Sex Life

Leech Therapy effectively help

to get a strong erection.

penis-blood-circulationIn a healthy human artery endothelium produces the necessary amount of nitric oxide (NO). It is also able to increase its production in response to nerve impulses, or changes in blood flow due to increased demand. A physiological amount of nitric oxide is continuously produced, and consequently the systemic arteries are always in a partial „diastole” – ie. Relaxation. But for many men due to the progress of atherosclerosis, hormonal imbalances caused by aging and testosterone deficiency, penile injury, neuroses, mental tension, or disorders of the sympathetic nervous system – the production of nitric oxide is too weak or short-lived. This leads to disturbed – weak and too short-lived erections.

Thanks to the medical leech is an increase nitric oxide levels, one of the most important sexual neurotransmitters. With nitric oxide men have fewer problems with erections, easier to reach orgasm, and women feel a stronger desire. Nitric oxide (NO) is a gas produced naturally in the human body, mainly by endothelial cells in blood vessels.

In men, nitric oxide is secreted by endothelial cells and nerve endings in the corpora cavernosa of the penis. The result of the relaxation of the muscles of the penis to an increased amount of blood flows, resulting in erection. Nitric oxide activates an enzyme called guanylyl cyclase which results in the production of cGMP (cyclic guanosine monophosphate), a substance responsible for the expansion of the blood vessels. It is through cGMP genitals fill with blood, and in men to get an erection.

Men with erectile problems have reduced levels of nitric oxide. liderinpostacienago_5

In women dilates blood vessels under the influence of NO increases blood flow and, consequently, congestion and swelling surrounding the vulva and clitoris and vaginal moisturizing fluid production.

Nitric oxide also reduces high blood pressure and prevent blood clots – which is why it is important in the fight against cardiovascular diseases.