Q&A about Erectile Dysfunction

General 26 March 2019 |

Q1 – I am 41, am I too young to struggle with ED?

By age 40, 40% of men struggle with not being able to get and maintain an erection. The 2 most common causes are:
  1. Low testosterone
  2. Underlying medical problems
Clearly having a problem is not weird. Not doing anything about it …that is weird. Let us help reduce the stress and guesswork.


Q2 – Is Erectile Dysfunction preventable?

Age is just one of many risk factors that may contribute to ED. The top 5 risk factors are:
  1. Hormone imbalance
  2. Medical problems
  3. Medications
  4. Unhealthy diet
  5. Poor circulation
Most of these risk factors are preventable or reversible with making healthy changes. Let us help.


Q3 –Headache Again?

Your sex drive can change after having children or when entering menopause. Unfortunately, many women suffer in silence despite effective solutions:
  1. Hormone rebalancing
  2. O-shot
  3. Energy-based devices
No, it’s not weird or abnormal for a woman to have a low sex drive. Stop doubting yourself and do something about it!


Q4 – Love being Leak Free!

You probably aren’t the only person in your gym class worried about bladder leaks. 1 in 3 women between 18 and 60 years of age experience stress incontinence. Regaining full bladder control is possible without medication through
  1. Kegel exercises
  2. O-shot
  3. Energy-based devices
Don’t let bladder leakage ruin your resolution to get fit.