A Common Origin
The plaque that causes Erectile Dysfunction also causes Heart Attacks
Arteries supply blood to different organs in our bodies. Our organs need the blood to get oxygen and nutrients.
Fatty plaque can form in our arteries, narrowing them and causing reduced blood flow. This disease process is called atherosclerotic disease and is very common. Usually signs of atherosclerotic disease start showing up in at age 40.
75% of erectile problems are associated with fatty plaque. Fatty plaque in the arteries supplying your penis (penile arteries) reduces the amount of blood that your penis gets. As this narrowing progresses, you can develop erectile dysfunction.
Just like the penile arteries supply your penis, the coronary arteries supply your heart. Fatty plaque in the coronary arteries causes reduced blood to the heart. When a coronary artery gets blocked completed, a heart attack occurs. Every 40 seconds, one of us has a heart attack.
Armed with your Tap Clarity score, you can empower your future health with devices and services tailored to your unique story.
Limited Time Offer