pressure,diabetes,heart problems etc.I am not suffering from these types of health issues.He suggested me to take kamagra. i am going to use this one.Lets see.


#16

[QUOTE=Alix;26324]imbrad07, forgive me for being suspicious but I’ve been a moderator a long time and this looks like a delicate spamming maneuver to me.

I’m leaving this up as it might be helpful to some others but my delete finger is twitchy. It makes me suspicious when someone cites New York as their location but their IP suggests India. [/QUOTE]

Hey dear, What type of spamming you are looking in it? I think nothing is like that.


#17

[QUOTE=imbrad07;26231]Thanks for the reply friend.if with the help of yoga its not possible, then what is the other way to overcome impotence.Is there any other way to treat this problem or is there any FDA approved medication?[/QUOTE]

There are lots of FDA approved medication for impotence and sexual drive, but each case should be managed individually to achieve the best possible outcome. You should consult your[U][B] Urologist,[/B][/U] since its important to determine what’s the cause for the impotency (vascular, nervous, psychogenic, motor, etc), since the treatment of the main cause is definitely the base of any final treatment…

Sindenafil (Viagra) can be a good method for some cases, but if you suffer for example from a diabetic vasculopathy, its not going to show any result at all. If you suffer from a low sex drive, you can take 25 pills of Tandenafil or Sindenafil and it won’t do a thing. That’s why it is important to state by a specialist the main diagnosis on impotence.


#18

[QUOTE=Xamilo;26343]There are lots of FDA approved medication for impotence and sexual drive, but each case should be managed individually to achieve the best possible outcome. You should consult your[U][B] Urologist,[/B][/U] since its important to determine what’s the cause for the impotency (vascular, nervous, psychogenic, motor, etc), since the treatment of the main cause is definitely the base of any final treatment…

Sindenafil (Viagra) can be a good method for some cases, but if you suffer for example from a diabetic vasculopathy, its not going to show any result at all. If you suffer from a low sex drive, you can take 25 pills of Tandenafil or Sindenafil and it won’t do a thing. That’s why it is important to state by a specialist the main diagnosis on impotence.[/QUOTE]

Thanks for your time friend.One of my friend also suggested me to go with viagra and all that.I am not suffering from any other diseases friend.From where i can buy viagra or Tandenafil etc?


#19

imbrad07 – if your urologist is unwilling to prescribe medicine, either you do not need it, you have not completely represented your situation to your urologist, or you need a different urologist. You will not receive advice on these forums regarding how to illegally obtain prescription drugs.