A stable erection is a sign of the mental and physical health of a man. The term “erectile dysfunction” is commonly used to describe continuous or intermittent inability to achieve and/or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. The prevalence of erectile dysfunction among men of all ages is from 10 to 20%.
According to the American andrologists, 52% of men in developed countries aged 40 to 70 years suffer from various forms of erectile dysfunction. That’s why I’m happy to announce the guide by Brad Stevens. With its help, you make sure to restore your erection and you will enjoy life again. Be sure to read it, because this sensitive issue requires immediate intervention. It may be too late tomorrow!
With age in the physiology of sexual intercourse, there are certain changes that need to be considered as physiological changes. As they grow older men lose their ability to spontaneous erections under the influence of imagination, olfactory stimuli or viewing of exciting pictures. Therefore, with age, there is a growing need for direct methods of stimulation of the external genitalia that often do not find understanding from the sexual partner, especially if she is accustomed to a different scenario of sexual acts.
Despite the physiological changes in healthy men, regardless of age, the ability to conduct sexual intercourse is maintained. Age is not a limiting factor for sexual activity, however, it is the main factor leading to the emergence of androgen deficiency and chronic diseases, causing erectile dysfunction. Development of such diseases as prostate adenoma and increasing chances for chronic prostatitis development are associated with age.
Data on sexual disorders in prostatitis have changed over the past few decades. There is a significant number of messages that prostatitis does not only cause pain and disorders of urination but also leads to various sexual disorders. Sexual dysfunction is observed in 52% of male patients with prostatitis. It is shown that existing sexual relations deteriorate or are broken (in 67% of patients), and new relationships are formed with difficulty or are not formed at all (33%).
According to the results of studies in Finland, 43% of patients with prostatitis and 24% of patients with reduced libido complain about a periodic or permanent erectile dysfunction. Sexual disorders in patients with chronic prostatitis can develop in stages. Premature ejaculation appears first, then not enough adequate erection joins to it, and after that, you will have changes in libido. However, this sequence is not absolute for each particular man.
There is a dependence between sexual activity and the size of the prostate and the intensity of urinary disorders. Severe urination disorders determine disorders of erection and ejaculation by the type of imperativeness and pain. The consequence of these adverse conditions is a general dissatisfaction with life expressed by the surveyed men.
58% of patients reported the lack of rigidity of the penis for sexual intercourse, 50% of patients reported a dramatic decrease in the number of the ejaculate, and 10% of patients reported pain during erection. Detailed surveys found that the disease provoked discord in families. 60% of men with erectile dysfunction have expressed concern at the deterioration of sexual activity, loss of most of the pleasures and regrets of transience lost youth.
Causes of erectile dysfunction in benign prostatic hyperplasia are functional and organic changes in smooth muscles of cavernous bodies, violation of the neurogenic regulation, which is accompanied by a subsequent decrease in the ability of the corpora cavernosa to rigidity.
When choosing an adequate method of treatment in patients with a diagnosis of BPH, special attention should be paid to sexual function. Many patients can maintain active sexuality, although aging is often associated with less active sexual ability and an increasing sense of dissatisfaction with life.
Patients with symptoms of impaired urination inform about especially clear changes in their sexual sphere. The severity of this complex of symptoms can be regarded as an age-related condition, but it has a serious negative impact on the quality of life of an aging man.
The symptoms of dysfunction of the lower urinary tract can be moderate, severe and serious. The survey of men aged 50-80 years old, conducted in France in 2011, showed that the severity of symptoms is inversely proportional to the satisfaction of sexual life. Dissatisfaction with sex life in men with moderate symptoms is 2 times higher, with severe symptoms is four times higher than men of the same age not suffering from such diseases. Having downloaded Brad’s manual, you finally acquire your men’s health again. Thank you for your attention!