What do King Solomon, Casanova, and King Lapetamaka II have in common? The Book of Lists names them as three of the busiest lovers in history.

During his 40-year reign, King Solomon, the son of David and the third king of Israel, supposedly had 700 wives and about 300 mistresses! His women ...What do King Solomon, Casanova, and King Lapetamaka II have in common? The Book of Lists names them as three of the busiest lovers in history.

During his 40-year reign, King Solomon, the son of David and the third king of Israel, supposedly had 700 wives and about 300 mistresses! His women were among the most beautiful in the world. Even the musician Prince – whom Rolling Stone magazine named as one of the greatest artists of all time – considers Solomon as his hero because he had a thousand women!

Giovanni Giacomo Casanova, a librarian by profession, was a promiscuous womanizer who considered women as his “cuisine.” He reportedly seduced thousands of women, usually his friends’ wives, and daughters. At one time in Paris, he supposedly kept 20 lovers in 20 apartments!

When Captain Cook met him in 1777, 80-year-old King Lapetamaka II of Tonga claimed it was his duty to deflower every native maiden. He said he had never been with the same woman twice and supposedly performed his appointed duty eight to 10 times a day, every day!

Unfortunately, over 150 million men worldwide - including 30 million men in the United States -aren’t as good as Solomon, Casanova or Lapetamaka when it comes to romance. Even those who practice monogamy, safe sex, and remain faithful to their wives are silently suffering in the dark. The cause of their anguish is erectile dysfunction or erection difficulty (ED), a condition that is turning a lot of lovers into losers.

ED or impotence refers to the inability of a man to have and sustain an erection that is needed for sex. Men with ED aren’t infertile. Nor is the condition related to lack of libido or the loss of manhood. People with ED can have children and can even have an orgasm. However, they find it difficult to do so because of their problem.

“All men over the age of 30 experience impotence as least once in their lifetime. It's estimated that over 150 million men worldwide have impotence; in fact, reports suggest this figure could be as high as 300 million or more. Estimating the numbers is difficult because less than 2 men in 10 seek treatment for impotence problems,” according to eMaxHealth.com.

“Men experiencing erectile dysfunction often report increasing anxiety, loss of self-esteem, and lack of self-confidence, tension and difficulty in the relationship with their partner,” added the Minnesota Men’s Health Center.

Contrary to popular belief, impotence is not an inevitable or natural part of the aging process. While the likelihood of ED increases with age - 39 percent at age 40 and 65 percent over the age of 65 – this is often caused by an underlying disease such as diabetes, high blood pressure or heart disease. The problem can also worsen with the use of certain medications that are prescribed for these conditions.

Regardless of their age, men may experience erection problems from time to time on certain situations. This is normal and shouldn’t worry you. However, if you experience this often, you may be a victim of ED and should see a doctor. Untreated, ED can destroy your marriage or love life.

If you are haunted by ED or impotence, don’t be ashamed to seek professional help. The earlier this is treated, the better so you and your partner can have a satisfying sex life. Of the many treatment options for impotence available today, the safest and easiest to use is Erectasil. Simply massage a quarter-sized amount of this lotion on the male sex organ and you’ll see and feel results in just 60 seconds. For more information, check out http://tinyurl.com/8jkw6ma

Author's Bio: 

Janet Martin is an avid health and fitness enthusiast and published author. Many of her insightful articles can be found at the premier online news magazine www.thearticleinsiders.com.