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Erectile Dysfunction: Diet and Lifestyle Are Key, Says Gynecologist

Erectile dysfunction (ED) refers to the inability to get or maintain an erection, and it can be really frustrating for both men and their partners. But what many people don't realize is that diet and lifestyle can play a major role in addressing this issue.

According to Dr. Ayodele Ademola, a consultant gynecologist, diet and lifestyle can play a significant role in managing erectile dysfunction. In an article published in Vanguard, Dr. Ademola emphasizes the importance of being mindful of what we eat and lifestyle choices such as drinking or smoking, as they can have an impact on our sexual health.

Dr. Ademola explained that certain foods that are known to cause diabetes can also contribute to erectile dysfunction. In his statement, Dr. Ademola dispelled the common myth that sugary or sweet foods directly cause erectile dysfunction. However, he clarified that excessive sugar consumption can lead to diabetes, which is a known risk factor for ED. 

Additionally, diets high in saturated fats can lead to heart disease, and men with heart disease are more likely to experience erectile dysfunction. 

Therefore, eating a healthy diet low in saturated fats and rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains is key to preventing both diabetes and heart disease, and ultimately to maintaining your sexual health.

According to Dr. Ademola, erectile dysfunction is a global health issue that is becoming more and more prevalent. He cited research which estimates that by 2025, there will be a total of 322 million cases of ED worldwide. In his words, "The increasing prevalence of ED is a major public health concern that requires immediate action."

Dr. Ademola stressed that the public should be aware of the real causes of ED so that they can take appropriate action.

Eating sugary foods alone is not a direct cause of erectile dysfunction unless it leads to diabetes. Being overweight or obese, a common side effect of poor eating habits, is a factor in ED. The most important thing is for people to understand that ED is common, and to consult a medical professional for proper diagnosis and treatment," he said. 

He also stated that it's important for people to recognize that ED is common so that they don't become unduly concerned or anxious. This is because anxiety and diabetes are significant risk factors for erectile dysfunction. It's also important to seek treatment from a qualified medical professional rather than self-medicating.

In conclusion, Dr. Ademola stressed the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, including exercise, a nutritious diet, and quitting smoking and drinking. According to him, these habits can reduce the risk of developing conditions like obesity and cardiovascular disease, which are major risk factors for erectile dysfunction.

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