Impotence diet to regulate these taboos to be careful

impotence disease is a relatively common sexual dysfunction  in life , and it is also one of the diseases that hurt men the most. Male impotence not only requires scientific treatment, but also needs to improve the daily diet structure to relieve the adverse symptoms of impotence. So, what is the daily diet for impotence?

 What food does a man eat to strengthen his yang?

  1. Animal offal: Animal offal contains more cholesterol, and cholesterol is an important formula for synthesizing sex hormones. In addition, it also contains adrenaline and sex hormones, which can promote the division and maturation of spermatogonia. Therefore, eating the heart, liver, kidney, intestines and other viscera of animals in an appropriate amount is conducive to improving the level of androgen in the body, increasing the secretion of semen, and improving sexual function.

 2. Foods containing arginine: arginine is an essential component for sperm formation, and regular consumption of arginine-rich foods will help nourish the kidneys and essence. Such foods are sticky and slippery, such as eel, catfish, loach, sea cucumber, cuttlefish, octopus, silkworm chrysalis, chicken, frozen tofu, seaweed, peas, etc.

 3. Foods rich in vitamins: Vitamin A, vitamin E and vitamin C all help to delay aging and avoid sexual function decline, and they are mostly found in fresh vegetables and fruits.

4. Foods containing calcium: Calcium ions can stimulate sperm maturation. Calcium-rich foods include shrimp skins, salted eggs, egg yolks, dairy products, soybeans, kelp, sesame paste, etc.

5. Zinc-containing food: Zinc is an indispensable trace element for the human body, and it plays an important role in maintaining the normal structure and function of the male reproductive system. Zinc deficiency will reduce sperm count, affect libido, and reduce sexual function. Oyster meat is the food with the highest zinc content. Others such as beef, shellfish, peanuts, cereals, beans, potatoes, vegetables, milk, chicken, chicken liver, egg yolk, and brown sugar all contain a certain amount of zinc.

 What should be paid attention to in men with impotence?

  Avoid unclean sex

  Many sexually transmitted diseases in men, such as syphilis and gonorrhea, are related to unclean sexual intercourse. Unclean sexual intercourse is not only easy to make yourself sick, but also spread the disease to your wife or even your children, which is extremely harmful, so you must not take chances.

 taking aphrodisiac supplements

  Many men think that impotence is caused by kidney deficiency. Therefore, after impotence occurs, they abuse impotence drugs or supplements. However, after taking a large amount of them, the symptoms do not improve. Instead, they have side effects such as dry mouth and bleeding gums. In addition, some men may also Because aphrodisiac drugs affect the health of the hypothalamus-pituitary-testicular axis .

 Can not be scientifically treated

  After some impotence occurs, some patients are ashamed to see a doctor, hold the hope that they may recover on their own, delay treatment, or blindly believe in folk remedies and wandering doctors, and cannot treat scientifically. It is easy to delay the best time for treatment and increase the difficulty of treatment. In addition, the blind use of folk remedies may not treat the symptoms properly, but will cause adverse effects on the body and hinder the follow-up regular treatment.

 Avoid too frequent sex life

  A moderate sex life can bring people a pleasant mood and experience, and is good for physical health and health preservation. However, if one indulges one’s desires without restraint and has sex without restraint, it will lead to long-term congestion of the reproductive organs, resulting in a decline in sexual function, which can easily lead to problems such as prostatitis , prostatic hypertrophy, impotence, premature ejaculation , and inability to ejaculate .