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When Mark Jordan was a 22-year-old substitute teacher in Phoenix, he had been smoking for about a year and noticed the fire in his love life was no longer raging.

smoking, started exercising, and began to eat right. After the changes, he had a much greater interest in sex and enjoys it more than ever.

Being able to dump the cigarettes is a real accomplishment — especially when you consider how penis that interferes with erectile functioning,” says Richard Milsten, MD, co-author of The Sexual Male and a urologist for more than 30 years in Woodbury, N.J. “So if men can’t perform as well, it would make sense that their libidos would suffer.” However, Milsten cautions against simple explanations for sexual behavior. “There are so many factors in sexuality. Smoking is just one. Still, I don’t think it’s outlandish to say that refraining from smoking will benefit your sex life.”