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In this article we will discuss the vitamins and oligo-elements vital to the preservation and enhancement of the sexual function.
The vitamins sustain the good function of a series of organs and glands. A greater intake of vitamins may remedy certain deficiencies and may help the organism in the process of recovery.
However, we need to make a note: the excessive presence of certain vitamins and minerals in the organism may lead to organic imbalances and even diseases.
The specialists in the field have reached the conclusion that the vitamins and minerals extracted from the aliments are the healthiest, and they are to be preferred to synthetic or semi-synthetic vitamins and minerals.
Consequently, we will recommend in the following the aliments capable of offering the necessary vitamins in the organism, without being necessary the intake of synthetic pills.
Vitamin A has an important role in the activity of the endocrine glands, especially the suprarenal glands and the gonads. The lack of Vitamin A leads to decrease of the sexual appetite, and generative modifications of the seminal channels and genital epithelium.
The Vitamins of the B complex are involved in the process of production of sexual hormones, in both men and women. They contribute to the preservation of vigor and overall state of health.
Of great importance are the Vitamins B1, B2, and B12, which play an essential part in the function of the hypophysis, which in its turn controls among other things, the function of the gonads.
Vitamin B1 plays an important role in regulating the nervous and cardiac activities. It is effective in the treatment of impotence and sexual disorders associated to hypertension, stress, and psychic problems.
Vitamin B2 is involved in preserving the balance of the immune and nervous systems. The lack of Vitamin B2 is manifested through dermatitis, asthenia, anemia, bad absorption.
Vitamins B2 and B15 are considered the vitamins of youth. The laboratory tests have indicated an important increase of the life-span with the help of these Vitamins.
The Vitamins B1 and B2 are found in fresh whole flour, in the beer yeast, in fresh wheat husk, nuts, corn, whole rice, rye, peas, beans, spinach, red beet.
The Vitamin B12 can be found only in the animal products: cheese (20 micrograms per 100 grams), eggs (5 micrograms per 100 grams), and milk (0.20-1 micrograms per 100 grams). The daily dose recommended is 2 micrograms per 100 grams.
The Vitamin B15 is abundantly found in the apricot kernel.
Vitamin E has an important role in the activity of the testicles. It is used in the treatment of oligospermia, impotence, and pathologic curving of the penis.
It is necessary for the good functioning of the gonads and hypophysis, and it is also named the "vitamin of fertility".
It is considered an aphrodisiac, stimulating and normalizing the erotic desire in both men and women. The lack of Vitamin E causes sterility and impotence.
Vitamin E is contained in the germinated corn oil, sunflower oil, peanuts, whole bread, sunflower seeds, spinach, egg, cabbage.
Vitamin F also known as polyunsaturated fat acids is essential for a good assimilation of the A and E vitamins.
It is also very important in weight balance, being thus useful in the case of men who experience disorders of potency and sexual dynamics because of overweight.
Vitamin P is indicated in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases as well as diseases causing physical and psychic wearing out. It acts effectively in fighting vascular impotence.
Vitamin C is indicated in the treatment of vascular impotence and it has an important role in regulating the nervous and cardiac activity.
It is effective in the treatment of impotence and sexual disorders associated to stress, hypertension, psychic disorders.
Vitamins B6, B12, K and P play an important part in regulating the nervous activity, which in its turn influences the activity of the sexual glands.