A ring worn around the penis helps men find out what causes their erectile dysfunction and may even indicate a deadly disease.
This is the first modern wearable “construction tracker” that hints at human health.
Constructions – or lack thereof – can indicate a number of physical and mental health problems.
Mostly, men who are suffering Erectile dysfunction Why struggling to work, causes further emotional or relationship stress.
But while it’s easy to imagine that erectile dysfunction is a sign of libido or bedroom performance, in fact Reveal more about men’s health, Especially as they get older.
Made by Adam Senser, e Adam Health, Attached to the bottom of the penis with a band and worn all night. The creators say it’s comfortable to wear under pajamas and almost unnoticeable.
It counts how much man has erectile dysfunction during his sleep.
Overnight productions suggest that the erectile mechanism is under scrutiny – even if it does not work once between the sheets.
The NHS says that healthy men average three to five productions per night, which lasts a total of three hours.
It’s not entirely clear why this happens, but some experts say it’s the body’s way to keep the erectile function healthy by pumping blood into the erectile tissue.
The NHS says: “Whatever their reason, most doctors agree that nighttime construction is a sign that everything is in order.”
Adam Sensor helps reveal why a person is struggling with ED – which has dozens of causes.
If the data shows, he is still struggling to “get up” in the bedroom, but it is still getting overnight, which may indicate psychological causes such as anxiety or stress.
But if there is a lack of overnight construction, it may be Suggest something biologically wrong.
International Andrology London is the only clinic where you can get the Adam Sensor, which is offered to those who care about ED.
Director Christos Vasilakos, founder of Adam Health, told the Sun: “If the overnight build is affected, the most common cause is aging.
“If you have diabetes, it can cause nerve damage. It can be caused by low testosterone or signal cardiovascular problems.”
The Vasilakos Gadget is a useful diagnostic tool and is used in the clinic to help guide men on the right path to treatment.
This may help them to know if their treatment, such as pills, is actually working to help with erectile dysfunction.
“If you are taking something like Viagra, you may be able to manage it, but you don’t know if the problem is getting worse,” Vasilakos said.
“Or you may be using lifestyle interventions such as losing weight, controlling diabetes or exercising and want to check if natural erectile dysfunction is improving, and you don’t see the effect of Viagra.”
Currently, Adam Sensor is only available to men who have been diagnosed with specialist erectile dysfunction with a doctor.
But the device is expected to be available for purchase by mid-2022 for home use.
Vasilakos said: “People are counting their steps, glucose, monitoring their sleep or fitness – it can be part of the quantitative health that men are interested in.
“For a healthy population, you may want to monitor how things are going down there. As we get older, things will get worse.
“You may not feel as good as you thought before and you may want to try some lifestyle interventions and check that they are working.
“Or you may not have problems that hinder your performance, but you want to do the right thing to prevent it from deteriorating.”