What is impotence?
Impotence is the failure to achieve an erection, a condition faced by an increasing number of men. In order to diagnose the potential problems that lead to this condition, it is useful to describe what conditions must be present for erection to take place. The first component you need to achieve an erection is a normal, intact male sexual organ. Secondly, a normal amount of circulating hormones is necessary.
Third, a man must have an intact nerve supply and blood flow to the male sex organ. Finally, normal erections require a healthy psychological response to the arousing stimuli, coupled with a relaxed state of mind.
What is premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual problems. The condition is most often described as being an inability to delay ejaculation to a point when it is mutually desirable for both partners. The definition of when ejaculation is premature is subjective. While some men have trouble controlling their orgasm upon entry, others consider 5-10 minutes of copulation too little time. How long a man is able to last is not the important factor in diagnosing premature ejaculation. The crucial issue is if a man is satisfied with the length of coitus.
How is premature ejaculation caused?
Most men have experienced this problem at some time in their life. Premature ejaculation was once thought to be caused by drugs or certain infections such as
urethritis, but popular wisdom suggests it is more psychological in nature. The exact cause of the condition, however, still remains a mystery. Premature ejaculation often occurs during the first experiences with sex, and in this case is most commonly attributed to anxiety.
Sexual behavior is also a factor. The longer the period since last ejaculating, the quicker young men typically reach orgasm.
Psychological Causes of impotency
Not everyone who has lost the raging passion of youth has impaired circulation. By the same token, not every healthy male or female with sexual dysfunction has a psychiatric disorder. In fact, most of us are normal but just overwhelmed with the stress of life. Our libido and ability to perform are sensitive to job stress, financial worries, chronic fatigue, depression, marital discord, performance anxiety, fear of sexually transmitted diseases and/or boredom.
Our emotional state influences hormonal control of the sexual response. A burst of adrenaline during a fight with our partner can be an instant turn-off that is both mental and physical. Our anxiety and dissatisfaction is further amplified by unresolved anger, inability to forgive or understand, or fear of failure that leads to rejection and loss of intimacy.
and Impotence: Impotence is the inability to
have or maintain an erection. This condition effects roughly 1 in 10 men
between the ages of 21 and 75. Risk of impotence is increased to nearly 50%
by smoking cigarettes for men in their 30s and 40s. Diabetes, high
cholesterol and drugs used to treat high blood pressure also increase the
chances impotence. During an erection, blood flows into the penile arteries
causing the veins which drain the penis to become compressed, preventing
blood from leaving the penis. This process is significantly impaired by
smoking. Less blood flows into the penis if the route is blocked by fatty
deposits in the arteries, caused by smoking.
Cholesterol: In a totally unrelated development (unrelated to
aging, that is), National Institute of Aging supported scientists from the
University of South Carolina have found yet another compelling reason to avoid
cholesterol. Men with lower blood cholesterol or higher amounts of the
beneficial high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol may be less likely to
develop erectile dysfunction or impotence. According to the researchers,
atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), which may impede blood flow to and
from the penis, is one primary cause of impotence. While a positive link
between blood cholesterol and atherosclerosis, the association between
cholesterol and impotence has only been suggested until now.
Diabetes And Impotence:
and maintaining an erection is a complex action in which blood circulation,
nerves and hormones all play a role. Psychological and emotional factors are
affect any or all of these systems. Nerve damage or vascular problems are
the usual causes of sexual-performance problems for men. The likelihood of
impotence increases when diabetes has been present for a long time, the
blood sugar has been poorly controlled, and other types of nerve damage
are present. Psychological factors such as anxiety and depression can also
cause or contribute to erectile dysfunction, which may be temporary or
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