Ginseng

Ginseng has many benefits, both as a supplement and in skincare.read moreSee less

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Although it’s best to speak to a medical professional if you’re struggling with ED, some research suggests that taking vitamins could improve your symptoms, especially if they’re taken alongside other medications like Viagra.

 

Vitamin D is the most studied vitamin when it comes to sexual health, and having a low level could be making your symptoms of ED worse.

 

Red ginseng could increase your alertness, potentially improving your ED.

 

The amino acid L-arginine can help stimulate an erection, while L-carnitine may support the blood flowing to the penis.

Getting the right amounts of all the essential vitamins and minerals is important, but some of them will impact our energy levels more than others.

 

B vitamins like thiamin (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3) and vitamin B12 all contribute to the maintenance of normal energy levels.

 

Iron, magnesium, and vitamins C and D are also essential for energy.

 

Before taking any new supplements, you should always check with your GP if you think you may be suffering from the symptoms of a vitamin deficiency.

Acne is a skin condition that results in spots caused by the build up of too much sebum (oil) in the hair follicles in your skin.

 

There are different types of acne and different levels of severity. The different types of spots include blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, nodules and cysts.

 

Your acne may be deemed as severe if you develop nodules (large, hard, painful lumps that build up beneath the surface of the skin) or cysts (large, pus-filled lumps that look similar to boils).

 

At this stage, you should seek advice from your GP for expert treatment to avoid scarring, especially if it’s making you feel very unhappy.

Vitamin supplements don’t cause acne.

 

Acne is a skin condition caused by hormonal changes in your body, like those during your period or when you’re pregnant.

 

Although some vitamins can help to support healthy skin, they don’t affect your hormones, so they shouldn’t affect your acne.

 

If you have acne and have found that normal skincare routines haven’t helped, we recommend speaking to your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

 

They could recommend a treatment like benzoyl peroxide that can help to ease moderate to severe breakouts.