Worried about Erectile Dysfunction?

Don’t worry, you are one of over 1 in 10 men who have difficulty with erectile dysfunction.

While it may feel like you are the only one experiencing problems, you are far from alone. Fortunately, it is a condition that is well known and researched by the medical profession and we have a clear idea about what causes it and how we can treat it. This is good news for the men who suffer from ED, as it is possible to find a solution and stop the problem from inhibiting your life and personal relationships.


Supporting you through Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence)

Erectile dysfunction is a very common condition which affects millions of men worldwide. It is estimated that 50% of men over the age of 40 suffer from this condition.

What causes it?

There are many possible causes because the process within the body to have an erection is complicated and involves many different parts. If there are problems in any of these parts of the body, it is likely that you may have difficulty in having an erection suitable to have sex. Read our full Erectile Dysfunction Guidelines for if you believe you have ED symptoms.

The most important parts of the body that are linked to getting an erect penis are the nerves, brain, hormones, blood circulation and the penis. Health conditions that change the function of these in the body may contribute towards the cause of ED

  • Cardiovascular Disease – the most common cause due to the importance of the blood flow to the penis.
  • Diabetes – puts men at risk of cardiovascular disease and sexual problems, due to damage to blood circulation and the nerves.
  • Hormonal imbalances – hormones and the activity of the thyroid gland, which controls certain hormones, affect the messages the body sends to have an erection.
  • Parkinson’s disease – damage to the nerves affect the messages the body sends.
  • Substance misuse – smoking and alcohol consumption inhibit the function of the brain and body, making an erect penis more difficult to obtain.
  • Psychological causes – usually stress, anxiety and fatigue

1 in 10 men

in the world are thought to suffer from dysfunction

only 33% of men

with dysfunctions seek help and advice about their problems

20 million men

in the world are thought to suffer from dysfunction

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Symptoms of ED

There is only one symptom that will be present in all men with this condition, which is difficulty in getting or keeping an erection sufficient to have sex. This is precisely the definition of the condition and the particulars of how it affects each man can differ considerably.

Some men may experience other psychological symptoms as a result of their body not functioning as required for sexual activity. These may include:

  • depression
  • stress
  • anxiety

However, these secondary symptoms of impotence can lead to further problems and increase the severity of the original condition. This is because raised levels of stress and anxiety in particular are associated with causing the condition in the beginning. As such, they also have the ability to worsen symptoms.

How often you need to experience symptoms in order to be diagnosed with ED depends on your personal sexual requirements. In a practical sense, if you are unable to obtain an erect penis as often as you would like, without a separate reason for why you may be having difficulty (e.g. excessive alcohol consumption) you may benefit from treatment of the condition.

Fortunately, with the right care and management, you should not need to suffer from these symptoms, as there are options available for you to the treat the condition.

What can I do?

If you find that you have or are developing some problems, the most important thing for you to do is to relax in the knowledge that you can do something about it. Occasional problems are normal and there are several things you can do to help you manage the condition. Read our full Erectile Dysfunction Guidelines for if you believe you have ED symptoms.

Live healthily

More often than not, a poor diet and sedentary lifestyle are largely to blame from increasing health problems. Obesity is strongly linked to cardiovascular disease and diabetes, as well as to ED. It is a risk factor that is, however, easily overcome. There are small lifestyle changes that take little effort but can have a big effect on your health.

Some things you can do to help reduce your risk of these conditions are:

  • Eat fresh food in a balanced diet
  • Do at least 30 minutes of exercise each day
  • Maintain a healthy weight and lose weight if needed
  • Control alcohol and smoke intake
  • Get enough sleep and keep stress levels in check

Exercise your pelvic floor

Certain exercises used to work the muscles in your pelvic floor have been shown to improve symptoms for 75% of men that suffer from ED. These are also known as Kegel exercises and involve flexing the muscles usually used to control the flow of urine. This helps to gain control over their use can also help you to control your erection.

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