Chinese doctors often say masturbation is the first and foremost reason of impotence for men. That is, to treat impotence, it is important to stop the ‘hand-shaking’ that too often develops to habit-forming status. Next step is to ease the tension and anxiety. The third step is to be very prudent when taking medicines that may cause it. Take full rest by changing the pattern of sex life: be more moderate and don’t be exposed to too much stimulation.
The role of woman spouse is also important: wife should not be a burden to her husband and never look down on his ‘ability to erect his thing’. Confidence is, no doubt, the most crucial factor for men who are in the doldrums.
The patient of impotence should not be shy to his doctor to tell his problem specifically in order to recover it as short period of time as possible. Always be happy, smile and don’t lose the regularity of life pattern.
Immunity and resisting power should be toughened by proper dietary and medicinal treatments: the exercises like swimming, jogging, mount climbing are recommended in that they can improve the cardiorespiratory conditions in the body and activate the vivid blood circulation and oxygen supply, all of which is to increase the amount of blood flowing into penis.
Even in the oriental medicine, too much intake of herbal medicine that can boost only ‘yang-ki’ which is known to be pretty helpful for stamina is being told to be avoided. Balance needs to kept between ‘yin’ and ‘yang’.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is about finding the balance between all things and staying Middle Way.