The sexual health of men is an indispensable part of his life that impacts his emotional and physical health. Any sexual problems can negatively impact his relationship with his partner and all social aspects of his life. Unfortunately, a majority of men in the world are upset by decreased libido and a weak erection – these things make sexual intercourse impossible.
Doctors are starting to more and more frequently diagnose “erectile dysfunction”. In order to properly treat sexual impotence, it is important to figure out the reason for its arrival. Actually, in Brian’s book “Erectile Dysfunction Rememdium” you will find out a unique method to treat this illness. I strongly recommend this guide to all men!
The symptoms of erectile dysfunction can be divided into several categories: decreased libido (sexual desire), irregular erection, ejaculation and orgasm (anorgasmia). Of the most common symptoms are tied to stress, tiredness, or poor health. All of these can cause decreased libido, an undesired of physical intimacy.
This can happen due to a fight between partners, depression, or a hormonal imbalance (not enough testosterone). A wimpy, incomplete erection can be a testament to the fact that there is cell disease. A problem with ejaculation, or the inability to ejaculate, can be tied to psychological problems. Most rare is a sickness called anorgasmia – the inability to orgasm. It can be short or completely gone. This is often tied to psychological trauma.
The importance of sexual activity to the male psyche is paramount and all men with ED are affected by psychological issues which lead to general anxiety, depression and performance-related anxiety. The presence of normal nocturnal erections in men with ED identifies the neurovascular mechanisms as being intact and points to a predominantly psychogenic cause for ED.
Psychosexual counselling is advised for those patients who may suffer stress at work or experience stressful personal or financial matters. There may be relationship issues, performance anxiety, depression, lack of sexual education or sexual problems with the partner.