Growing older is inevitable, but we still have a say, when it comes to how aging impacts our lives. If you’re a middle-aged man, you’ll probably agree that it now takes a concerted effort to do things that once came so naturally, including having sex with your spouse or significant other. Let’s face it, as we age our testosterone levels decrease, oftentimes, resulting in decreased libido, erectile dysfunction or, worst yet, an enlarged prostate. So, what can men in their 40s do to circumvent these types of problems? Naturally, it comes down to living a healthy lifestyle; studies have shown that excessive drinking, smoking, and stress all contribute to poor sexual health in men. So, it stands to reason that finding better ways to cope with stress, quitting smoking, and reducing your consumption of alcoholic beverages will greatly improve your sex life.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) December 6, 2017
As we get older, we should be scheduling annual physical exams; regular checkups can ensure that you’re healthy enough for sexual activity and also detect health problems, like an enlarged prostate, early. Additionally, healthy food choices can greatly improve your overall health, which also includes a healthier sex life; for example, replacing junk food with foods that are rich in antioxidants and nutrients have been shown to optimize sexual performance, while simultaneously reducing your risk of heart disease.
Assuming you have already taken all of these steps to improve your sexual health, what else can you do? If you’re interested in improving stamina, or maybe have concerns about premature ejaculation, Kegel exercises may be in order. What are Kegel exercises? It is a type of exercise that targets the connecting muscles of your penis and tailbone. Studies have shown that individuals who routinely practice Kegel exercises have benefited from not only delayed ejaculations but have also enjoyed better orgasms.
A huge proponent, and advocate, of men’s health, is Dr. David Samadi; he is a medical contributor for the Fox News Channel, where he provides invaluable information related to prostate health, which includes surgical and non-surgical treatment options. According to his Linkedin profile, Dr. David Samadi attended Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, where he earned his Md, URO-ONCOLOGY degree, in 2002. After completing his studies, Dr. Samadi began his career with the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York, serving as the Director of laparoscopic surgery. In 2007, Dr. Davis Samadi joined Mount Sinai Hospital, also based in New York, where he served as Chief of Robotic Surgery. Needless to say, Dr. David Samadi possesses a wealth of knowledge and is a great asset to the Fox News Health segment, for the Fox News Channel.
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