There’s no reason why most men can’t enjoy potency well into old age. Your chances of enjoying intercourse in your later years are determined largely by your genetic heritage, your daily habits and your emotional well-being. While there’s nothing you can do about your gene pool, you do have a lot of control over your lifestyle. You can live in a way that puts the odds for maintaining potency in your favor, or you can set yourself up for problems. The choice is yours.

If you want to prolong your potency, try to follow these essential guidelines:

• Eat a low-cholesterol, low-fat, high-fiber diet.

• Maintain your proper weight.

• Keep your blood pressure normal.

• Exercise regularly—at least three times a week,

• Don’t smoke, chew or sniff tobacco.

• If you drink alcohol, drink moderately.

Let’s take a closer look at these suggestions.

The Potent Lifestyle

The link between lifestyle habits and loss of potency is supported by the work of some French physicians who studied 440 men with erection problems. The doctors found that men with erection problems are likely to have one or more of the following: diabetes, high cholesterol levels, high fat levels and high blood pressure. Many also smoke. In fact, the doctors found that every man they studied who had two or more of these major risk factors also had low blood pressure in his penis, which indicates poor blood flow, one cause of erection problems.


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