What is Erectile Dysfunction?
What Is Erectile Dysfunction?
WHAT IS ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION?
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is described as the inability to sustain an erection that is firm enough to engage in sexual intercourse. It is perfectly natural at times to experience some form of ED. Stress, emotions and physical health can play a large part in the sustaining of an erection.
This article will delve into many more causes and symptoms for ED, if you have any other concerns we always recommend talking to a medical professional.
There are overwhelmingly large amounts of aspects that affect both the growth of adolescent young men and their minds. Ever since adolescence, most men will go through a time of change and transition, which will no doubt be exacerbated through sexual maturation and body development. However, as boys turn into men, the problem of sexual impotence is not often a cause of concern, usually, it’s the opposite!
However, as time goes on, there is always an increased possibility of further erectile complications and potential impotence. Many men of all ages will experience some degree of male sexual dysfunction and erectile dysfunction, the problem in todays society is that only a very small number of men actually get help and advice because of the stigma and inconvenience surrounding Erectile Dysfunction and male sexual dysfunction. Most men will suffer a performance issue in their lifetime but only 5% will get advice and help. A large part of the difficulty that men face is a lack of knowledge on the subject.
SYMPTOMS OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION
As a man, you will know by now that sexual arousal is required for an erection. If you are not sexually aroused then you'll find your penis limp and soft - this makes it near impossible to engage in sexual intercourse. A hard penis is needed to maintain sexual movement and the ability to thrust. When a man is sexually aroused, the nerves of the penis release chemicals into the bloodstream that cause an increase in blood flow to the penis. This increased blood flow is what makes the penis erect. The blood follows into two chambers within the penis that are made of spongy tissues, these chambers are known as the Corpus Cavernosum. These chambers contain a muscle that relaxes when you become aroused, and this allows blood to enter into the penis and stay there, which results for a maintained and strong erection. Once you have an orgasm the muscles will relax again and the blood will release from the penis and it will once again return to its soft and flaccid state.
ED may occur within a man regardless of whether or not he has other symptoms that often coincide with the dysfunction. For example, a man may still suffer from ED even if he has a large libido, orgasmic function and ejaculatory function. This is often when men feel the lowest, a normal/high libido is severely disrupted by ED, and can often cause other mental health problems for men such as depression and anxiety, especially in the bedroom.
There are specific factors that can certainly influence the chances of having Erectile Dysfunction, these could be the following:
High blood pressure
Atherosclerosis (the hardening of the arteries)
Damage to the nerves or spinal cord
Alcohol use and alcoholism
pelvic surgery and other pelvic issues
Despite the fact that having ED can lead to having mental health problems like depression, it also works reversed, in the sense that having or suffering from mental health problems like depression or anxiety can actually cause Erectile Dysfunction.
HOW TO CURE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION?
RECLAIM YOUR SEX LIFE!
It is important to be educated in your body and how it works. Men are advised not to bottle up concerns or anxieties because this can lead to many other problems. We here at POWERECT advise that men speak to a local doctor or medical professional if they are feeling concerned about any issues raised in this article. Although the problem of Erectile Dysfunction is something that is stigmatised in today's society and largely enforced as meaning you are 'less' of a man, this is entirely unfounded. If you have someone close to you it may be helpful to talk to them, as this issue is something that cannot get worse from receiving help and support from those around you.
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Whether you try POWERECT as a treatment for sexual impotence, you can rest assured that there is help and support for you. Be strong, stay in the know, and reclaim your sex life!