Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and for many it’s a wonderful time of romance and love. Unfortunately for others, it can be a poignant reminder of certain performance-related difficulties. Flowers and chocolates are great gifts that every woman loves, but wouldn’t it be nice to take things one step further, just like you used to? Well, believe it or not, you can. Here are five proven solutions to help make 2018 the best Valentine’s Day you’ve had in ages.
- We’re all familiar with the little blue pill. And for a lot of guys, it works great – for a while. What’s not often mentioned however, is the fact that ED pills often lose their efficacy over time, or sometimes aren’t effective at all! For cases such as these, we have a range of customized erectile dysfunction treatment plans with proven results.
2. Maybe drugs aren’t right for you because of certain medical conditions, or you simply prefer treatments that take a more natural route. Wouldn’t it be great if you could treat ED with long-lasting results, using your body’s own natural capabilities? WAVE Therapy is the answer you’ve been searching for.
3. Maybe you’re looking for a bit ‘more’? After all, they do say ‘go big or go home’. Despite years of late-night infomercials perhaps convincing you otherwise, there is a way to boost your size – naturally! It’s called the Priapus Shot®, and has no negative side effects.
4. Instead of performance issues in the moment, perhaps you feel a general malaise, or that you have less energy and drive than you used to. This could be a sign of low testosterone – something that happens to men naturally as they age, and is totally treatable!
5. Finally, if you are happy with your sexual performance and overall mood, then a box of chocolates and bouquet of roses are never a bad idea on Valentine’s Day! Changes in sexual health are often driven by broader underlying health issues such as heart disease or diabetes. More information is available here.
Turning to aphrodisiacs, which stimulate sexual desire, is an age-old way to naturally help boost your sex drive and combat erectile dysfunction. While consistent problems related to sexual performance often require treatment to see significant improvement, it can never hurt to supplement your diet with these fruits and vegetables that can have been linked to positive side effects like increased libido, testosterone production and blood flow.
There are certain aphrodisiacs most people are familiar with. You’ve probably overheard people mention how chocolate, red wine and oysters can get you “in the mood.” But there are some tasty items that are less well known for their link to sexual arousal. Adding asparagus and avocado to your diet is one way to potentially improve your sexual appetite.
Asparagus provides Vitamin E, which can increase blood and oxygen flow to the genitals. Blood flow is a key part of getting and maintaining an erection. This veggie also has a high level of potassium, which some studies link to sex hormone production. The avocado comes with high levels of vitamin B6 which helps with the mechanism that produces testosterone.
Another overlooked category of aphrodisiacs are fruits. Some studies show that pomegranates, watermelons and figs are associated with increased sexual desire. Pomegranates have antioxidants, which promote blood flow to the genitals. Also, some studies link pomegranate juice to improvement of erectile dysfunction. Watermelons contain citruline, which can help increase nitric acid, impacting blood flow, blood vessel relaxation and sexual arousal. Figs are high in amino acids, linked to improved sexual stamina and increased libido.
So next time you are preparing your grocery list, keep your sexual health in mind and add a few of these items to your cart. Learning more about boosting your sexual performance at StLMensClinic.com.
With so many erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment options available for men, finding the right one can be difficult and overwhelming. Nonetheless, some men who have not found success with medication or other treatment methods have discovered results with a new, revolutionary therapy for ED. WAVE Therapy is a low-intensity shock wave therapy used to improve sexual performance and prolong erections. The treatment lasts about 30 minutes and delivers meaningful results after the initial round of treatments.
As seen in Men’s Health, WAVE Therapy is a non-surgical and drug-free treatment offered by many urologists and men’s health clinics. A typical session begins with the application of numbing cream. Once the numbness activates, a physician applies the sound wave wand to the penis for about 20 minutes. If you are not sure what to expect from your first session, check out Ben Greenfield’s account of his first experience with WAVE Therapy in Men’s Health.
Urologists believe that WAVE Therapy can become the conventional treatment option for men experiencing ED symptoms or seeking to revitalize their libido. Many doctors will start a basic protocol of 6 treatments over the course of one to two months but the specific recommendation depends on a patient’s specific needs and the personalized treatment plan identified by the doctor. As mentioned in a recent Urology Times’ article, “Shock waves may change the future of ED therapy,” WAVE Therapy does not have a “single gold-standard protocol”, due to varying levels of ED symptoms, and because the cause of ED can differ from man to man.
Schedule an appointment to begin WAVE Therapy today to restore your sexual confidence and enjoy the excitement of intimacy again.
*Results may vary
Have you felt more anxious than usual? Are you easily irritated or experience mood swings? As men age they sometimes experience a variety of emotional changes. While some of these changes might be due to the natural drop in testosterone, after the age of 30, more intense emotional changes can sometimes be caused by a deeper, underlying physiological issue. Understanding the link between your physical and mental health as you age can help you decide when it is time to visit a clinic that specializes in male sexual health and performance with expertise treating erectile dysfunction (ED), low testosterone or other sexual health issue.
