NEW PULSE-ENERGY WAVE TREATMENT

Now there is a new option for treating ED. A pulse energy wave treatment is being used to reverse the physical issues that cause ED. The electromagnetic therapy is safe and non-invasive. This new protocol can be used instead of invasive medical procedures, and in many cases, instead of prescription drugs.

The major physical cause of ED is a loss of blood flow to the penis. The blood vessels often become constricted with age and with certain medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, or high cholesterol. The Swiss Wave Protocol targets the specific blood vessels responsible for supplying blood to the vital parts of the male reproductive system. The pulsating waves work to promote increased blood flow and open up existing blood vessels. The pulsating waves also trigger dormant stem cells and growth factors in the region. Once triggered, these cells begin growing new, healthy, blood vessels, and rejuvenate erectile tissue.

The Swiss Wave Protocol is one of the first effective non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical option in the treatment of ED. Men, especially men over age 50, who suffer from ED have often quietly suffered from ED instead of undergoing painful medical procedures or being subject to prescription drugs with severe side effects. Problems with sexual health in men often lead to other health problems, including a lack of confidence, a feeling of hopelessness, and even depression. This new therapy can restore the sexual health of millions of men and help them lead happier and healthier lives overall.

Evidence Based Non-Invasive Procedure

Evidence-Based Non-Invasive Procedure Increases Blood Flow Without Oral Medications

Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects some 20 million American men at any given time. Studies indicate that 90% or more of these instances are caused by physical factors. For many years the primary treatment for ED has been prescription medicines. However, a large number of men are unable to take these medicines due to other health issues. The secondary recommendation of many doctors was surgery or the placement of a medical device, like a pump or implant, inside the patient’s penis.

New Option for Patients Unable to Take ED Prescriptions

While prescription ED medications have helped millions of men over the years, these medications often come with severe side effects. Many men cannot take the major prescription drugs because of the increased risk of a stroke or heart attack. Many men find the side effects of the ED drugs to be too much for them to handle.

Now there is a new option for treating ED. A pulse energy wave treatment is being used to reverse the physical issues that cause ED. The electromagnetic therapy is safe and non-invasive. This new protocol can be used instead of invasive medical procedures, and in many cases, instead of prescription drugs.

Guardian Mens Health Service currently offers the new Swiss Wave Protocol for patients suffering from ED. The Swiss Wave Machine is a delicately calibrated machine used to target a specific region of the penis. The machine is calibrated so that the wave is focused to a one-millimeter spread. This type of precision is essential for the therapy to be fully effective.

Guardian Mens Health Service is optimistic that the Swiss Wave Machine and Protocol will completely change the way ED is treated in the near future.

How it works?

The major physical cause of ED is a loss of blood flow to the penis. The blood vessels often become constricted with age and with certain medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, or high cholesterol. The Swiss Wave Protocol targets the specific blood vessels responsible for supplying blood to the vital parts of the male reproductive system. The pulsating waves work to promote increased blood flow and open up existing blood vessels. The pulsating waves also trigger dormant stem cells and growth factors in the region. Once triggered, these cells begin growing new, healthy, blood vessels, and rejuvenate erectile tissue.

The Swiss Wave Protocol is one of the first effective non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical option in the treatment of ED. Men, especially men over age 50, who suffer from ED have often quietly suffered from ED instead of undergoing painful medical procedures or being subject to prescription drugs with severe side effects. Problems with sexual health in men often lead to other health problems, including a lack of confidence, a feeling of hopelessness, and even depression. This new therapy can restore the sexual health of millions of men and help them lead happier and healthier lives overall.

The Swiss Wave Protocol is expected to quickly become a major tool in the fight against ED and the battle for men’s health.

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