What is Sexual Decline?

The Downward Spiral Of Sexual Decline.

Sex is an important part of every man’s life. But, it’s more than just a pleasurable activity and means of procreation. It affects mental health, interpersonal relationships, and a variety of other health areas. Men need to take care of their sexual health in order to engage and reap the benefits.

Every man needs to possess the three sexual health markers in order to participate in sex: sex drive (libido), arousal quality (erections) and metabolic efficiency (stamina). These markers can become weaker with age, lifestyle factors, and progression through the three stages of sexual function.

Stage 1

Sexual Prime

(age 18-30)

  • Hard, fast and sometimes sporadic erections
  • Strong libido and sex-drive
  • Long-lasting erections and sexual energy

Stage 2

Sexual Decline

(age 30-70)

  • Softer, more difficult to achieve erections
  • Reduced libido, desire for sex
  • Reduced stamina and ability to maintain erections

Stage 3

Sexual Dysfunction

(age 50+)

  • Failure to achieve erections
  • Very low or almost non-existent libido
  • Failure to maintain erections and very low sexual energy.

Stage 1

Sexual Prime

(age 18-30)

Stage 2

Sexual Decline

(age 30-70)

Stage 3

Sexual Dysfunction

(age 50+)

  • Hard, fast and sometimes sporadic erections
  • Strong libido and sex-drive
  • Long-lasting erections and sexual energy
libido
  • Softer, more difficult to achieve erections
  • Reduced libido, desire for sex
  • Reduced stamina and ability to maintain erections
libido
  • Failure to achieve erections
  • Very low or almost non-existent libido
  • Failure to maintain erections and very low sexual energy.

When any or all of the three sexual health markers start functioning at less than healthy, optimal levels, it could be a sign of sexual decline.

The symptoms of sexual decline can be not only embarrassing, they can also be indicative of an underlying health issue that needs to be addressed.

What causes sexual decline symptoms?

When bio-drivers aren’t running at their peak, the physical symptoms of sexual decline occur. Reduction of these bio-drivers, which leads to the breakdown of sexual health markers, can be caused by a variety of age and lifestyle factors. These can include stress, smoking, diet, quality of sleep, medical conditions, and side effects of certain medications.

Causes
Age, smoking, lifestyle factors, and medical conditions.
Effects
Reduction of bio-drivers testosterone, nitric oxide, blood flow, and metabolic efficiency.
Consequences
Breakdown of sexual health markers libido, arousal quality, and stamina.
Outcomes
Decline in sexual function, strength, performance, and enjoyment.

Testosterone levels drop
A decreased sex drive can be caused by low levels of testosterone, which can go down 2-4% every year after age 35 based on lifestyle habits and overall health.

Nitric oxide production descreases and blood flow slows
By age 40, men produce up to 55% less nitric oxide than they did in their prime, which leads to problems achieving and/or maintaining erections. This may be due to a number of factors, including certain lifestyle risks (smoking, alcohol abuse and other drug use), as well as other medical conditions (diabetes, high blood pressure, and cholesterol or lipid problems).

Metabolic Function Declines
A man’s metabolism naturally declines slowly with age based on certain lifestyle factors. Once he hits age 50, the rate of decline rapidly increases causing a loss of energy, stamina, and sexual endurance.

35

Testosterone
levels drop 2-4% every year after age 35.

40

Nitric Oxide
production is decreased up to 55% by age 40.

50

Metabolism
begins to rapidly affect men by the age of 50.

What you can do about sexual decline.

Luckily, there are things you can do to start regaining your sexual strength. Talk to your healthcare provider about how sexual decline symptoms could be negatively impacting your sexual health and the best ways to improve them.

PROVARIN is for men experiencing sexual decline.

Only PROVARIN addresses all 3 of your bio-drivers, providing the fuel to combat decline and improve your sexual strength.

If you're experiencing symptoms of sexual decline but aren't ready for a prescription, PROVARIN may be right for you.

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