The new time has shown a more concern towards the erectile dysfunction problems of men than half a century back. According to the latest figures, about 322 m men are going to have these problems worldwide in coming 15 years. It is the serious problem that can adversely affect the sexual health and mental stability of men.
The fear of impotence and sexual problems not only bring in the embarrassment, but also makes them feel useless. The unhealthy eating and lifestyle due to the stress at work is slowly eating the sexual life of men. According to the latest research, the level of testosterone, sex hormone has faced a shear drop in the last 40 years. This is one of the reasons that our grandfathers were never afraid of impotence. Men of today want themselves at the best positions and believe that they can do everything, thus compromising on their health and end up facing such problems.
It is quite common that men do not share their erectile dysfunctionality with their women partners as it sends them a wrong signal and is a cause of emotional complication between them. In the Journal of the American Medical Association, a research found a treatment of prostate cancer linked with erectile dysfunction. It helps the doctors to evaluate the risks and benefits of undergoing the surgery for the prostate cancer. Erectile dysfunction may develop in patients undergoing prostate surgery as it involves the removal of prostate through surgical methods. But it should not mean that the cancer should leave untreated inside.
There are certain effective drugs like Viagra, Levitra or Cialis used for treating erectile dysfunctional problems. Viagra and Cialis have shown fruitful results in patients suffering from prostate cancer.
One interesting UK study showed that even if you are not impotent, but the very fear of losing your sexual ability can lead to erectile dysfunction. The fear of not performing well during the time stimulates the psychological risk factors of this disability. The risk factors for erectile dysfunction can damage the penile nerves; result in heart problems, diabetes and elevated blood pressure.
The age affects the secretion of testosterone but it doesn't mean that you start thinking of impotence before time. It is going to make the condition worse not only for you but for the partner as well.
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