We've encountered so many questions about how high blood pressure and hypertension can impact your sex life, that we decided to devote the next few weeks to writing about it.
High blood pressure can have big negative consequences on your physical and mental health. But there’s good news amid the gloom: keeping your BP out of the danger zone doesn’t have to be just about restraint. Instead find your perfect and perfectly fun blood pressure-release valves.
Diuretics and beta blockers are good at lowering high blood pressure, but they may also come with side effects like erectile dysfunction. What are other alternatives?
Is it dangerous to have sex if you have high blood pressure or prehypertension?
So what can you do to make sure you maintain a healthy blood pressure and get back to your desired sex life? This guide offers some basic tips.
Loss of libido is a common problem in both men and women at some point in their life. Many of the factors can be readily managed. Interestingly, everything you do to increase your sex drive also helps reduce your blood pressure. Coincidence?
You probably already know high blood pressure increases your risk for heart attack, but did you also know it can be a cause of sexual problems. Hypertension can lead to erectile dysfunction, lower libidos and less interest in sex for both men and women. But it doesn’t have to.