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Factors that can contribute to erectile dysfunction:
You know that you are more than capable of performing when the time is right. But other factors can be responsible for erectile dysfunction. Here are some examples:
What it feels like to have erectile dysfunction
Like other medical problems, erectile dysfunction has indicative signs and symptoms. Here are three of the most common:
1. Achieving an erection is usually difficult.
2. Maintaining an erection becomes tough.
3. Your usual sexual desire seems to be uncommonly absent.
How common is erectile dysfunction?
We want you to know that you're not alone. Almost 40% of men over the age of 40 experience some form of erectile dysfunction. By the age of 65, this number jumps to nearly 70% of men over 40.
This problem can happen under a number of different circumstances. Sometimes it demands medical intervention. Other times all that's needed is a change of scenery. Drinking "a few too many" can absolutely impair even the healthiest young male. More complicated causes exist as well. Heart disease impacts the blood vessels of your entire body - that's not an easy fix.
For these reasons, men who experience recurring episodes of erectile dysfunction are encouraged to speak with experienced medical professionals with applicable insight into the factors that are contributing to this problem and find possible ways to treat erectile dysfunction.
Is erectile dysfunction preventable?
There are some instances where developing ED is unlikely, if not preventable. Here are some examples of things that have been shown to reduce the likelihood of experiencing erectile dysfunction:
1. Healthy lifestyle habits and a quality diet
2. Reduced stress
3. Not smoking cigarettes or drinking alcohol
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