Don’t Let Erectile Dysfunction Ruin Your July 4th Holiday
Those with erectile dysfunction may sometimes get to the point in which they don’t look forward to holidays with a spouse. A holiday means more time together, which in turn means more opportunities for intimacy, and if there’s a chance for failure, some don’t want to take it. There’s been enough failure in the bedroom for too long.
But what if you approached this whole situation differently? Why not take herbs from the Amazon rainforest for a full week before July 4th so you can increase your body’s reserves of all the natural phytonutrients to support the organs of the body during the act of lovemaking? (You can read up on Amazon herbs for ED here: https://ed.newlifeoutlook.com/amazon-herbs-for-ed/.) In a previous article, these Amazon herbs were covered – muira puama and catuaba were the primary herbs that work well.
What Else Can You Do for Erectile Dysfunction?
Since the act of lovemaking is dependent on the nervous system, you’ll need some ways to make sure that you are supporting your nervous system in every way possible. During lovemaking, both the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system are involved. Something in the lovemaking process will go wrong if either one of them is not working properly.
Here’s a list of what to do to support your nervous system:
- How long has it been since you had a chiropractic adjustment to your spine? Chiropractic adjustments remove any spinal misalignments that are interfering with the nervous system input to your body. For example, if you have any arthritis of the spine, the excess bone around the vertebrae can interfere with the nerve supply to the penis. Restoring the mobility of the spine and lessening any nerve compression may do wonders to restore the flow of the fluid that surrounds nerves to the penis.
- Are you using any adaptogens? Adaptogens are herbs that help normalize the body. These are the herbs you hear about that help men and women in their later years; ones like ginseng, ashwagandha and maca. Some adaptogens are aphrodisiacs, such as the ginseng group of herbs; American ginseng, Panax quinquefolius. Dosage of American ginseng is 1 to 2 capsules three times a day. Dosage of Siberian ginseng and Korean ginseng is the same as American ginseng. All ginsengs are used primarily as adaptogens that improve stamina, athletic performance, raise energy levels, and improve concentration and reaction times in the elderly.
- Ground your body from electromagnetic fields. We live in an environment that is full of electromagnetic pollution from cell phones, cell phone towers, computers, Wi-Fi, and electrical appliances. For decades, studies have shown that the body does well if the electromagnetic field is far less than 1000 millivolts. The lower you can get the voltmeter or gauss meter that measures the field down to zero, the better your body will be able to function.
Standing next to a refrigerator may increase your voltage up to 12000 millivolts. Exposure to very high electrical fields clearly affects the immune system and all the systems in the body. Since the body is electrical in itself and the nervous system runs via its own electricity, restoring your nervous system to as close to what it should be can only help any disorder, including erectile dysfunction.
You can help restore the grounding in your body and releasing the negative ions from the earth by walking barefoot for 20 minutes a day. Walk on either grass or concrete or gravel, not roads. Roads don’t conduct the electrons of the earth that well. Walking barefoot sounds like such a simple thing to do and yet its effects can be profound.
Grounding makes a difference in the body for some things immediately such as better sleep and greater amounts of energy. However, health issues such as erectile dysfunction are more complicated and will take longer to change. Remember that and don’t give up. One older man, a paraplegic in a wheelchair, kept grounding and eventually walked his first step, according to Steve Kroschel, the producer of the movie, Grounded.
If a paraplegic can walk due to the healing effects of grounding, what can it do for you?