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Veli-Jussi Jalkanen,
Sitting Health Expert

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How doctors encounter patients with erectile dysfunctions

During their studies doctors do not train interaction skills and how to encounter patients. If meeting patients and listening to them does not come naturally to you, no amount of training can help.

Most patients are worried, some deeply distressed.  Of course, the doctor should know how to listen and discuss, because he is familiar with the diagnosis and possible treatments.

The doctor's own confusion make them unable to properly face the patient. First of all, doctors do not usually understand the essence of health and disease. They are often timid and shy about the human body and especially about sexuality. Therefore, they also do not know how to discuss the disabled people’s sexual needs.

For all the above reasons, the doctors who should be experts, are often obese and in worse shape than others with as high an education, their average age is surprisingly low, and depression and suicide occur often.

The shame is on those who plan the medical education. Doctors’ studies concentrate on diagnostics and pharmacology, in other words "what is the problem and which pill cures it". Medical colleges are too often indirectly controlled by pharmaceutical companies, the object being increasing the use of drugs and speaking ill of non-medical treatments.

Some advice to those suffering from erectile dysfunctions: try to enhance blood circulation in your pelvic area, and male hormone activity. Don’t use tight pants and underpants, sit almost exclusively on a two-part saddle chair, get up and move two times per hour, take physical exercise and cold "baths", take vitamin D 200 mcg, nitro-oxide and other vasodilators, increase testosterone production through various means, have acupuncture and engage yourself in erotically stimulating situations. You may be surprised.