Sexual Dysfunction in Men with Dr. Scott Jacobson
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Dr. Scott Jacobson is board certified Family Medicine doctor. He provides traditional medical care as well as functional medicine, a holistic approach using diet, stress reduction and herbs, including cannabis to manage chronic disease.  

We apply the principles of functional medicine to the issue of sexual dysfunction in men.

We explore the various reasons why men experience a decrease in libido, how lowered libido can lead to erectile dysfunction, and how premature ejaculation fits into all this. You’ll learn what you can do today to improve your sex life, how to increase your testosterone naturally, and if hormone replacement therapy is right for you. We also dive into techniques for improving your sleep and decreasing your stress which are two critical factors when looking at improving one’s sex life.

Show Notes:

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Book an appointment with Dr. Scott at Wishing Wellness Medical.

Find delicious healthy recipes on Dr. Scott's Instagram.

Get tips on leading a healthy life and find out more about function medicine on the Wishing Wellness Medical's Instagram.

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Here are some products that I use to help me get a good nights rest:

AOR Ortho Sleep Capsules

Lavela - Lavender Oil Pills

Doctor's Best Suntheanine L-Theanine

This show has been produced by Shaun Galanos with help from Gilford Street Studios. 

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