1. It is estimated that half of all men aged between 40 and 70 suffer from erectile dysfunction to a certain degree. These include 5pc of 40-year-old men and 15pc-25pc of 65-year-old men who suffer the condition in the long term.
  2. Although it is not precisely defined, an erection failure more than 50pc of the time, will generally range from doctors.

 

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3. Erectile dysfunction can be caused by a number of problems, involving: a hormonal imbalance, a restriction of blood flow to the penis, conditions impacting your nervous system and psychological causes such as depression and anxiety.

4.The state is also seen as a regular early warning sign of underlying medical issues, such as hypertension and heart disease.

erectile-dysfunction-faucet1.jpg5. A traditional test to see if the erectile dysfunction is caused by physical or psychological problems, is to a ring of stamps around the base of the penis when you go to bed. If the ring is broken in the morning, it suggest penis erectiles during night (men received a number of erections during sleep) thus underlying pyschological issues.

 

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