Erectile function is one of the most important and appreciated functions of the male organism. The inability to achieve and maintain an erection for a sufficient time during the intercourse decreases self-confidence of a man and ruins his desire for further sexual experiences. Thus, preventing the problem is ultimately important and presupposes certain actions.
To prevent complications and enjoy a healthy and satisfactory intercourse, a man should realize all the disorders and problems, which can influence and contribute to the possible problem development. On average, sexual disorders are related to stress, anxiety, and similar psychological or emotional concerns. However, there are 5 other factors that can influence the erectile ability, including:
- Endocrine-related complications. While the endocrine system is responsible for hormone production and regulating mood, metabolism, reproduction and sexual function, any complications with this area can harm the sexual life of a man. Diabetes is one of the most common abnormalities, triggering the symptoms of impotence;
- Nerve and neurological impairments. Such conditions like stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal or brain tumor, Parkinson’s disease and similar ones influence the ability of the brain to communicate with the reproductive system. Consequently, erection achievement is also questioned;
- Cardiological issues. The disorders associated with the cardiac health and its ability to pump and circulate blood can influence the male ability to achieve an erection. Atherosclerosis, advanced cholesterol levels, and blood pressure imbalances are directly related to impotence;
- Specific medications. Trying to improve certain health disorders, people frequently ruin other body functions. For instance, using beta-blockers, alpha-adrenergic blockers, diuretics, synthetic hormones, stimulants of the central nervous system and a range of other treatments can make the achievement of the erection more complicated;
- Negative habits and certain lifestyle issues. Smoking, drinking and taking drugs are the factors that negatively affect sexual functioning.