Erectile Dysfunction, commonly referred to as ED, is the inability to achieve and maintain an erectile dysfunction. It is estimated that about 1 in 10 adult males suffer from ED for a long time.
It is important to understand that in many cases, ED is a symptom of another underlying problem. ED is not considered normal at any age, and may be associated with other problems that interfere with sex, such as lack of desire and problems with orgasm and ejaculation.
ED can be caused by a number of factors, including:
- Vascular disease: Blood supply to the penis can become blocked or narrowed as a result of vascular disease such as atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries).
- Neurological disorders: Nerves that send impulses to the penis can become damaged from stroke, diabetes, or other causes.
- Psychological states: These include stress, depression, lack of stimulus from the brain and performance anxiety.
- Trauma: An injury could contribute to symptoms of ED.
How erection works?
Erection begins with the movement of the senses and the mind. During sexual arousal, sensory messages begin to stimulate the penis. Impulses from the brain and spinal cord make the corpora cavernosa muscles relax, allowing blood to flow and fill in the gaps. Blood creates pressure on the corpora cavernosa, makes the penis grow and causes erection.
When the corpora cavernosa blood vessels relax and open, blood rushes into the cavernosus veins to fill it. The blood is then trapped under high pressure, causing inflammation. The tunica albuginea (the membrane around the corpora cavernosa), helps to hold blood in the corpora cavernosa, keeping it standing. Suspension is postponed when the muscles in the tendon contract, constrict blood flow and open the airways.
Sexual stimulation and conflict stimulate emotions that are transmitted to the spine and brain. Ejaculation is a reflex action controlled by the central nervous system.
Erectile Dysfunction Symptoms
ED is usually a symptom of another health problem or health-related condition.
- You can have sex sometimes, but not always when you want to have sex
- not being able to have sex, but not being able to stay long enough to have sex
- inability to get erection at any time
Erectile Dysfunction Cause
- Many different factors affecting your nervous system, nervous system and endocrine system can cause or affect ED.
- Although you are more likely to develop ED as you grow older, aging does not cause ED. ED can be treated at any age.
1. Certain diseases and conditions: Men with diabetes are two to three times more likely to develop ED than men without diabetes. injuries in prostate cancer treatment, which includes radiation therapy and prostate surgery. injury to the penis, spine, prostate, bladder, or pelvis
2. Certain medications: ED can be the result of many common medications. tranquilizers, or tranquilizers — medicines that make you feel cool or sleepy. diet pills, or medicines that keep you from going hungry
3. Certain health-related behaviors: Psychological or emotional factors can make ED worse. health-related and behavioral factors may contribute to ED. a case of sexual intercourse or certain sexual acts. stress-about sexual function, or stress in your life in general. heavy drinking. illicit drug use
Erectile Dysfunction Diagnosis
These days, ED treatment offers many invasive options. If the diagnostic algorithm finds the underlying cause, treatment will aim to eliminate the cause, hopefully the ED will disappear later.
Despite advances in medical practice, in many cases direct treatment of ED is still needed, from minor lifestyle changes to complex vascular surgery.
Non-surgical treatments include:
1) Psychiatric therapy, especially sex therapy, is recommended for patients with psychogenic ED evidence and for no apparent natural cause.
2) Lifestyle changes, when ED is linked to obesity, early stages of diabetes, etc.
3) Medication Change – if ED is caused by medication.
4) Herbal or vitamin supplements have been used for centuries in the treatment of ED, and still play a role.
5) Hormonal therapy, direct testosterone replacement, is proven to be very effective if the cause of ED is a low testosterone level.
6) Oral treatment:
- Cenforce soft 100 mg is a drug to treat male impotence (erectile dysfunction). Contains Sildenafil Citrate as an active ingredient. Taking the pills 30 to 45 minutes before having sex will help achieve and maintain a good posture to make love satisfying.
- Cenforce soft action of 100 mg by increasing the amount of blood flow to the penis. This leads to strong sexual arousal. Sildenafil enhances the effects of drugs to lower blood nitrate levels.
- Sildenafil is effective in treating ED due to a variety of biological causes, including diabetes. Sildenafil is contraindicated in patients who need nitroglycerine to treat myocardial ischemia.
All ED treatments (except artificial surgery) are used as needed for sex and then they age. Remedies help with symptoms, but they do not completely cure the underlying problem.