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..
By simply realizing that it was psychological factors that were causing the ED (by getting the diagnosis), the ED in 32% of the cases went away.
It should also be mentioned that those men who recovered from ED after the diagnosis, also tended to have a healthy attitude towards the diagnosis..
Most men with erectile dysfunction do nothing about it. They don’t talk about, they don’t see a doctor about and they don’t seek help. What most men rather do, is to accept that their sex lives are basically over, or severely limited.
Dr Andrew Yip, a urologist in Hong Kong once had a patient who waited 9 years to see..
Meditation, a practice that originated thousands of years ago, is becoming increasingly more popular in today’s world. Vast numbers of people have reported huge benefits from mediation, including increased happiness, more awareness, and more fulfilled lives.
There are now also several accounts of..
We already knew that there was a correlation between erectile dysfunction and diabetes, and between erectile dysfunction and cardiovascular diseases.
But now it has also been shown that there is a link between erectile dysfunction and Parkinsonâ€™s Disease..
Having sex frequently has been shown to have a number of health benefits. Some of the the most important are greater satisfaction with life, more happiness and a more fulfilled life.
However, research has also indicated that keep having sex as we get older is beneficial for our mental health..
A research study published in Diabetic Medicine, which was based on 88,577 menÂ with type 1 or 2 diabetes, found that 52.5% of the men with diabetes had erectile dysfunction to some extent.
Men with type 2 diabetes had a higher prevalence of ED, with 66.3%, compared to 37.5% of men with diabetes type 1..
A survey by relate.org.uk of the sex-lives of 5,000 British persons revealed some interesting statistics.
Only 34% of the surveyed people said they were satisfied with their sex-lives. A year ago, 45% of respondents said yes to the same question, indicating that the rate of satisfaction is..
Acupuncture has been around for thousands of years, and many people claim that the benefits of acupuncture are great. It has even been reported to help cure erectile dysfunction. But it has for a long time been a bit of a mystery. But now, a new study shows one effect of acupuncture that could help people with ED..
Testosterone is the hormone which shapes male characteristics such as a deep voice, chest hair, broad shoulders, etc. It is also absolutely crucial for a man’s sexual health. Without testosterone, a man would not be able to get and keep erections and he would have very little interest in sex.
An interesting fact is that testosterone levels..
A survey of more than 2,000 UK adults has investigated some of the most common medical issues that Brits battle with, such as snoring, smelly feet, bad breath, erectile dysfunction, and flatulence.
The survey reported that 20% of the respondent had struggled with erectile dysfunction..