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Different vitamins have different specific effects on sexual function. For example, vitamin B5 can enhance sexual excitement and orgasm, and vitamin E can regulate gonads and prolong sperm life.
Vitamin A's main function is to promote protein synthesis. Vitamin A deficiency can affect the spermatogenic cells of the male testis tissue, degeneration of the vas deferens, decreased testicular weight, small seminal vesicles, and keratinization of the prostate. The lack of vitamin A in the female ovary affects the normal secretion of estrogen. Vitamin A is only found in the tissues of animals, and contains more vitamin A in egg yolk, milk, butter, cod liver oil, and liver of animals.
Vitamin B1 has an important role in maintaining the normal function of the nervous system (including autonomic nerves), and can prevent and assist in the treatment of impotence, premature ejaculation and other symptoms. Foods rich in vitamin B1 include cereals, beans, yeast, dried fruits, hard fruits, hawthorn, potatoes, animal offal, and lean meat.
Vitamin B6 promotes the secretion of sex hormones. Foods rich in vitamin B6 include bananas, chestnuts, hawthorn, raisins, and spinach.