Maintain healthy Weight – Maintaining healthy weight helps delay diabetes and keep your blood pressure down. Weight loss also helps reduce inflammation, increase testosterone.
Healthy Diet – Choose vegetables, fruits lean meats, whole grain foods and low-fat diary foods. Void high fat, sugar and sodium. Choose water over drinks that have too much sugar and caffeine.
Quit Smoking – Smoking is linked to heart and blood vessel disease, which may lead to erectile dysfunction. Smoking increases your chance you will have erectile dysfunction.
Alcohol- Limit the amount of alcohol intake.
Exercise – Be physically active, it increases blood flow through your body, including your penis. Park your car in the furthest lot giving you an opportunity to get extra step in. Take the stairs, garden and find ways to keep on your feet.
Before you start a new exercise, program talk with your doctor. Aim for 30 minutes five days a week. Start with brisk walking, swimming and light weights and gradually move to harder activities.
Avoid using illegal drugs – Illegal drugs may prevent you from becoming aroused or feeling other sensations. Using drugs covers over other psychological or physical factors that could be the cause of erectile dysfunction.