Erectile dysfunction is a very common problem of all people in all age groups today.
For young men, the most common cause nervousness is primarily attributable to that sexual relations, it is about the fear of pregnancy or in fear, to use a condom. Most men in this age group are complaining “can not go forward with a condom”, because once they try to; they lose their “rigidity”.
In the middle Ages, the causes are at work, stress, guilt and (ED is often the case when a man tried to widowers a new sexual relationship). And some are covered by diabetes mellitus.
In some post-medieval, ED community is increasing with age. None or less, 70 percent of all 70 years are sexually powerful.
The importance we attach on grounds of sex, although we grow older. Unfortunately, even if our interest that sexual relation remains strong, aged 40 to 70 a man during the three-fold increase in ED.
Today it is clear that a very high proportion of cases that the cause of the problem lies in the deterioration in the blood vessels with which the blood into the cells of the penis. And often it is the deterioration in the arteries of the brain or heart. I would like to conclude that the older men with ED must ensure, to guard against stroke and heart attack.
Too much alcohol is a big reason for erectile dysfunction. Alcohol widens the blood vessels. If you manage to maintain an erection, alcohol keeps blood vessels to your penis, blood, and you’re left open in the soft earth.
Many people suffer from diabetes is the most common cause of sexual dysfunction in men. Over more than 60% of men with diabetes suffer from erectile dysfunction suffer.
Through certain other diseases, it is a pity, nerves, arteries, smooth muscles and fibrous tissues, often the cause of erectile dysfunction, such as kidney disease, chronic alcoholism, multiple sclerosis, and the atherosclerosis, the circulatory and neurological disorders.
People with multiple sclerosis also have erectile dysfunction. Bladder disorder can also be used in conjunction with the erectile dysfunction in multiple sclerosis.
Parkinson’s disease and anomalies of the temporal lobes are the risk factors for impotence.
Aging is a risk for erectile dysfunction, with age; people are less sexually active and have the problem of erectile dysfunction