The erection and matters of the male heart
Men who have trouble getting up could be having issues of heart. Not the mushy kind of issues … the physical stuff. (I know I almost got you ladies.)
Back to the scientific stuff, not being able to get an erection could mean physical trouble for a man’s heart. It could be a sign of diabetes, heart problems or metabolic syndrome.
According to Gary Wittert endocrinologist and Professor of Medicine at the University of Adelaide, blood vessels in the penis are similar to those in the heart. So if a man is having trouble with blood flow to the penis, then chances are blood is having a hard time flowing to the heart too and in most cases it means he may have subclinical coronary artery disease.
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After a study conducted by Dr. Ian Thompson of the Texas Health Science Center, in 2005 on 19,000 men, he concluded that the men who had trouble making 'Mr. Happy' happy, were just as likely to have a heart attack or stroke as smokers. Plus he thinks blaming all erectile dysfunction on age is nonsense. "What I truly believe is it's not just age. It is not inevitable that you lose your erections with age. You're starting to see with obesity a very high prevalence of erectile dysfunction in younger men and it's a warning sign."
Fellas, if you notice the man downstairs slacking a lil bit, have yourself examined or hop on the the treadmill and burn some fat. I may have disappointed the ladies but I think this is a fair attempt in trying to explain matters of a man’s heart. ;-)
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