Erectile dysfunction (ED) is more than just difficulty maintaining an erection, it can be an early warning sign for potentially serious heart conditions or mental health issues. The majority of men with ED need non-pharmacological intervention to treat ED. At ZestED, our doctors understand that to effectively treat ED, you need to treat the whole body. Our holistic health clinic provides advice on lifestyle modification, non-surgical treatments, natural supplements and prescriptions from our own US-based pharmacy.
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Erectile dysfunction (ED) is defined as trouble getting or keeping an erection that's firm enough for sexual intercourse. Exact estimates vary, but experts agree that ED is the most common form of sexual dysfunction affecting men, making it highly common. The risk of developing ED becomes higher as men age.
ED happens when blood flow to the penis is limited, or there is damage to the nerves. This can be caused by metabolic syndrome, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis (hardening or blocked arteries) and psychological reasons (e.g. depression, stress, anxiety disorders).
Working under the supervision of our medical director, our Clinical Care Coordinators will provide a concierge level of care for you. We work as an extension of your physician’s practice.
You will also receive additional information about ED or low Testosterone from our Clinical Care Coordinators, including access to proprietary videos which focus on lifestyle changes and sensate therapy.
Our Care Coordinators provide you with important information about your medications, how to get the best result, potential side effects and alternatives.
They will follow up to make sure the prescribed medications are effective and, if not, will either make recommendations back to your physician or have one of our physicians do a telemed visit with you and change the prescription.
With ZestED, depending on the specific cause, ED can be reversed through a combination of healthy lifestyle changes, supplements, non-surgical treatments, or medication. In order to pursue the appropriate course of treatment for ED, patients should be evaluated by a physician to rule out any underlying conditions like the ones mentioned above.