Poor sexual performance in men can lead to anxiety and low self-esteem. When performance is concerned, usually the first thing that comes to mind is Viagra and other pharmacological options. Little known is the fact that performance can be effectively enhanced with the help of natural supplements and lifestyle modifications. By making simple changes, one can reduce anxiety, increase stamina, and improve the sexual relationship.
The overall general well-being has a great impact on sexual performance, as an unhealthy body is less likely to perform well in bed. Therefore, it is necessary to focus on your daily lifestyle. Taking a balanced diet having adequate calories and exercising regularly can be extremely beneficial. Both aerobic and resistance exercises are helpful. There are specific exercises too, meant to increase the stamina.
In addition to lifestyle changes, supplements can also be used to increase sexual ability. Taking vitamins and nutrient supplements for a particular condition not only treat that but also exert additional beneficial effects because of the presence of other compounds. This means a supplement does not only boost performance but also improves general health.
When coming to the selection of the right supplement, one should be well-aware of the ingredients in it. Considering the benefits of Niacin in sexual health, supplements such as Chainsaw, Ball Refill, and Blacksnake, prepared by Vigor labs, are a safe option, as the key ingredient of these supplements is Niacin. The overall effects of these drugs are good, and there is no major toxicity seen, but it is good to seek the doctor's advice if there is a pre-existing medical condition.
Niacin, commonly known as vitamin B3 or nicotinic acid, is an essential micronutrient required for many metabolic activities in the body including those which are essential for sexual health. It plays a major role in the promotion of sexual well-being because of multiple reasons.
Dr. Kiran Iqbal, MD
Blogger, Health Enthusiast and Researcher
*Effect of Niacin on Erectile Function in Men Suffering Erectile Dysfunction and Dyslipidemia. Chi‐Fai Ng, MD, Chui‐Ping Lee, PhD, Allen L. Ho, MBChB, Vivian W.Y. Lee, PhD. The Journal of Sexual Medicine. VOLUME 8, ISSUE 10, P2883-2893, OCTOBER 01, 2011