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EXERCISE MAY REDUCE IMPOTENCE RISK

The New England Research Institutes of Watertown, Massachusetts, a private health research firm, found men who burned 200 calories or more a day in physical activity had far less risk of erective dysfunction. Sedentary men were at highest risk.

Cardiovascular aerobic exercise (like Tune-Up) helps to keep the arteries of the body clear of fat deposits resulting in adequate blood supply to the sexual organs. However, this is only a preventive measure. Men with erective dysfunction will not reverse this condition through exercise alone.

Tune-Up is an aerobic exercise with resistance combined with massage, acupressure, and reflexology using a massage belt.


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