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Soft Erection Due To Too Much Junk Food
There’s nothing like comfort food when you’re having a rough day. But eat too much of it, and you wind up feeling worse than you started. That’s usually the sign that you’ve overindulged, and you won’t be likely to again for a while. However, for those who routinely eat junk food, there can be serious consequences. Regularly consuming foods high in saturated fats leads to arteriosclerosis, or a buildup of plaque inside the arteries.
 
Plaque
Plaque building inside an artery is much like placing your finger partially over a hose. Initially, the flow of water may be slow, but steady. As your finger is pushed farther and farther over the spout, less water emerges, and what does come out is highly pressurized. Imagine how hard your heart has to work to pump blood through that tiny hole! And an overstrained heart isn’t the end of it.
 
The muscles in the penis need to receive nitric oxide in order to erect the penis. When the arteries are clogged due to the buildup of plaque, the penis doesn’t receive the nitric oxide it needs. The result? Either a soft erection, or none at all. If that isn’t enough to make you stop pigging out on junk food, I don’t know what is.
 
Luckily, there are ways to combat this issue, even after side effects have begun to emerge, such as soft erections, difficulty maintaining an erection, or inability to become erect. Removing foods high in saturated fats will prevent your body from adding more plaque to the situation. Exercise can help the arteries to regain elasticity, having become stiffened by the buildup of plaque. Beyond these measures, there is herbal aid that may relieve the problem. 
 
Herbal Aid
Cnidium Monnier contains the organic chemicals archangelicin, columbianetin, O-acetylcolumbianetin, and, of course, cnidiadin and cnidimine, all of which induce nitric oxide production and prevent against oxidative damages due to age. Curculigo Ochoides enhances the ability of the penis to experience erection and increases sperm count. Cornus Officinalis can lower blood pressure; an important factor to consider when dealing with hardened arteries.

A multifaceted herb, Epimedium Grandiflorum, also known as Horny Goat Weed, contains a special molecule, icariin, which is a cGMP-specific PDE-5 inhibitor that prevents venous leaks while maintaining an erection. Epimedium also regulates sex hormones, provides vital antioxidants, which slows the aging process, and offers anti-atherosclerosis and antidepressant chemicals. Mucuna Pruriens seeds contain high concentrations of levodopa, a direct parent to dopamine. 
 
Dopamine is a neurotransmitter, meaning it relays messages to and from the brain. Reduced levels of dopamine creates illnesses such as Parkinson’s disease, and is suspected to also be a contributing factor in ADHD and schizophrenia. Better communication between brain and penis means quicker, stronger erections. 
 
Mucuna Pruriens also promotes the production of testosterone and L-dopa. Rehmannia Glutinosa contains a special type of protein called iridoid glycosides, which are said to contain catalpol. Catalpol is revered by TCM doctors for reducing the inflammation of the artery walls that lead to more blood being allowed through more quickly, creating a better, faster erection. 
 
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