The Best Alternative for Viagra to Treat Erectile Dysfunction

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Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy for ED is a safer and more effective treatment for erectile dysfunction than oral ED medications!

ESWT – a Drug-free, Non-Invasive Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction
According to current statistics, ED or erectile dysfunction is a very common problem. 1 in 4 men over 35 have issues with ED, and more than 50% of men over 55 have reported some level of ED. Despite the availability of Viagra and many other oral ED medications, a lot of men would prefer a drug-free treatment for ED.

Some of these men cannot take oral ED drugs because they are taking meds for heart disease. Others have been “let down,” by their results with Viagra, and still, others do not want the hassles, or the costs related to ED prescription drugs.

For all of these men, and anyone seeking an alternative ED treatment, shockwave treatment for ED may be the answer. Shockwave therapy, also known as Electro-Shock therapy, or extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT), uses shockwaves, or “pulsed wave energy,” to improve blood flow and reverse the damage that can lead to ED.

How Can Shockwaves Help Men With ED?

The technical term for this type of treatment is “extracorporeal shock wave therapy,” or Electro Shock Wave Treatment (ESWT) for ED.

The latest in shockwave therapy for ED is called the GAINSWave™. But, no matter what you call it, basically the technique uses shockwaves to improve blood flow to your penis, and therefore, it is an ideal treatment for “vasculogenic” erectile dysfunction. Vasculogenic ED is ED that is primarily caused by the breakdown of the vessels that supply blood to the penis.

In extracorporeal shock wave therapy for ED, the pulsating waves open up blood vessels in the penis that tend to break down as you age. ESWT also stimulates the growth of new blood vessels. The increased blood flow results in longer, stronger and more sustainable erections.

In addition, low-intensity shock wave therapy for ED has been shown to stimulate the release of specific “growth factors” within the penis. These growth factors also lead to “neovascularization,” or the growth of new blood vessels throughout the penis and erectile tissue.

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