Medications, exercise, food habits and lifestyle changes are recommended ways to help a man dealing with ED to develop and maintain an erection. Though this might be an embarrassing problem to discuss here are some important that need to be discussed.
ED‘s relationship with cardiovascular disease
Men suffering from Erectile Dysfunction need to show that ED can be a sign of present or future heart problems. Recent studies have shown that men suffering from erectile dysfunction are at a higher risk of getting a stroke, heart attack and chest pain. Health experts believe ED preceding cardiac problems may be a sign of deteriorating condition of the inner lining of the blood vessels and smooth muscles in the body.
This conditions results in the improper blood supply to the heart and impaired blood flow to the penile region, and leads to the development of atherosclerosis.
Treatment for ED goes beyond a pill
The physical and emotional stress on a man suffering from ED is massive. Honesty with oneself and your partner will go a long way to managing your ED.
While many men treat ED with a pill of Viagra or Cialis, couples therapy is a great resource for opening lines of communication. Relieving anxiety and stress from one’s mind is an effective way of getting rid of erectile dysfunction.
Lifestyle issues leading to ED
· Your job might bee causing your erectile Dysfunction. Stress, anxiety, and depression are all major causes and contributors to ED. Usually, men in such mental turmoil smoke, drink and can take anti-depressants which worsen the problem. According to recent studies, smoking is the number is the biggest cause of ED in men under 40.
· Porn-induced sexual dysfunction is also a type of ED problem. It can cause dopamine insensitivity and can cause performance issues.
Consulting your healthcare expert about ED and stressing less about the condition can lead to an improved quality of life. To learn more about erectile dysfunction and its treatment, check out these resources on the Epharmarx blog.