The stress of modern day living is causing enormous burden on healthcare globally. Lifestyle sexual disease are disease that appear to increase in frequency as countries become more industrialized and people live longer. They can include Erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, low libido, semen leakage, infertility etc. etc.
The condition is specially worse in India where historically the ratio of a physician to population was 100000 to l. With lack of expertise in treating sexual dysfunctions from provider side and lack of understanding among people has created a complicated situation. Experts forecast that by 2020 nearly half of the adult population will be affected by some kind of sexual dysfunction in India.
Diet and lifestyle are two main factors thought to influence susceptibility to many sexual diseases in men. Drug abuse, tobacco, smoking and alcohol drinking as well as lack of exercise may also increase the risky of developing certain sexual problems especially later in life.
In many western countries people began to eat more meat, dairy products, vegetable oils, sugary foods and alcoholic beverages during the later half of the 20th century. People also developed sedentary lifestyles and greater rate of obesity. Rates of impotence, erectile dysfunction, and low libido started increasing after this dietary change. People in developing countries whose diet still depends largely on low sugar starchy foods with little meat or fat have lower rates of these Sexual problems.
The new approach requires a dedicated team effort of physician, doctor, yoga expert and herbalists who work across their traditional thoughts.
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