Erectile dysfunction (ED) is making headlines after US scientists found that those who suffer from the condition are 70 per cent more likely to die early.
Generally considered a condition only affecting older men, ED has been found to be more prevalent among men under 40 than previously thought.
What causes ED?
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TEST IT OUT SEVERAL TIMES.
If you don’t pop wood during the first test, it doesn’t mean you’re sunk. Still, 33 percent of men in the study reported not trying their meds on at least six different occasions, which is commonly considered a standard recommendation.
That number is actually a holdover from Read More
TAKE MORE THAN THE BARE MINIMUM.
Unless you’ve reached the max dosage, don’t assume your meds aren’t going to work for you—an error shared by 31 percent of the study participants.
It might be tempting to start at the lowest dose—who wants to take more medication than they need?—but the reality is, Read More
Why does erectile dysfunction happen?
Erectile dysfunction can have a range of causes, both physical and psychological. Physical causes include:
1-narrowing of the blood vessels going to the penis – commonly associated with high blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol or diabetes
3-surgery or injury
Psychological causes of ED include:
Sometimes erectile dysfunction only occurs in certain situations. For Read More
If your erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs don’t have you rising to the occasion, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re out of luck. Many men who fail to respond to ED meds are taking them incorrectly, finds new research from Spain.
In the study, 69 percent of guys who reported that their penis Read More