Erectile dysfunction is a common issue faced by men, causing difficulty in achieving or maintaining an erection. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in natural remedies for this condition, including juagen, an ancient manhood massage.. In this article, we will explore what juagen is, how it works, and why it may be an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction. We will also delve into prostate massages and whether they can be considered as an effective form of erectile dysfunction treatment.
Juagen, also known as “manhood massage,” is a traditional Chinese practice that dates back over 2,000 years. It involves the use of acupressure and massage techniques to stimulate specific points on the male genitalia. Juagen is believed to improve blood flow, increase vitality, and enhance sexual function in men.
Erectile dysfunction is often caused by poor blood flow to the genital area.
Juagen's acupressure and massage techniques aim to increase blood flow and improve circulation to the genital area. This can potentially improve the ability to achieve and maintain an erection, thus alleviating ED symptoms.
Prostate massage is the stimulation of the prostate gland using a finger or specialized tool. The prostate is a small, walnut-sized gland located between the bladder and the penis, and is responsible for producing semen. Prostate massage is performed either externally through the perineum or internally via the anus.
There is limited research on the direct link between prostate massage and ED, but there are several theories on how it may help. Some studies suggest that prostate massage can increase blood flow to the penis, improve sexual function, and alleviate symptoms of ED. Additionally, prostate massage may help relieve pelvic pain and inflammation, which can contribute to ED.
Here are some of the most common and effective ED treatments available in Singapore:
An effective ED treatment for many men, oral medication like Viagra, Cialis or Tadalafil are often prescribed as a first line of treatment.
These medications are known as phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors (PDE5 inhibitors).They help to restrict the enzyme PDE5 which degrades cGMP, a molecule that relaxes the muscle tissues in the body. By inhibiting PDE5, these ED medications are able to relax the muscles present in the blood vessel walls. This ultimately leads to an improved blood flow where you need it most; your penis.
Contrary to popular belief, ED medication like Viagra, Cialis or Tadalafil won't magically increase your sex drive or cause you to get random erection after you take it. They will still need you to be aroused in order for you to get hard. Thankfully for most healthy men, taking ED medication will help make getting an erection a much easier task.
It is possible that these ED medication can cause mild side effects like:
• Chest Pains
• Nasal Congestion
Unfortunately, you will not be able to purchase any oral ED medication over-counter-counter. You will need to see a doctor for a prescription.
If prescription ED medication is not working or unsuitable for you, there are alprostadil injections that can be administered directly into the penis. These injections work by expanding your blood vessels, which increases the blood flow to your penis.
These penile injections can quickly produce an erection, which can then last up to an hour.
It is possible that penile injections can cause side effects like prolonged erection, mild bleeding, and in rare cases, the formation of fibrous tissues at and around the injection site.
If other ED treatments are found not to be effective, penile implants might be recommended by your doctor. This ED treatment involves surgically inserting a small tube on both sides of your penis. These tubes can then be pumped with air to help erect your penis.
Alprostadil urethral suppository involves inserting a small alprostadil suppository into the tip of your penis. The medication gets absorbed by the urethral wall, which then produces an erection that can last up to an hour.
Alprostadil urethral suppository can cause side effects like pain, burning sensation in the penis, and minor bleeding.
Vacuum restriction devices (also known as a penis pump) can be prescribed to treat ED. A hollow tube is placed over the penis and then connected to a pump (either operated by hand or battery).
The pumping will draw blood towards the penis due to the pressure created by the vacuum. When a tension rubber ring is placed around the base of the penis, the penis pump can produce an erection that lasts up to 30 minutes.
While ED medication like Sildenafil Citrate or Tadalafil works to address the physiological causes of ED, they will not be able to treat your depression, anxiety or stress.
Some methods to help psychological issues, including psychological causes of ED, include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) which is facilitated by a therapist. If not, some relaxation methods that you can try at home include breathing exercises, meditation and guided imagery, which may help to relieve some symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression.
While it can be an embarrassing topic to broach, you shouldn't feel alone in your struggles with ED. There are several ED treatments available in Singapore that can help you overcome ED safely and effectively. Once you get the treatment you need, it won't be hard to get hard anymore.
With Noah, a zero-judgment digital health clinic for men in Singapore, you can get the ED treatment you need from the comfort of home. You won't have to worry about the legitimacy or safety of the ED medications provided as Noah is recognized by the Ministry of Health as a direct telemedicine service provider.
Getting started couldn't be simpler - just visit our site, answer an online medical evaluation and see a licensed doctor; all without having to leave your home (or even moving from your couch or bed). If prescribed, your ED medication will be discreetly delivered right to your door within 4 hours at no additional cost.
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