Daily dose of ‘sunshine’ vitamin could CURE erectile dysfunction, say experts – Express.co.uk
Cardiologist and associate professor of medicine at John Hopkins University, Dr Erin Michos, said: “Vitamin D deficiency is easy to screen for and simple to correct with lifestyle changes that include exercise, dietary changes, vitamin supplementation and modest sunlight exposure.
“Checking vitamin D levels may turn out to be a useful tool to gauge ED risk.
“The most relevant clinical question then becomes whether correcting the deficiency could reduce risk and help restore erectile dysfunction.”
A vitamin D deficiency is defined as blood levels below 20 ng/ml and there are various supplements available.