ERECTILE DISORDERS AND LOSS OF LIBIDO
4 millions of men are concerned
- 1 in 3 men in France suffer from erectile disorders after the age of 40 years1
- 13% of men over the age of 40 say they have a loss of sexual desire (libido)2
Consequently, more than 4 million men are affected by libido or erectile disorders.
The reasons for this inconvenience are many and multifactorial. 80% of problems are psychogenic, 10% are purely organic in nature and 10% are of mixed origin.
Erectile disorders can be related to a low testosterone level.
Testosterone deficiency syndrome affects 6-9% of men aged 40 to 70 years3,4 and rises to 15-30% in diabetic or obese subjects.
The reduction in testosterone is unavoidable and related to age.
Other factors can also be the root cause of erectile disorders, such as metabolic syndrome linked to obesity, high blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes.
WHAT SOLUTIONS ARE THERE?
PDE5 inhibitors (such as Viagra, Cialis, Spedra) also make up part of the solution that are suggested.
These ‘drugs’ have a mechanical action (30 minutes until 2 hours after taken). They require medical monitoring and in some cases are poorly tolerated.
Furthermore, 30% of patients who take PDE5 inhibitors do not respond to these treatment.
SERELYS PHARMA's SOLUTION : Manolis®
Manolis® is a unique and patented synergy of 3 natural active ingredients : Tribulus terrestris, Ecklonia bicyclis and chitosan.
This unique complex called Tradamixina® has been proven to be safe and effective in various clinical studies. 5-6-7
Due to the presence in particular of the Tribulus terrestris within the formula, the red Manolis® pill contributes to the maintenance of good sexual function in men.
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- Arnott J. 88th Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society. Boston, MA, 2006.
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- Sansalone S et al. Biomed Res Int 2014
- Russo A et al Health 2016