It tastes good, it keeps you alert, it is healthy for the heart, and now it is found to completely relieve ED.
It works even if you have chronic health issues that are the cause for your ED, such as obesity or high blood pressure.
It’s also cheap and available pretty much on every street corner.
However, the amount matters greatly to get the best results.
A team of seven researchers published the results of their investigation on the relationship between caffeinated drinks and ED in the online journal PLOS ONE.
As they wanted the strongest conclusion possible, they tested the effects of caffeine consumption on a group that was at a serious risk of ED, namely, men who were overweight and obese, hypertensive, and diabetic.
They analyzed the information of 3,724 men who had participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. In addition, they asked the men to report their level of ED in an online self-interview.
Armed with these details, they crunched the numbers.
The conclusion? Men who consumed 85-170 mg of caffeine per day are 42% less likely than non-drinkers to suffer erectile dysfunction, while those who consume 171-303 mg of it were 39% less likely than non-drinkers to have erectile problems.
This conclusion holds only for overweight, obese, and hypertensive men. However, the effects of type 2 diabetes on ED is too strong for caffeine to counteract.
Notice that more was not necessarily better. So, limit your caffeine consumption to 170 mg of caffeine or it may create other health issues.