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Erectile dysfunction affects more than 50 percent of men aged 40 through 70. The incidence is even greater in men who smoke and those with abdominal obesity, insulin resistance, high blood pressure and poor metabolic health. Since the 1990s, men have relied on drugs such as Viagra, Levitra and Cialis to fight the problem. Unfortunately, these drugs required advanced planning, which decreased spontaneity. Also, short-acting drugs such as Viagra caused uncomfortable side effects in many men, such as headache and congestion. Modern treatment includes low daily doses of these drugs, which improves sexual spontaneity and decreases the incidence of side effects that accompany larger doses. This method works even without testosterone replacement therapy. (Endocrine News, December 2014)

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