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The healthiest, safest way to keep your soldier standing at attention far into your sunset years is consistent exercise—at least 150 minutes a week—coupled with a healthy diet and weight.
Many past studies have shown this combo to stave off erectile woes, and a new meta analysis in the British Journal of Sports Medicine concurs.
“Exercise and weight loss help decrease plaque deposits within the small arteries of the penis, helping improve blood flow during sexual activity,” Seth Cohen, M.D., assistant professor of urology at the NYU Langone Medical Center, tells his patients with erectile dysfunction.
Exercise isn’t the only way to bolster your sexual health. Check out why you can’t get a hard on, 10 habits that are hurting your penis (and how to nix them), 52 foods that boost penis health, and the best supplements for your penis.
Get on the bandwagon now, and you’ll never have to worry about bringing back your boner.