“Whether you think you can or can’t, you’re right.” These are the words of Henry Ford.
What he meant, is that if you believe you are going to fail at something, you will probably fail. But if you have confidence and you believe you can make it, you are much more likely to succeed.
Can the same be applied to erectile dysfunction?
Meaning, if you think you won’t get it up, are you less likely to get it up?
And if you have confidence and you think you will get an erection, you are more likely to get an erection?
A new study indicates that this may be the case.
This study reviewed 63 existing double-blind, placebo-controlled studies involving 12,564 men.
The study found that those men who received a placebo instead of a pharmaceutical drug, saw a significant improvement in their erectile function.
Meaning, people who thought they might have received the drug instead of the placebo, improved.
In other words, their belief was all it took.
What can we learn from this?
First of all that having negative thoughts and doubting in our sexual abilities, can cause us to struggle with ED.
And secondly, that we are probably much better off with a positive attitude and believing in ourselves.
It has also been estimated that about 20% of all ED cases, have mental issues that the root problem.
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