Updated: Jan 1
Trouble getting or keeping an erection seems like it’s just a “down there” problem. For many men, though, it is much more. Erectile dysfunction, as it is formally known, is often an early warning sign of heart disease or other circulatory problems.
From a purely mechanical perspective, an erection is a hydraulic event—extra blood must be delivered to the penis, kept there for a while, then drained away. An erection may not happen if something interferes with blood flow to the penis.
That something is often atherosclerosis, the artery-clogging process at the root of most angina (chest pain with exercise or stress), heart attacks, strokes, and other cardiovascular conditions. One result of this disease process is the accumulation of cholesterol-filled plaque inside arteries. Plaque can inhibit blood flow through an artery.
The effect on health depends on what tissue or organ the plaque-damaged artery nourishes. Plaque in a coronary artery can cause angina (chest pain with exercise or stress) or a heart attack. In an artery in the brain, it can cause memory loss, dementia, or stroke. As described in Erectile Dysfunction, a Special Health Report from Harvard Medical School, atherosclerosis in arteries supplying the penis can prevent the increase in blood flow needed to start or sustain an erection.
In fact, blood vessel problems are the leading cause of erectile dysfunction. That’s why Harvard’s Dr. Michael P. O’Leary, the medical editor of the report, says that
Erections “serve as a barometer for overall health,”
and that erectile dysfunction can be an early warning sign of trouble in the heart or elsewhere.
What is Stem Cell ?
Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body during early life and growth. In addition, in many tissues they serve as a sort of internal repair system, dividing essentially without limit to replenish other cells as long as the person or animal is still alive. When a stem cell divides, each new cell has the potential either to remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a more specialised function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a brain cell.
How is it beneficial ?
Reverse your health for decades back
Stem Cells hold multiple characteristics which can be therapeutically beneficial for many chronic diseases and in the quest to slow ageing, in turn extending life.
Some of these potentially beneficial characteristics are:
Immune Modulation: stem cells have the ability to modulate immune responses and control inflammation
Stimulatory Secretions: stem cells produce a range of various stimulatory secretions that aid in repair and regeneration
Re-population of Stem Cell Pools: newly introduced stem cells with young biological age can repopulate our stem cell pools
The overall improvement
You can expect improvements after stem cell therapy, including but not limited to:
Mental and Emotional improvements.
Improvements in Energy Levels.
Improvement in the Overall Quality of Life.
Reduction of the effects of the degenerative ailments, fewer wrinkles, reduced fatigue, reduced joint stiffness, mental and emotional improvement as well as improved vitality and libido.
During a typical stem cell anti-aging treatment, 10 to 20 million cell of umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells are given to the patient by IV infusions. This young optimized pool of stem cells works in a number of ways:
Repopulating of ageing stem cells pools
Regeneration of degraded tissue
Modulation of the immune system
Cell-to-Cell stimulatory effects
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by Dr. Chontirot Srikasedsarakul
Dr. Chontirot Srikasedsarakul is a specialist in Genomics, Dermatology and Aesthetics. She has received qualifications from numerous educational institutions like Stanford University, U.S.A.; the University of Queensland, Australia; Chulalongkorn University, Thailand and the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine.