Erectile Dysfunction Is Linked With Relationship Status & Mental Health
By Johnathan P Cumberwell
Young men who are married or in relationships have significantly less erectile dysfunction than single men.
And young men with poor mental health have substantially more ED than men with good mental health.
These were the findings in a research study just published in the Journal of Urology.
The study analyzed 2,660 sexually active American men aged 18 to 31.
More specifically, the study found that:
Compared with single men, young who were married/partnered had 65% lower odds of having ED.
And men who took antidepressants were 3x more likely to have moderate-to-severe ED, than men that did not take antidepressants.
Anxiety and use of tranquilizers were also linked to increased odds of having moderate-to-severe ED.
I will discuss these findings in a little, but here are a few more interesting facts about the men in this survey: