Posts made in August 2018

Go Natural: Use Herbs to Boost Testosterone

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Can certain herbs increase testosterone levels naturally? The answer is yes. Studies have found that herbs that can be used as testosterone boosters. This means that they can increase the amount of available testosterone that your body already generates.  These herbs include:

Tribulus Terrestris
The use of tribulus terrestris (commonly referred to as tribulus) in herbal medicine dates back centuries. The most recent studies that were done on animals showed increased libido and testosterone levels. A 90-day study which consisted of men with erectile dysfunction showed a 16% increase in testosterone levels.

Based on studies to date, about 500 mg. per day is the amount needed to effectively boost testosterone levels. It can also improve sexual overall sexual function in healthy men and men with deficient testosterone levels.

The use of this herb comes from its use in Ancient Indian medicine. One study where infertile men used the herb found that 14% of the participants’ partners became pregnant. The men in the study had an increase in testosterone levels between 10% and 22%.

Many natural testosterone-boosting supplements are on the market today, but only a handful of them have had enough studies done to conclude they are effective.  If you think you may be having issues with low testosterone and may need testosterone optimization therapy due to experiencing symptoms such as low sex drive, decreased energy levels, lack of enthusiasm for life give the experts at Pinnacle Men’s Health a call.  We’ll help you determine if testosterone replacement therapy is right for you. Every new patient appointment at Pinnacle Men’s Health starts with an in-depth review of a patient’s medical history and includes a blood test to determine PSA and testosterone levels. The doctors and staff at Pinnacle Men’s Health will provide you with expert advice and treatment for low testosterone in Baltimore, give Pinnacle Men’s Health a call to schedule a consultation.

Performance Enhancement Exercises Men Can Do At Home

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Kegel exercises are not only beneficial for women— which is a common misconception. In truth, Kegels and reverse Kegels, aka pelvic floor exercises, strengthen and condition the pelvic floor muscles (PFMs) for men. The PFMs consist of a muscle network located in the pelvic and pubic regions and have a direct effect on sexual function and performance. Men can reap amazing benefits from the Kegel and experience improvement in the following conditions:

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Kegels can increase circulation in the pelvic area and penile muscles that play a major role in a healthy erection. With training and practice, men can learn to control blood flow, keeping it in the penis. This will enable longer lasting erections.

Premature Ejaculation (PE)
Control is an important element in premature ejaculation. Strengthening and conditioning PFMs allows better control. Being able to employ the start, stop, and squeeze method helps avoid climaxing before ready.

Ejaculatory Force/Orgasms
Weak or unsatisfactory orgasms can be related to having weak PFMs. Stronger muscles equal more force and power during the emission of semen. This means more intense orgasms, and with proper training, the ability to achieve back to back orgasms. Multiple male orgasms do exist!

Performing Kegel exercises while standing can be particularly helpful. Try tightening the pelvic floor muscles:

  • Before walking
  • Before sneezing/coughing
  • When moving from sitting to standing

Ready to get started? When researching treatment for men’s sexual health in Baltimore, find comfort and discretion with the doctors and expert staff at Pinnacle Men’s Health of Baltimore.