Ed and Diabetes!
High Blood Sugar & Weak Erections
If you're dealing with erectile dysfunction, and are over the age of 40, you can almost bank on the following.
When you look at the numbers, it's shocking how many men over 40 suffer from the conditions above.
Unfortunately, this ugly combination of Low T along with elevated blood sugar, does some very nasty things to your body...
Things that ultimately lead to decreased sexual performance and erectile dysfunction in men.
Here's how it happens...
As soon as testosterone deficiency rears it's ugly head, loss of blood sugar control and increased risk of type 2 diabetes soon follow.
As a matter of fact, no other group suffers diabetes at a higher rate than men with low testosterone.
And as a mans T levels start to decline and blood sugar rises, damage begins to occur to the blood vessels leading to the penis.
In essence, the excess sugar in the system causes blood vessels to harden and lose elasticity.
This hardening leads to poor vasodilation within the penis, making it difficult to achieve and sustain a quality erection.
So what's the solution?
Many men will run to the doctor to get ahold of a prescription for Viagra, Levitra, or Cialis.
But the answer cannot be found in the latest drug du jour.
Sure, the drugs will give you the hard wood, but they'll do nothing to treat the underlying cause of your condition.
In other words, you'll get the erection, but the Low T , metabolic syndrome, and diabetes risk will all survive.
The real solution can be found between your legs, inside the testicles that produce the vast majority of testosterone that your body needs.
Get them operating at a very high level again, and two things will begin to happen, almost immediately.
Ed and Diabetes!