Stay firm and fit for life and love. Here's the science behind your new favorite erection ring.

Benefits of Sex &
Erectile Fitness

Use it or risk losing it! Science shows that regular sexual activity can lead to an upto 50% reduction in mortality, lower the risk of developing prostate cancer by 33%, reinvigorate minds and bodies, and reduce the risk of vascular disease. Sex can improve brain function, increase sleep quality, reduce stress, and enhance intimacy. 

The Prescription for a Longer Life? More Sex

You’re probably familiar with the standard prescriptions for longevity: Don't smoke. Exercise daily. Eat a low-fat, low-calorie diet. Get at least seven hours of sleep a night. Don’t abuse alcohol or other drugs. And cultivate emotional closeness with friends and family. But there's one more recommendation that should be added to the list - make love regularly...Read Entire Article 

Sexual Activity, Erectile Dysfunction, and Incidence of Cardiovascular Events

Although erectile dysfunction (ED) is considered a well-established risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD), few studies have investigated whether other aspects of sexual function might predict CVD independently of ED. In a longitudinal, population-based study of community-dwelling men participating in the Massachusetts Male Aging Study, they examined sexual function variables (including ED) and the subsequent development of CVD....Read Full Article 

Erectile Dysfunction: A sign of heart disease?

Erectile Dysfunction — the inability to get and keep an erection firm enough for sex — can be an early warning sign of current or future heart problems. Likewise, if you have heart disease, getting the right treatment might help with erectile dysfunction. Understand the connection and what you can do about it...Read Full Article 


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Heart Disease & Erectile Dysfunction

There is a very strong link between erectile dysfunction and heart disease. Several studies have shown that if a man has ED, he has a greater risk of having heart disease. Having ED is as much a risk factor for heart disease as a history of smoking or a family history of coronary artery disease...Read Full Article 

Sex and death: are they related? Findings from the Caerphilly cohort study

Even for a group not especially known for humor, the epidemiologist's standard joke about “being broken down by age and sex” is rather tired. It is also conceptually colorless, for the non-epidemiologist takes more interest in sex as an activity than as a stratification variable...Read Full Article 

How important is sex in a relationship

In a supportive relationship, there are many benefits to having more sex. Higher rates of sexual activity are linked to positive changes, such as lower blood pressure, reduced stress, greater intimacy, and even a lower divorce rate.1While there are no one-size-fits-all rules when it comes to an ideal sex frequency, here's some insight from the latest research...Read Full Article 

Erectile dysfunction diagnosis and treatment as a means to improve medication adherence and optimize comorbidity management

Optimal pharmacologic management of diseases comorbid with Erectile Dysfunction (ED), such as cardiovascular disease, depression, diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, and benign prostatic hyperplasia/lower urinary tract symptoms (BPH/LUTS), is dependent upon long-term treatment compliance and may be complicated by poor adherence to medication use...Read Full Article

Hear From The Specialists 

“Regardless at 55, I'm glad there's products like FirmTech on the way to simultaneously assess my health and enhance my pleasure. And if there's potential to preserve my potency as well, then this device is on its way to becoming a monumental breakthrough in men's health”

Stanley Lewis, MD

“There's nothing like this in the world, a man goes to a cardiologist or an internist with a health problem and they have equipment like EKGs and ultrasound to make an objective diagnosis and to evaluate the impact of treatments but if a man goes to a urologist for erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, or for performance enhancement they.have limited diagnostic monitors. Our technology will significantly aid in the treatment of both very common disorders.”

Elliot Justin, MD

“I see products like this as empowering men to understand their current function and how certain behaviors/interventions change (either worsen or improve) their function. This personal data will show men they have incredible control of their erections (and health) and help them understand and, ultimately , enhance performance.”

Urologist Amy Pearlman, MD

“FirmTech has the potential to engage men in their own healthcare, quantify  their erectile fitness and 'gamify' sexual function in a way that will help them lead more fulfilling lives with their partners. The stigma of male sexual dysfunction is quite significant in both the strait and gay community and this device will hep men and their partners gain more information to optimize their sex lives.”

James Hotaling, MD