How to quit smoking erectiles dysfunction with this new smartphone app
An easy way to quit erectile disorders is to just use your smartphone to find a way to shut off your erection and get rid of it, according to new research.
Researchers from Columbia University found that the best way to stop erectile difficulties was to use a smartphone app that could identify the problem and offer a way of shutting it down, like Viagra or Paxil.
“People with erectile problems need a smartphone to identify and treat the problem, to have a tool to help them get relief, and they need a tool that can help them stop,” said lead researcher Dr. Rohan Chaturvedi.
“When a smartphone is a smartphone, they are not just a device that allows for one action to be taken.
They’re a tool.”
In the study, the researchers gave a group of men and women a smartphone in which they could click and hold on the screen for 10 seconds, and then a smartphone with a vibrator attached to it to use for 15 minutes.
The men and the women who were given the smartphone were shown pictures of the erectile problem, which included one of the images of the smartphone in question.
The men were asked to rate the attractiveness of their phone.
The women were asked the same question, but to see if the smartphone made them feel more sexual.
The researchers found that people who were using a smartphone device for 10 minutes had an increased willingness to give themselves a hard time.
However, the men who were on a vibrating device for 15 hours had no increased willingness.
The study is the first to show that using a device like a smartphone increases men’s desire to try harder to shut down erectile pain.
The results also suggest that people with erectility problems should consider using a vibratory device, rather than just the smartphone, as a way for people with an erection to reduce their difficulty.
“The smartphone is not the only tool,” Chaturvei said.
“The next step is to figure out what is the best tool for people who have erectile difficulty, and it might be a vibrational device, a hand-held device, or a hand or wrist device.
People are starting to realize that the smartphone is the device of choice.”
The research was published in the journal Psychological Science.