Potency after 60 years: causes of deterioration and methods of recovery

Many men after the age of 55 to 60 develop health problems. At the same time, the libido is significantly reduced and the ability to have an erection is lost. But there are many ways to maintain and even increase a man's potency after 60 years. Let's take a closer look at the causes of the decrease in male potency with age, the treatment of sexual dysfunction and the main measures of age-related prevention.

mature man with weak potency how to increase

Normal potency in men after 60 years

A decrease in erectile function in a man as he ages is caused by a decrease in hormone production, untimely treated diseases, a weakened immune system and other age-related problems.

Since the production of the most important male hormone testosterone is significantly reduced after the age of 60, this means:

  • Decreased libido;
  • difficulty with erection;
  • deterioration in the quality of seminal fluid;
  • Reducing the duration of sexual intercourse.

In old age, an erection can often only be achieved after prolonged stimulation of erogenous zones. And due to the deterioration of the blood supply, the size of the penis does not reach the size it was in youth. But all of this is normal for men in their 60s. The following symptoms indicate erectile dysfunction:

  • Complete lack of sexual desire;
  • Lack of erection when fully aroused;
  • Premature ejaculation;
  • Decrease in erection and lack of orgasm during sex;
  • Insufficient erection for full sexual intercourse.

If a man has at least one of the listed symptoms, this is an occasion to immediately contact a urologist.

What affects the decline in erectile function

There are many reasons that lead to a decrease in potency in men after 60 years, but the most common are:

  • lack of exercise;
  • diseases of a chronic nature;
  • Hormonal disorders and low levels of testosterone in the body;
  • Nervous strain and stress;
  • alcohol abuse and smoking;
  • irregular sex life;
  • hypothermia;
  • Obesity.

Some medications such as sedatives or antidepressants also have a negative effect on the ability to have an erection.

Ways to restore potency in men in 60 years

To restore potency, a man needs to see a specialist, since self-administered drugs can significantly worsen erectile function and the general condition of the patient.

Medical treatment includes the following drugs:

  • Natural dietary supplements and sexual enhancers. The composition of these funds includes only natural components and they have practically no contraindications;
  • Synthetic agents that inhibit phosphodiestrase-5. Such drugs should be taken only as directed by a urologist, as they have a large number of contraindications and side effects.
  • Drugs that restore metabolism and strengthen the immune system. Problems with potency at the age of 60 often arise from a lack of vitamins and minerals necessary for the normal functioning of the body. To compensate for their lack, it is necessary to take preventive measures. Order the desired male drug by clicking on the button: "free callback". Competent specialists will find the necessary drug or complex for each client;
  • Hormone therapy. If the reason for the decrease in potency is the low level of testosterone in the body of a male representative, then he will be prescribed hormone therapy.

In some cases, to restore erectile function, an older man may simply need to take a series of antidepressants and see a qualified psychotherapist.

You can treat impotence with the help of folk remedies. But do not self-medicate before using a prescription for alternative medicine, consult a specialist. The following are considered the most effective:

  • decoctions and tinctures based on aphrodisiac plants;
  • natural honey, in particular with nuts, royal jelly;
  • castoreum;
  • maral antlers;

There are also products that are rightly considered sexual enhancers. These include: quail eggs and chicken eggs, fresh vegetables, berries and fruits, ginger, seafood, garlic, onions and dried fruits.


Men, especially over the age of 60, need to follow simple rules:

  • Annually undergo an examination by a urologist;
  • Treat diseases, inflammation and infections in time, as they lead to impotence and weaken the immune system;
  • Avoid alcohol and cigarettes;
  • Lead an active lifestyle, pay more attention to walking in the fresh air;
  • Exclude from the diet fatty, smoked, spicy, highly salty dishes, flour products and fast food.

The daily menu should include vegetables and fruits, seafood and dairy products. Men over the age of 60 are also recommended to take products containing vitamins. To get advice on natural preparations that will restore the lack of vitamins, order a free callback and experienced specialists will choose a natural preparation for you.