GAINSWave Treatment: Shocking Benefits for Men Faced with Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) isn’t an easy topic to talk about. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t talk about it! Often, ED is the first sign of a bigger health problem in men, such as prostate cancer or a heart condition. In many cases, however, it’s a problem of blood flow—one that’s easily solved if you have the confidence to face the problem and talk about it. It won’t fix itself, so it’s up to men to talk about it.

Opening up about your ED will likely field a lot of solutions. Issues with blood flow have long been studied, and today we know a lot about what causes restricted blood flow and how to correct it. One of the best modern treatments for blood flow stimulation causing ED is called GAINSWave treatment.

What’s GAINSWave treatment?

GAINSWave treatment is a form of shockwave therapy used to treat erectile dysfunction—specifically ED caused by blood flow issues. Now, before you cringe and click this article closed, realize that “shockwaves” and “shocks” are two very different things. There’s no electrical stimulation involved here! No one’s penis is being subjected to shocks.

Think of a shockwave like a thunderclap. It’s a vibration of energy, directed at a specific part of the body—in this case, the penis. At the right frequency, this shockwave actually activates stem cells within the body, which go to work repairing damaged blood vessels, nerves and tissue. For a man suffering from ED, this means the body is able to restore healthy blood flow to the penis.

GAINSWave treatment isn’t painful, but it can be a little jarring at first! The probe used to generate restorative wave energy vibrates at a specific frequency and is placed on the penis to stimulate stem cells. Most practitioners will also use an ultrasound gel and gentle numbing agent to keep patients comfortable.

Is it really worth it?

Many men facing ED look at GAINSWave treatment and ask if it’s really necessary or effective. Absolutely! Not only is it completely safe, it’s proven effective over 75% of the time. It’s backed by more than 30 clinical studies and uses FDA-approved equipment to stimulate blood vessel regeneration. In fact, GAINSWave isn’t just for treating erectile dysfunction—it’s also used for muscle recovery and can treat coronary conditions where plaque buildup is a problem.

Beyond the benefits of ED

GAINSWave is certainly a proven way to treat erectile dysfunction, but that’s not all it can do. Many men have actually begun seeking the treatment as a way to improve their already healthy sex life.

The reparative benefits of GAINSWave can make a healthy erection even better! Through reinvigorated blood vessels and nerve tissue, men have reported longer-lasting erections and more sensitivity during sex. It all adds up to a lot more fun in the bedroom! Better still, GAINSWave as a proactive approach to sexual health can help prevent ED from ever becoming a problem.

Give GAINSWave a try

Whether you’re dealing with ED or want to explore natural sexual enhancement, GAINSWave is something to strongly consider. Not every physician offers it, so it’s important to schedule a consultation with someone who’s specifically trained and certified to administer it. There are hundreds of providers nationwide, from urologists to sexual therapists. Sitting down and talking with one of them is a great way to get your questions answered.

Remember, it can be hard to talk about ED, but it’s worth talking about it to find a solution. Very likely, GAINSwave can help you! More than 80% of all erectile dysfunction cases are attributed to blood flow problems. Through GAINSWave treatment, you could be back in the bedroom in no time at all, ready to perform—no pills, invasive procedures or marital aids required.

GAINSWave FAQ

As with all sexual health treatments, most people have questions. The best thing to do is talk to your doctor about GAINSWave and have a conversation about how it might help with your ED or complement your sexual activities. That said, here are a few of the most common questions:

  • Does it hurt? Nope! You’ll only feel a slight vibration wherever the probe is applied.
  • How long does it take? Sessions range from 15-30 minutes.
  • How many sessions do I need? Typically, men see results in 6-10 sessions.
  • How long do the effects last? Most men see results lasting 2-3 years!
  • What are the side effects? There are little or no known side effects.
  • How much does it cost? Packages vary per provider, usually under $500.
  • Will insurance cover it? It depends on your insurance coverage and condition.
  • Do I need a referral? Not usually, although you may receive one from your doctor.

Evan DeMarco

Evan DeMarco is a leading sports medicine and nutrition expert, published author, public speaker and frequent guest on television, radio, and digital platforms.

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