All ‘Wellness programs’ should include Sexual Health
Good sexual health is crucial not only in sustaining a sense of well-being but also for overall health, including the prostate.
If you are experiencing decreased libido, or issues like erectile dysfunction, you need to pay close attention to what may be causing it and take steps to correct it. In the case of erectile dysfunction it may be an early sign of a pending cardiovascular problem, so, don’t ignore it. Check the status of your cardiovascular system.
There are other physical, (such as hormonal) psychological and emotional issues that can affect your sexual health. Maintaining your energy levels and cardiovascular health by sleeping well and exercising regularly, looking after your hormonal health, ensuring good nutrition, and taking care of your emotional health are all things you can do to benefit your sexual health.
At Xtend-Life we believe that there is rarely a single cause of dysfunction of any part of the body and any manifestation of a ‘condition’ can be a culmination of a whole host of factors affecting the ‘operating’ organs in the body. Many of these dysfunctions are brought about by nutrient deficiencies. Any sexual dysfunction is not any different. You must still focus on the general health of the body, but then if needed boost your body with some additional nutrients.
This is the principle on which the following options are based on.
For men who have no particular ‘sexual issues’ and want to do what they can to keep it that way at minimal cost.
4 Tabs/Day (1 Bottle/30 Days)
2 Soft Gels/Day (1 Bottle/30 Days)
For men 40+ who want an extra boost to their health and also to help stimulate their testosterone production.
7 Tabs/Day (2 Bottles/30 Days)
2-4 Soft Gels/Day (1-2 Bottles/30 Days)
3-6 Tabs/Day (1-2 Bottles/30 Days)
Note: Kiwi-Klenz is a good addition to the above options which may help with the efficacy by improving digestion. Also, Zupafood ELITE which contains specific mushrooms that may help sexual health. If you are having any prostate issues please refer to Prostate-Support.