A little weight loss could help men in the bedroomPosted on June 12, 2017
It is interesting that men may not consider their weight when dealing with sexual dysfunction. New reports show that just as with women being overweight can be a contributing factor. Most men tend to carry their weight in the abdomen. Dr. Kim explains to his male patients that they should address concerns with weight before they have a true weight problem. Many men are afraid to have body contouring surgery because they believe that it is for lazy and overweight people. This is not true. Liposuction surgery is excellent for men who want a more defined abdomen without love handles. Dr. Kim is able to use his artistic ability to sculpt and shape the abdomen and waist line. Needless to say a confident man who is fit and feels good about how he looks exudes sex appeal. According to The Los Angeles Times obese men who want to improve their sexual health might have another solution besides their erectile dysfunction drugs. A study finds that overweight men who lost just 5% of their weight over eight weeks saw improvements in erectile dysfunction, sexual desire and urinary tract symptoms.