Watermelon for ED: Natural Viagra- The Hidden Secret

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Watermelon for ED: Natural Viagra- The Hidden Secret

Imagine enjoying a hot summer with a slice of sweet juicy watermelon and thinking to yourself, “this will spice up my sex life.”

Well, you might say that if you are among the 30 million men in the United States who have some degree of erectile dysfunction.

Most men have an occasional episode of being trouble getting an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse; this emotionally devastating can be life-altering.

The good news is that there are some foods that improve erectile dysfunction and watermelon happen to be one of them.

How does watermelon help erectile dysfunction?

Watermelon contains special compounds called citrulline, a type of amino acid which relaxes and dilates blood vessels much like Viagra.

This is the reason why watermelon is also known as natural Viagra.

Men with erectile dysfunction, impaired nerve impulses and blood flow to and within the penis is a critical factor, citrulline has the ability to relax the blood vessels, which in turn improves blood flow to the penis.

Actually, it is not just the citrulline that improves blood circulation but your body also converts citrulline to arginine all by itself.

Arginine is another form of amino acid that promotes nitric oxide which plays an important role in relaxing blood vessels and improves blood flow to your overall body.

According to a study conducted at the Department of Urology and Renal Transplantation, Italy, found out that a consumption of citrulline can significantly improve the condition of erectile dysfunction.

In a single-blind study, researchers gave men with mild erectile dysfunction a placebo for 1 month and a citrulline supplement (1.5 g/d) for another month.

The hardness of their erection and number of intercourses and satisfaction were recorded.

The results showed an improvement in erection hardness and erectile function, so also the number of sexual intercourses per month increased as compared to those who only take a placebo.

References

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21195829

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