When sudden drops in testosterone level occur from unexpected environmental or physical changes, it can drastically affect some men’s mental health. Irritable male syndrome (IMS) is a behavioral state that causes some men to become more hostile, impatient, irritable, depressed, or anxious. If you experience a sudden shift in mood, low sexual drive, or other sexual health issue, we recommend visiting a clinic for erectile dysfunction or low testosterone to ensure your hormones are dropping at a normal rate.
Additionally, these drops in testosterone levels may cause drops in stamina, sudden hair loss, or other physical changes that may affect your mental health. If you are uncertain about a symptom being normal, contact Pinnacle Men’s Health in Jacksonville for an all-inclusive confidential consultation with one of our male physicians. Whether you are visiting our clinic for erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, or any other sexual health concerns, you can rest assured that you are in good hands with our all-male staff.
Contact us today at 904.584.3925 to revitalize your sexual energy and get more information about our treatment options!
Much has been researched and written about the science behind men’s sexual dysfunction, but right now, we’d like to take a few moments to discuss the psychological effects that sexual dysfunction can have on couples, for instance, how it can make them feel stressed, frustrated, and inadequate. Then we’ll recommend how you can reclaim sexual health for you and your partner.
We’ll focus on erectile dysfunction (ED) for our purposes, since it is so common. That statement alone might surprise you, but about 50 million men in the United States will experience ED, and so if you are dealing with it: you are not alone in this problem.
So, how does ED affect men and women? Men might become embarrassed around their partner and be afraid to try having sex due to the anxiety it now causes. A man with ED may feel guilty for being unable to satisfy his partner sexually. This can erode his self-confidence.
Women, conversely, may respond to their partner’s ED by blaming themselves, thinking they are not attractive enough. Both partners may also become bitter and accuse the other of being responsible for the problem. If the man’s ED persists, the woman might eventually leave the relationship to find sexual satisfaction elsewhere.
If you are experiencing ED or another kind of sexual dysfunction, come see the doctors and expert staff at Pinnacle Men’s Health in Jacksonville, Florida. Our all-male staff isn’t here to judge you. We’re here to help you with treatment methods that are tailored to your individual needs and wants. We want to help you reclaim sexual health for yourself and your partner so you can live fuller lives together.
Please call (904) 584-3925 or visit PinnacleMensHealthJacksonville.com for more information.
Most doctors and relationship experts would likely tell you how important sexual activity is to a romantic relationship. It is a part of your life like any other and contributes to the happiness of both people in a relationship. This is why erectile dysfunction, or ED, can wreak havoc on a romantic relationship.
ED is a type of male sexual dysfunction. Also known as impotence, it is the failure of a man to produce or keep an erection necessary for sex. This denies sexual satisfaction to you and your partner and can be frustrating to you both. Being unable to get an erection once in a while does not automatically mean you have ED. If the problem becomes chronic, however, you may want to visit a doctor like the doctors who specialize in men’s sexual health that you’ll find at Pinnacle Men’s Health in Jacksonville for a diagnosis.
A wide range of underlying health problems and other biological and psychological factors can cause ED. These may include high blood pressure and high cholesterol, obesity, tobacco use, diabetes, sleep disorders, depression, anxiety, and stress. Whatever the actual cause, ED can adversely affect a couple’s sex life and lead to anxiety and low self-confidence in men.
There is no single method of treating ED that will work for everyone. In some cases, eliminating ED requires addressing the underlying health conditions that caused it. This could involve being examined for heart disease, diabetes, or various problems of the penis or testicles. In cases of chronic ED, your doctor might prescribe an oral medication designed to improve male sexual function or prescribe other medications designed to improve sexual function.
Another option for treating ED is called WAVE Therapy and is available at Pinnacle Men’s Health in Jacksonville, Florida. This involves using sound waves to increase blood flow to the penis and ideally eliminate ED. Patients using WAVE Therapy have expressed a high level of satisfaction with the therapy and reported a significant return of spontaneity to their intimate relationships. Whatever kind of help you need in treating your ED, Pinnacle Men’s Health is here for you. Call us at (904) 584-3925 for more information.
Men around the world know it: sexual dysfunction can be an extremely frustrating and worrying problem. Sexual dysfunction is a general term for any biological or psychological impediment to achieving sexual satisfaction. If you never thought it could happen to you, you may be surprised to learn that sexual dysfunction can affect adult men of any age for a variety of reasons.
Male sexual dysfunction encompasses four main problems: erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, and low libido, or sex drive. Each of these issues is troublesome in its own way and over time can lead you and your partner to become frustrated and reluctant to engage in sexual activity at all.
Before recommending treatment options, let’s first discuss what causes the various forms of sexual dysfunction in men. Physical causes of sexual dysfunction may include low testosterone, high blood pressure and the medications taken to treat those common ailments. In addition, smoking and alcohol and drug abuse can cause sexual dysfunction. The causes may be psychological, as well. Men can experience sexual dysfunction if they are having traumatic problems in their romantic relationships or are depressed, anxious, stressed, or worried about their sexual performances or anything else in their lives.
