Erectile Dysfunction is the male unfitness to get or keep an erection long
enough for the sexual intercourse. Sometimes, its called impotency.
Men in general may have an occasional or temporary problem of erection
but it doesn’t necessary mean that they have an erectile dysfunction.
To be diagnosed as erectile dysfunction, it should happen regularly.
Impotency and dysfunction are considered the same thing, but the
more accurate term is erectile dysfunction. The impotency includes
the erectile dysfunction, but it also might mean other things such
as the fear of failure, stress, anxiety, depression and low self-esteem.
More than 152 million men suffer from sexual dysfunction. Unfortunately
only 10% of then seek out treatment. To diagnose and evaluate the
erectile an erectile dysfunction and not another kind of sexual problem.
Keep in mind that erectile dysfunction includes a persistent problem
in obtain or keep erection for the time being to have a complete sexual
As a male gets older he notices that is becoming harder to obtain
an erection or it’s not as hard as it used to be or takes longer to
reach climax These are normal changes in relation to the age, and
shouldn’t be confused with the erectile dysfunction. In older men,
erectile dysfunction usually has a physical cause, such as disease,
injury, or side effects of medicine. Any disorder that causes injury
to the nerves or impairs blood flow in the penis has the potential
to cause erectile dysfunction. Incidence increases with age: about
5 percent of 40-year-old men and between 15 and 25 percent of 65-year-old
men experience it. But it is not an inevitable part of aging.
Erectile Dysfunction is treatable at any age. More men have been
looking for help and returning to normal sexual activity due to the
improvement of treatments. This problem is associated to determine
factors as smoking, obesity, and drinking and psychological matters.
It’s possible to reduce the probability of developing erectile dysfunction
by taking care of health and by changing your lifestyle. Speak with
your doctor about it.