Research has found that men with erectile dysfunction are less productive at work than those who do not suffer from ED.
This research study, which was published in The International Journal of Clinical Practice, was performed on more than 50,000 men men aged between 40 and 70 in Brazil, China, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and the US.
The study reported that 24.8% of the men with erectile dysfunction said they were less productive at work than they could be.
Only 11.2% the men without ED said they were less productive at work than they could be.
Also, absence from work was more than double as high in the ED group as in the non-ED group.
So it is now demonstrated that there is a link between productivity and erectile dysfunction.
Is it that men with ED are just less productive because of ED.
Or are there underlying reasons for this link?
Keep in mind that factors like overweight, depression, smoking, etc. are proven to cause erectile dysfunction.
The study didn’t specify this, but I think it is fair to assume that overall lifestyle issues are playing a major part in this story.
Hopefully we will find out more soon.
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