While an “erection tracker” is not a commonly used phrase in the sexual health world, it could soon become one after Adam Health launched its latest product, Adam Sensor, to help monitor the good. -be sexual in men. The sensor is attached to the base of a penis and intended to be worn overnight. It is intended to count the number of erections a man has while he is sleeping.
Believe it or not, some forms of erection trackers have been around for quite a while. Although not as advanced as the Adam sensor, the cock rings, which could help men understand what is causing their erectile dysfunction and could even signal a fatal disease, can be considered the very first ‘tracker of’ modern portable erection. on a man’s health, in particular his state of physical and mental well-being. Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction are often seen desperately trying to find out why, and what often causes them emotional or relationship stress. Erections aren’t just indicators of sex drive or performance in the bedroom, they are also indicative of a man’s health, especially as he ages. Some celebrities who have made headlines regarding sex include Teresa Giudice, Ghislaine Maxwell, Princess Diana and Yuri Tolochko.
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What is Adam Sensor?
Adam Sensor can be attached to the base of his penis with a band. It is meant to be worn overnight. It’s comfortable to wear under pajamas and goes almost unnoticed, according to the designers. According to the National Health Service, healthy men are expected to have an average of three to five erections per night. While it is not immediately clear why this happens, many experts claim that it is how the body maintains the healthy erection mechanism, by keeping the blood pumped into the erectile tissues. “Whatever the cause, most doctors agree that nighttime erections are a sign that everything is in working order,” says the organization.
According to its website, “The sensor is small, compact, and completely non-obstructive, so after a few minutes you won’t even notice you’re wearing it. While you sleep, the sensor continuously monitors changes in penile tumescence (l engorgement of the penis) and wirelessly transmits the data to the Adam mobile app, installed on your phone. When you wake up (hopefully after 8am), you simply end the measurement and remove the sensor. Our smart algorithms analyze then the data and our application produces a report with the measurement results.
Erectile dysfunction and its causes
The Adam sensor claims to reveal if a man is suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED), which can be caused in several ways. If the man has nocturnal erections, although he has difficulty getting one in the bedroom, it may suggest that the cause of erectile dysfunction is psychological, such as anxiety or stress. When there is a lack of nocturnal erections, one can guess that there is something biologically wrong.
Currently, International Andrology London is the only clinic where one can get an Adam Sensor. Director Christos Vasilakos, who is also the founder of Adam Health, told The Sun: “If nighttime erections are affected, the most common reason is aging. It can also be nerve damage if you have diabetes, caused by low testosterone or reported cardiovascular problems.
He added that the sensory apparatus can also direct a man with erectile dysfunction to the right kind of treatment for his condition.
“If you take something like Viagra, you might be able to perform well, but you won’t know if the problem gets worse,” Vasilakos said. “Or you can use lifestyle interventions, like losing weight, controlling diabetes, or exercising, and you want to check that natural erections are improving, and you don’t just see the effect of Viagra.