Fortunately, there is hope for men affected by sexual dysfunction in any of its forms. It is usually recommended that you seek advice from a men’s health doctor before beginning any kind of treatment. Common treatment options include: medications for erectile dysfunction, testosterone replacement therapy for low testosterone levels, and talk therapy for psychological problems that might be affecting sexual performance.
If you are experiencing male sexual dysfunction and require a doctor specializing in men’s health in Jacksonville, Florida, Pinnacle Men’s Health may be the right clinic for you. Call us at (904) 584-3925 to learn how we can help you restore your sexual wellness.
Most men have probably heard of testosterone, and most men may have a general idea of what it is and what it does for them. Testosterone is a hormone found in both men and women, though men have much more of it. Testosterone affects a variety of areas of men’s health, but it is primarily associated with sex drive, or libido, sperm production, muscle mass and general energy level. You can therefore see the problems a man may encounter if he has abnormally low testosterone levels.
Male testosterone decreases naturally over time, but some men experience unusually low testosterone levels earlier in their lives. This can be tied to a number of health conditions, such as alcoholism and kidney disease. Another condition that affects some men is hypogonadism, which causes the testes to function improperly, resulting in low testosterone. Symptoms of low testosterone in men include reduced libido, erectile dysfunction, fatigue, depression, and loss of body hair. If your sexual wellness and overall performance has been suffering and you suspect you might have low testosterone, speak to the doctor at Pinnacle Men’s Health in Jacksonville. A standard blood test such as the one included when you visit Pinnacle Men’s Health will reveal your testosterone levels.
In the Jacksonville, Florida area, you can get testosterone replacement therapy at Pinnacle Men’s Health. We specialize in treating men with low testosterone. Treatment methods for this condition typically include gels and injections. These methods deliver testosterone into the bloodstream and help maintain optimal levels of the hormone to maintain overall performance. Although results vary by patient, men who receive testosterone replacement therapy generally experience restored libido and increased energy levels.
Let Pinnacle Men’s Health help you recover your sexual wellness. If you need testosterone replacement therapy in Florida, contact Pinnacle Men’s Health at (904) 584-3925.
Male enhancement has always been geared toward men who are dealing with erectile dysfunction. But at Pinnacle Men’s Health of Jacksonville we believe that enhancement shouldn’t just be for men who struggle with performance issues or loss of libido. We think that men everywhere should be able to give themselves a little boost, even if they aren’t dealing with symptoms of ED.
Enter the Priapus Shot ®
The Priapus Shot ® or P-Shot® is an all natural treatment that has a number of benefits for all men. Here are three reasons to consider the P-Shot ®.
No pills, sprays or cream
The Priapus Shot ® uses your body’s own plasma to rejuvenate the penis. By separating the platelets, then injecting them into specific regions of the penis, blood-derived growth factors work with your body to stimulate strength and growth of the penis. Your body will never reject these platelets because they came from you and the treatment has a very high rate of success.
Results in as little as a single treatment
No need to have surgery or use a pump forever to see results. Many men have reported a difference in strength, hardness, length and girth after just one treatment. Treatments are delivered at our office and last a total of 20-30 minutes.
Increased sexual performance
The P-Shot ® doesn’t just give you a bump in terms of size, it improves sexual performance too. Erections are not only stronger and fuller, but they last longer. The P-Shot® also increases sensation and sensitivity making sex more pleasurable. And many patients with symptoms of premature ejaculation have reported an improvement in their performance as well.
If you are having issues with the strength, duration or firmness of your erections—or just want to add some length—don’t put off doing something about it any longer. Contact the professionals at Pinnacle Men’s Health of Jacksonville about The Priapus Shot ® today.
After around the age of 40, men will typically begin to experience a natural decline in testosterone and erectile function, commonly known as Andropause. While it is a natural part of aging, there is a way to improve sexual health, regardless of your age. Pinnacle Men’s Health is here to highlight some exercise tips that are known to increase testosterone levels in some men with low testosterone (low-t).
Short, intense workouts – Studies have found that men who incorporate strength training into their workout regime experience less low-t symptoms. When creating a weight training routine, try performing less repetitions and slightly more weight.
Reduce long-distance running – In a comparison between long-distance runners and people who were less active, a study also found that a majority of the runners had increased cortisol levels (associated with stress) and low-t symptoms.
Rest up – Working out too much is dangerous for anyone, so do not forget to let your body and mind rest between workout days. Allowing yourself to enjoy some recovery time can drastically help with emotional complications, like mood swings, caused by low-t.
Find out if testosterone replacement therapy in Florida is right for you. Schedule your first appointment at Pinnacle Men’s Health in Jacksonville, FL for a confidential consultation that includes a testosterone assessment.