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The Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy

by Alisa Princy (2020-02-22)

This had already The Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Review proved that if men had high levels of cholesterol and rising blood pressure, the risk of heart disease increased by a factor of four. Should the man also smoke, drink more than a minimum amount of alcohol and be overweight, the risk increased even higher. Once the evidence of erectile dysfunction was factored into this and the data from other studies, it became obvious that the symptom of erectile dysfunction was a predictor of the heart disease. The reason is easy to explain. The artery leading into the penis is about a quarter the size of the main arteries closest to the heart. If the arteries are beginning to fill up with plaque, this is the first place you will get a direct symptom. Fortunately this problem is easy to treat. There are drugs and lifestyle changes to make. With these simple steps, the build-up of plaque is stopped and the risk of heart disease disappears. This is wonderful news except for the development of the online pharmacy industry. For better or worse, men remain deeply ashamed of erectile dysfunction and, even though the training of doctors has improved, men now find they can avoid the embarrassment of admitting the problem face-to-face. Buying online protects their privacy with no need to queue at the local drugstore for collection of the medication. Now that men no longer routinely see their doctors, the chance to test for heart disease has disappeared. The moral of this story should therefore be obvious. If you are under the age of 40 and you have erectile dysfunction, you can still buy your Levitra online. This saves you money and is a confidential service. But you should also go and have the tests performed for artherosclerosis. If the tests confirm the problem, you can have the treatment and expect to enjoy a long life. With Levitra's help, your sex life will be back on track and you will have extra years to enjoy it. Ignore the symptoms and run the risk of a stroke or heart attack within five years.