Why Overweight Men Have Less Sex
Research shows that nearly 30 million men in the United States have an Erectile Dysfunction (ED) problem, but surprising, 50% of this, or 15 million men suffering this problem are overweight; check this out:
Researchers found that men with waistlines of 42 inches were twice as likely to have erectile dysfunction (ED) as men with 32-inch waistlines. A study of nearly 2,000 men age 51 to 88, conducted by Eric Rimm, an associate professor of epidemiology and nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health, indicated that more than a third of the participants suffered moderate to severe erectile dysfunction. In addition to weighing more, these men were also likely to be less active and suffer from associated health conditions such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
( Source Psychology Today)
This study makes total sense as an erected penis is related to good circulation, so if extra pounds are the problem, bad circulation can be all "around" you. If you wanted or were looking for a better reason to lose weight, here you have it, lose weight and have more and better sex. On the other hand, if you want to prevent future problems with ED, keep exercising and follow a healthy diet, this will prevent your sex life from being at a risk.
On a past post I also mentioned how being overweight can trick your head making you feel that your penis is small. Having fat deposits in your belly and pubic area makes the penis sink in, hide out, giving you an illusion that is smaller. So there you have it, go for a walk and get on a healthy diet to lose those extra pounds.