I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW ED EXISTEDMy First Encounter With Erectile Dysfunction
My first encounter with erectile dysfunction was simply miserable. It was a complete shock. It felt like a betrayal. It inundated me with confusion. It turned my world upside down. From being brilliant and close to perfect, my life took a sharp turn downhill.
I had graduated from university a couple of years ago, was working at a prestigious (at least as far as I was concerned) financial firm in NYC, worked hard, made a good living, had good friends, and was very upbeat about life and the future. It was one of the first summer days of the year and the city was teaming with life. It was like a happy story from..
This number is significantly higher that what has been reported in other studies.
The study also found that 42% of men in their 40s had the same problems, 41% in their 50s, and 35% of under 30s. All of these numbers are considered unusually high.
A third of men also said they had not told anyone about their erectile dysfunction..
Although erectile dysfunction is often caused by causes such as being overweight, smoking, low testosterone or a poor diet, it can also be caused by psychological factors.
We human beings are complex systems, and to have a healthy body, mind and emotions..
Traditional Chinese Medicine has a long history of curing ailments and improving health. Also sexual health.
Research has now showed that acupuncture combined with herbal medicine has a synergistic therapeutic effect on erectile dysfunction, and can help men overcome this condition..
A new research study has shown that having low testosterone levels put men at higher risks of suffering from several chronic diseases.
This study, performed on 2,399 men, looked at the relationship between low testosterone levels and the prevalence of nine chronic conditions..
A new research study has confirmed what we already knew: Exercise can help a man overcome erectile dysfunction and help him get his libido back.
This study reviewed almost 2,000 existing scientific studies published between 2006 and 2016..
A comprehensive survey involving 597 men with erectile dysfunction, has assessed how ED impacts men’s lives and their relationships.
The survey showed that erectile dysfunction has a profound negative impact on men’s lives and relationships to wives and partners, as well as their confidence, self-esteem..
Erectile dysfunction may be more common than you think. My estimate is that about 20% of all men worldwide suffer from ED. And although more common among men of age, it is also becoming increasingly common among young men.
I started struggling with erectile dysfunction in my late 20’s..
1 in 3 Americans do not get enough sleep. If this is true for Americans, it is also probably true for many other people.
How are sleep and sex connected?
First of all, lack of sleep and erectile dysfunction / low libido can have the same causes, such as stress, a poor diet or psychological problems (and others)..
Birth control for women has been around for several decades, but this has not yet been available for men.
This may however be about to change.
A contraceptive pill for men that “blocks sperm’ is in the final stages of development testing by Australian scientists..
A new study by The Journal Of Sexual Medicine proves what we already knew: That a unhealthy lifestyle causes erectile dysfunction.
This study looked at 89 previous studies to assess whether health-related lifestyle factors such as cigarette smoking, alcohol intake, physical activity, diet, caffeine, and cannabis use had an impact..