Psoas Muscle and Erectile Dysfunction
In a research paper published in Andrologia, by the department of Urology Graduate School of Medical Services & Sciences, Kyushu University, Japan – several hormonal and physical activities determine and have input into men’s sexual function.
From the research cited here, there is evidence to show the ratio of the Psoas muscle may contribute to sexual activity and erectile function.
These results also suggest that the pelvic floor muscles coordinate work with muscles surrounding the abdominal cavity.
This 3-year study [below] into back pain across the globe published in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet reports that our current treatments for back pain are lacking in evidence of effectiveness.
This research paper [below] shows how the Psoas Major Muscle exerts huge compression and sheer forces on our low spine resulting in crumpling and severely shearing the lumbar spine.
A healthy Psoas muscle contribute to improving pelvic floor muscle function, thereby leading to better sexual function.
Conclusion: Thick psoas muscle is a predictive marker of sexual activity and erectile dysfunction.
Thus, the psoas muscle volume could provide supportive information about sexual function.
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Conflict of Interest: The author declares that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.