Erectile Dysfunction (ED) can be extremely frustrating for men and put a damper on their relationships and sex life. African American men are more likely to experience ED than other races due to inherent factors and lifestyle choices. How does apple cider vinegar play into this and can it help with ED?
Read below to find out.
There is little scientific research to support apple cider vinegar as an effective alternative treatment method for ED, but it may help manage some of the medical conditions that can cause males to experience ED.
Anecdotal evidence and folk medical tradition both suggest that ED can be improved by using apple cider vinegar. Because apple cider vinegar has little to no effects, many men have considered it an alternative to ED drugs that have adverse side effects. However, it isn’t recommended to stop your other methods of treatment altogether, but rather use apple cider vinegar in conjunction with them.
Common Factors of ED
These are the most common factors that may cause you to develop ED:
- relationship issues
- kidney disease
- multiple sclerosis
- type 2 diabetes
- heart disease
- high blood pressure or high cholesterol
- injuries to the penis due to surgery or trauma
- bladder or prostate cancer
- bladder or prostate surgery
Anecdotal evidence has suggested that apple cider vinegar can reduce the following common factors associated with ED, according to MedicalNewsToday: