When a man’s penis cannot be tightened enough to enter a virgin, perhaps not enough blood or blood is pumped into the penis muscles to maintain erection, it is called ejaculation. In other words, it is called impotence because such men will lack the ability to impregnate women. The number one problem with erectile dysfunction is unsatisfactory sex life, others include low self-esteem, shame from sexual partners, frustration and discomfort.
ED is caused by one or any combination of the following medical problems; Smoking, alcoholism or drug abuse, neurological diseases, obesity and cardiovascular diseases. In this article, we will focus more on the prevalence of ED, its symptoms, causes, risk factors, therapies and natural remedies.
Between 7-52 out of 100 men of all ages are affected by ED, although it depends on the study group for research purposes because age is the main factor as far as erection difficulty is concerned. It has been reported that 50% of older men will experience ED and 1 in 10 men under the age of 60 will experience it.
Inability to maintain or maintain erection is common, a problem when it occurs frequently or when sexual desire is low for a long time.
When men are affected by ED, the culprit can be any of the following; Obesity, sleep disorders, smoking, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, high blood pressure, multiple sclerosis (MS) and high cholesterol. It can be caused by a spinal cord injury or the effect of surgery on the pelvic area. Treatment of prostate cancer and side effects of metabolic syndrome can also cause ED. Moreover, there are psychological factors that can lead to ED, be it relationship problems, excessive stress and constant frustration.
Diabetes, heart conditions, tobacco addiction and obesity constitute the highest risk factors for erectile dysfunction. Others are prostate surgery, radiotherapy, penis injury, drugs or alcohol, medications for depression, anxiety and blood pressure. Additionally, cyclists come into contact with the ED because the bicycle seat injures the blood vessels and nerves that aid in lifting.
This article is incomplete unless the treatment of common men’s health problems is properly discussed. There are many lifting pills on the market, sometimes called oral medications, many of which are effective for treating ED, but proper care must be taken in the acquisition of these pills. It is important that these drugs are approved by the Food and Drug Administration of your country. Examples of these pills are Viagra, Cialis, Levitra and Standra. It is worth noting that one of these pills should not be used if you are taking nitrate-containing drugs, the reaction with nitrate can lead to irreversible and dangerous reduction in blood pressure. Other side effects of the above pills are back pain, abdominal discomfort, headache, vision loss and flushing. However these effects occur in rare situations or when they are abused.
Another type of erectile dysfunction treatment is cavergect injection, a penis injection given about 30 minutes before sex. Alternatively, suppositories of the drug can be placed directly into the urethra of men instead of injection. In the case of extremely low testosterone levels, testosterone therapy may be necessary. In the manual treatment of ED a vacuum pump (electric or hand operated) can be used to draw blood into the penis, then a ring is quickly placed around the base of the penis to maintain erection.
Surgery should be the last resort in the treatment of erectile dysfunction, it is done to repair the blocked vessels that prevent blood flow to the penis. However, if the problem is psychological, a visit to a counselor or psychiatrist will be very helpful in this regard.
By making changes in your lifestyle, you can eliminate or prevent ED, therefore, your overall well-being will improve. The following tips will be helpful;
Regular exercise / fitness
Treatment of drug abuse and abstinence from alcohol
Maintain good relationships
Proper stress and discomfort management.