Erectile Dysfunction sometimes called IMPOTENCE: is the repeated inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse.
The word ‘impotence’ may also be used to describe other problems that interfere with sexual intercourse and reproduction such as; lack of sexual desire and problems with ejaculation or orgasm.
Erection is normal for a man’s health and organ circulation but there are a lot of men who have weak erection while some cannot even penetrate.
This situation has led to marital troubles and tension in some homes.
Erection is necessary for blood flow to the penis, nutrition and clearance of waste from the penis.
Erection normally should occur naturally early in the morning, anytime a man wants to urinate and thirdly whenever a man wants to have sex. However a man should observe himself and his health very well. If they have early morning erection when they wake up from bed or not?
If you don’t go for check up early and receive treatment.
Many men don’t have enough supplements and vitamins in their body and so they have weak erection.
Some men have undiagnosed infections like Staphylococcus, Gonorrhea, e.t.c while some have diabetes, hypertension and other diseases which cause poor erection. Stress, worry and Economic challenges are also making men to have weaker erections.
5 Basic Steps To Improve Sexual Vitality
First, men should have a realistic understanding that after about age 50, erections are slower to rise, and they come and go during love-making.
“After the mid-40s, many men have erections that kind of wax and wane during lovemaking,” Castleman says. “It’s perfectly normal, and what men need to do is have a little chat with the women in their life and say, ‘Look, this is what’s happening to me now, and I need more stimulation from you.'”
Step 1: Exercise for Sexual Vitality
There is at least one health habit — exercise — that has a clear link to sexual vitality, Goldstein says. Among men enrolled in the Massachusetts Male Aging Study, a long-term, community-based study of health and aging, researchers found that men who burned an average of at least 200 calories per day through exercise were far less likely to become impotent over time than men who didn’t exercise.
But not all forms of exercise are equal, Goldstein cautions: Men who rode bicycles — on the road or in the gym — were nearly twice as likely to be impotent as men in the general population.
Step 2: Kick the Habit and the Fats
The ability to have an erection relies on a complex network of factors, some physical, some psychological. One of the most important factors is healthy arteries.
Step 3: Check Your Medications
Erectile dysfunction can also be an unwelcome side effect of many commonly prescribed drugs, as well as some over-the-counter agents and illegal substances, according to researchers.
Step 4: Consider Preventive Treatment
There are several treatments for erectile dysfunction. Most of you know about the drug treatments: Cialis, Levitra, and Viagra. But those drugs aren’t for everyone.
Other treatments include therapy, penile injections of medications and surgery. Each type of treatment has its own advantages and disadvantages.
Talk to your doctor to determine the best treatment for you.
Step 5: Set New Expectations
It may be no surprise to women who are reading this, but men who are used to being ruled by their loins rather than their heads need to understand that “sex doesn’t just happen in your penis: Lovemaking is a whole-body experience,” Castleman says.
The way the human body is constructed neurologically is that sexual excitement, sexual arousal is a whole-body experience, and if you focus too much on one part of your body it doesn’t work right.”
Culled from www.drpaultorty.com