Erectile dysfunction is a significant and common medical problem. Recent epidemiologic studies suggest that approximately 10% of men aged 40-70 have severe or complete erectile dysfunction, defined as the total inability to achieve or maintain erections sufficient for sexual performance.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability of a man to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for his sexual needs or the needs of his partner. It can be a sign of a physical or psychological condition. It can cause stress, relationship strain and low self-confidence.
Treatment of ED depends on what is causing it. According to Ayurveda, there are three doshas or elements present in our body: vata, pitta and kapha which should be in balance. The ejaculatory function depends on the apana vayu, one of the five types of vayu is located in the testicles.
When a man has desire (ichcha) to have sex, arousal intensifies actions of vayu and at this moment highly active vayu liberates the teja or heat of pitta. Thus tejas and vayu increase body temperature, heart beat and blood flow causing erection. When there is vitiation in any of the dosha it will lead to Klaibya (Erectile dysfunction).
At FMH Clinic, each individual is analysed constitutionally (using AI) followed by proper Ayurvedic disease diagnosis and then we provide personalized herbal mix, that is unique to each individual and their body type (dosha), identifying the underlying factors in the ailment.
Our FMH personalized medicine for ED, helps to improve the reproductive system and enhances sexual function. They act on the higher center of the brain. The hypothalamus and limbic system also claims to have anti-stress, adaptogenic actions, which helps to alleviate anxiety associated with sexual desire and performance.
Multi-action herbs of FMH personalized supplement gives, relief from all, sexual disorders like infertility, erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation also helps to
- Enhancing or maintaining sexual ability.
- Balancing hormones and providing adequate nutrients for a healthy reproductive system.