What Is N.O.-Xplode?
N.O.-Xplode is one of a series of popular muscle-building formulas on the market. However, there’s limited scientific data available about the side effects of taking N.O.-Xplode. That means there is little information about the possibility of a relationship between erectile dysfunction (ED) and N.O.-Xplode.
Continue reading to find out what is and isn’t known about how N.O.-Xplode and its ingredients may affect erectile function as well as other functions of your body.
Does N.O.-Xplode cause ED?
There are no studies linking N.O.-Xplode and ED. However, if you take N.O.-Xplode and notice a decrease in libido or the onset of ED, talk with your doctor. They’ll evaluate you to eliminate other possible causes of your ED as well as give you options to help remedy the condition. You might also try not using N.O.-Xplode for a while and see if that resolves the issue.
About N.O.-Xplode.
According to the manufacturer, N.O.-Xplode is made up of a combination of ingredients meant to help customers get the most out of their workouts. Some of the more controversial ingredients are L-arginine, creatine, and caffeine.
L-arginine and ED.
L-arginine is an amino acid found in raisins, nuts, and seeds. It’s often marketed as nitric oxide. It’s sold as a standalone supplement or as an ingredient in products like N.O.-Xplode.
There’s no conclusive evidence as to the relationship between L-arginine and erectile function. However, results of a 2003 study suggest that L-arginine helped relieve the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. It’s important to note that L-arginine was not used alone in this study. It was given with pycnogenol, which is known to help increase nitric oxide production. Together, these two substances are thought to enable penile erections.
Creatine and ED.
Creatine is a naturally-occurring substance found in red muscle tissue. It helps with certain body functions. Your body makes about half of the creatine it needs. The rest comes from your diet. Meats and fish are a good source of creatine.
Creatine is also available in a supplemental form. Some body builders use creatine to help them lift more during their training to get better results. While there are anecdotal stories about how it lowers libido, no evidence exists as of yet that creatine has a negative (or positive) impact on a man’s sexual health.
N.O.-Xplode side effects.
Information about possible side effects of N.O.-Xplode is largely unavailable. Therefore, it’s important to pay close attention to reported side effects of N.O.-Xplode ingredients.
Creatine may cause the following side effects:
In rare cases, kidney failure was reported after high doses of creatine.
The negative effects of caffeine on the body include:
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that a caffeine overdose, while rare, can be fatal. The FDA advises consumers to be mindful of their daily intake of caffeine from all sources.
Talk to your doctor.
If you’re worried about how N.O.-Xplode will affect your body and performance or if you experience any unwanted effects, talk with your doctor. They can help determine the cause of these effects and help you to resolve them.
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