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Hispanic Men Face Elevated Risk of Erectile Dysfunction

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Hispanic men between the ages of 20 and 50 are two and one half times as likely to develop erectile dysfunction (ED) as men of other races and ethnicities, according to a 2005 study of 2126 men published in the American Medical Association's "Archives of Internal Medicine".(1) Put another way, study results show 12.5% of Hispanic men in this age range are afflicted with this condition, and when the population is expanded to include older Hispanic men, the rate rises to 40%, or twice that of other ethnic groups. These study results control for lifestyle and health conditions, such as diabetes, that contribute to ED, and evidence the same outcome when Mexican American and other Hispanic groups are considered in isolation. Doctors find no conclusive explanation for the higher risk Hispanics face of developing ED, citing a need for further research.

Of late there has been no lack of interest in treatments for erectile problems. In Mexico men have turned to The Sensual Tea, a product introduced there in 2004 and now Mexico's best selling all natural sexual health supplement. The Tea has just been released in the U.S., available online at . Its popularity among Mexican men is based on three key factors -- 1) its high 87.3% rate of effectiveness in treating erectile difficulties and premature ejaculation; 2) its safety as an all-natural herbal remedy with no side effects; and 3) its ability to help prevent erectile problems from developing in the first place. It is this last point that is especially noteworthy in view of just-released medical research on the topic.

A new medical study, published in the July, 2008 issue of the American Journal of Medicine(2), gives some insight into how erectile dysfunction can be prevented. Physicians in Norway evaluated 989 men ages 55 to 75 and determined that normal erectile function could be maintained by frequent sex, defined as at least once weekly. Freedom from erectile problems corresponded directly with the level of sexual activity, more sex equating to fewer instances of erectile difficulties. "It is possible to prevent sexual problems from ever occurring," says CRB Ventures President Christian Beasley. "The Sensual Tea overcomes low libido and sexual fatigue and enhances the pleasure and intensity of sex. Simply put, with more pleasure there is more frequent sex, and with frequent sex, erectile problems will not develop." Most men will agree -- few things matter more. Good sexual health over a lifetime is a gift that can't be measured, worth more than a bit of holiday cheer.

CRB Ventures, LLC is the largest U.S. distributor of The Sensual Tea. The company is dedicated to providing proven superior supplements to enhance people's lives. Visit



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