ED caused by bad lifestyle

Erectile dysfunction – this is a diagnosis that all men fear hearing from their doctor. Erectile problems affect most men at different stages of their lives, and these days it’s not a problem of age as many men in their 20’s experience periodic impotence. In the past, this would be a real tragedy as there were no effective treatments for this health condition. But with the advent of effective medications in the late 1990’s this issue has become much less sensitive because there was finally a cure for ED. Thanks to this, erectile dysfunction has become a normal topic of discussion not only in specialized and professional media but in the general public as well. Big magazines posted ads for ED drugs and covered stories of effective treatment. And numerous researches were undertaken in order to address the actual causes of the problem.

Today, most men already know about the drugs that may help them in case of erectile dysfunction. They also know about the main causes leading to the condition. However, there’s one cause that is often overlooked but nevertheless very important for the stability of a man’s sexual abilities. This factor is called lifestyle.

There are so many discussions and articles on the importance of a healthy lifestyle for a range of conditions. It’s advocated that a very wide range of conditions can be prevented by employing a healthy lifestyle. But as much it’s stressed out, this factor is often overseen by most men tending to believe more in pills rather than on preventive measures. However, it often turns out that simple lifestyle changes can help a lot in preventing and even treating the problem.

The problems of drinking and smoking have been discussed a lot in the perspective of health problems. And erectile dysfunction is not an exception. Both drinking and smoking are known to cause different heart and blood vessel problems, and having a healthy cardiovascular system is crucial for hard and durable erections. A set of clinical studies has confirmed that male smokers have twice as higher risk of developing erectile dysfunction as nonsmokers.

As for the excessive consumption of alcohol, it may deliver deceptive effects. Most of you definitely know how alcohol affects sexual arousal. A few glasses of wine, beer or shots of vodka can deliver a very playful mood. But often when it comes to actual sexual activity, alcohol is a very bad companion for bedroom games. Moreover, in case of frequent alcohol abuse, the actual ability to get and keep a good erection may drop considerably up to the point of permanent impotence where even drugs like Levitra won’t help much.

Another very important lifestyle factor that may contribute to ED is excessive weight. Overweight or obese men tend to suffer from erectile dysfunction far more often than their peers with a healthy weight. Excessive weight is known to cause a wide range of conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, heart diseases and even certain types of cancer. And we all know how these conditions are dangerous for male potency. So if you do not want to stay on Levitra or Cialis anytime you want to have sex, maintaining a healthy weight is a must!


Emerging Cities In Fashion Scene

New York, Paris, London, Milan are known as the big names in fashion cities to see the best of fashion world has to offer. In these fashion capitals shadows are emerging cities that are frequently overlooked by the masses, enabling them to develop truly forward-thinking creativity in bustling art communities, and perhaps most notably, the freshest in fashion. We choose the three most promising cities for a sneak peek of whats to come in the world of fashion.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands:

Some have called it the “Venice of the North.” Amsterdam is known worldwide for its tolerance and liberalism. This beautiful city also reflects these qualities in its eclectic and creative fashion sense. Big scarves, stripes, leather booties, and bright accessories rule both the streets and the ever-popular boutiques dotting the Dams zig-zagging narrow lanes. In July and January, the city becomes the backdrop for its red-hot International Fashion Week, and the AMFI Amsterdam Fashion Institute fosters the freshest faces in the industry year-round.

Cape Town, South Africa:

Cape Town is Africas most progressive fashion city. Known for its multicultural population and gorgeous oceanfront landscape, it might be hard to focus your attention on just one visual pleasure, but a quick trip to one of the citys many boutiques is sure to distract you. Cropped trousers, full skirts, body-con, tiered dresses, pleats, drapes, sheer, chiffon and lace are ruling styles from Cape Town designers and fashionistas, making for an interesting interplay between conservative and sensual.

A benefit for many travelers in Cape Town is the favorable exchange rate and comparatively low production costs, so giving in to that to-die-for garment becomes that much easier. A capital of goldsmiths and jewelry makers as well as textile producers, look for high-quality leather goods and inexpensive, luxurious accessories. Greenmarket Square and the Cape Quarter are two places to start your shopping explorations, and mid-August is the time to catch Cape Town Fashion Week.

Bali, Indonesia:

Bustling and vibrant, the archipelago city, though known perhaps more for its gorgeous textile supply than groundbreaking design, local fashion thought is on the upswing. Maybe the best place to explore grassroots style is at one of the many open-air markets in the city, with colorful prints and breezy fabrics begging to be worn on Pacific-tanned bodies. Local style as of late has been centered on retro dresses, defined waistlines, relaxed-fit trousers and show-stealing peeptoe pumps. The citys fashion week has been suspended since last few years due to international economic troubles, but Bali is back in our list of fashion cities regardless of big fashion events speaks volumes.

So, whether you are planning a fashion trip around the globe or exploring the new fashion designers, keep in mind that the world of fashion goes well beyond the traditional hubs.