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Suffering From Erectile Dysfunction? Worry No More!

When men over forty years of age have difficulty attaining and maintaining an erection, it is usually pathologic in nature, meaning that an underlying health disorder is most likely the culprit for not being able to get an erection. For young men, however, it’s an entirely different story if they’re plagued with this problem.

Erectile dysfunction in young men revolves mainly around a person’s state of mind. Other elements are contributory to this problem, but a man’s emotional and mental state is most often the key ingredient. This doesn’t mean that a man is mentally ill. On the contrary, it’s stress and anxiety about sexual intimacy that leads to difficulty in getting an erection. Young men may feel stressed about his performance, especially if it’s his first sexual encounter. He may feel mounting pressure, worrying about how to please his partner, or if he is doing the right thing, or if he is making the right moves. And the more anxious he gets about getting an erection, the more difficult it becomes to actually get one. And when problems are encountered in getting an erection, the anxiety piles up, and this sets off a vicious cycle.

In this event, the most important thing to remember is to relax. A man shouldn’t worry too much about getting an erection. Instead, he should pay more attention to getting into the mood, and losing himself to the moment at hand. A man should focus more on his partner’s response rather than being overwhelmed with his own. The key here is to rein in one’s anxiety.

Erectile dysfunction in young men is attributed mainly to stress, but a number of other factors should also be taken into consideration. Physical health is one such factor. Emotional status, as discussed earlier, is not the only consideration in one’s overall health status, but physical well-being should be included, as well. Conditions that affect the body, like cardiac problems or diabetes, have an effect on blood circulation throughout the body. Unimpeded blood circulation is important in attaining an erection, thus, problems in circulation leads to problems in getting an erection.

Personal habits are also contributing factors to erectile dysfunction. Hours of sleep and rest, diet, and exercise are all elements in a person’s overall health condition. Lack of sleep or rest leads to decreased energy for the body, and so do imbalanced diet and lack of exercise. Depleted energy is contributory to erectile dysfunction, thus, it is important to address this problem as well. Sufficient sleep and rest, a balanced, healthy diet, and regular exercise should be a part of one’s lifestyle. When all these are taken into consideration - reducing anxiety and maintaining a healthy lifestyle - erectile dysfunction is but a fleeting stumbling block, and it doesn’t have to be a pressing concern in the long run.


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