Poor sexual performance can be a real concern for anyone and it’s not surprising that pills, tablets, and tonics all claiming to dramatically improve your sex life have greatly flooded the markets especially the internet. It’s important to be informed on what you can buy to help, what is safe to use, and what really works.
Causes of Low Sexual Performance
i. Physical (a side effect of certain medicines).
ii. Lifestyle (smoking, drinking too much alcohol, taking recreational drugs like cocaine or cannabis).
iii. Psychological (anxiety, depression, or previously traumatic sexual encounters).
iv. Poor health.
v. Relationship problems.
vi. Hormonal disorders.
Do you need sex supplements? If your answer is yes, here are some important things to bear in mind before making a choice.
i. Find out the cause
It’s been established already that low sexual performance can be due to several reasons such as medications, lifestyle choices like smoking and drinking excessive alcohol, psychological and emotional problems etc. It’s important to know which of the factors the culprit is. This will help determine if the administration of sex supplements is necessary.
ii. They are not curative
Many sexual dysfunctions are related to physiological and medical causes. Some are only temporary and may go back as soon as a certain medication or procedure stop. So if you want to fasten your sexual urges even while under medication, then you need to visit your doctor first before taking any enhancement supplement.
iii. Consult medical experts
It can be very dangerous to take pills without full knowledge of what they contain and how the ingredients could react in your body. The only way to safely (and effectively) improve your sex life with pills, is by taking medicines prescribed to you by a registered doctor, after a proper discussion about your needs and personal medical history.
Handling or preventing sexual problems properly with treatment will depend on the cause. If there are deeper, psychological issues, or problems in your relationships, then you should try to resolve these as well. The first step is seeing a medical doctor.