When NOT to use Viagra or Cialis
In the movie the Matrix Neo is given a choice to take the blue pill or the red pill. The blue pill would allow him to remain in the fabricated reality of the Matrix, therefore living the “ignorance of illusion”, while the red pill would lead to his escape from the Matrix and into the real world, therefore living the “truth of reality.”
Here I will highlight three cases in which the men took the “blue pill” but ultimately it was the “red pill” that turned out to be the appropriate choice. These men were 35-45yrs old and in perfect physical health. Their doctors had given them Viagra. They came to me because either the pill did not work or they didn’t feel right about taking it long term.
What I discovered is that:
Case #1 had a long-term porn addiction, which escalated to taking sex vacations.
Case #2 had been in a 10-year marriage and his spouse suddenly and recently passed away.
Case #3 was living on stimulants and was typically only home 3 days a month due to business travel.
The reality is…to experience performance issues under all of these circumstances is NORMAL, yet the circumstances are not normal.
Porn addiction typically creates a negative consequence in a man’s life. An alarming new study shows that 1 in 4 guys under the age of 30 are already experiencing porn-related erectile dysfunction.
Grieving can be a lengthy process that requires time and support. Listen to your penis. If he’s not ready, then take more time to heal and get support if needed.
I believe stress is the number one killer of “hard on’s.” One question I ask my clients is “if you have to drug yourself to get through the day, isn’t it time to reevaluate your life?”
Through receiving my guidance and support each one of these men now have very happy penises.
The bottom line is that if you are in perfect physical health and you’re having erectile dysfunction then I invite you to look a little deeper and take “the red pill.”
Facing reality can be tough but the only way out is through.
Disclaimer: This post is not intended to discredit doctors. Every doctor I know has dedicated their entire life to helping his or her patients. They want to solve the problem and are using the best options that they are aware of.