Smoking and Tobacco can cause clogging of the arteries in the pelvis area, which reduces the flow
of blood to the genitals. Since erections are caused by increased blood flow to the penis, this can contribute to erectile dysfunction. Source: Wake Forest University. Other studies
state that the chemicals in tobacco may also affect the regulation of the male hormone testosterone.
Performing Erectile Dysfunction Exercises Exercises can be performed that are meant to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, especially the
pubococcygeus or PC muscle. A strong PC muscle in men can improve erections and help to control premature ejaculation. Sometimes referred to as
Kegel exercises (after Dr Arnold Kegel) are a set of exercises to strengthen and give voluntary control over the pubococcygeus muscles.
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