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Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Statistics
- The Shocking Truth!
One of the biggest things that can cause a man to NOT feel like a “man”, is having Erectile problems.
Sure, guys joke about penis size all the time and of course, their confidence goes up if they have a “bigger” penis. But even the guy with the biggest penis, doesn’t feel like a man if he can’t get an erection, right?…
But before I talk about the shocking statistics about guys and erectile dysfunction (ED), let me first give you the true definition of it.
Erectile dysfunction is the inability to develop or maintain an erection for satisfactory sexual intercourse. Also, Erectile dysfunction is the preferred term, rather than impotence.
Now, if you have ED problems once in awhile, that’s normal. It happens to all men even though they may not admit to it. However, if it’s been on and off for more than a couple of months, then we can assume you do have some degree of erectile dysfunction, which is a warning sign of a health problem.
The Shocking Statistics
When you think about ED, you typically picture an older guy in his 70’s … Well, NOT that you’re thinking about guys in their 70’s, just that it tends to happen to “older” men.
However, ED problems are starting in guys in their mid 20’s.
In fact, statistics show that 20% of men in their 20’s have ED, 40% of guys in their 40’s, 60% of men in their 60’s and so forth.
The prevalence of complete ED increases from 10% to 15% as age increases from 40 to 70 years. Thus, even though it does affect men to some degree at all ages, after the age of 40 is when the real problems become “common”.
In fact, this is called “Andropause” in men, similar to “menopause” in women.
And the cause is similar for most everyone, a negative change in your hormones, primarily due to aging.
This is due to an imbalance hormones.
A decrease in your “pro-sexual” hormones, such as total and free testosterone … Versus an increase in your negative “anti-sexual” hormones, such as female hormones (estrogen, progesterone, prolactin, etc.) and stress hormones (cortisol, adrenalin, etc.)
What Are The Causes Of ED?
Unfortunately, your penis has a mind of its own and thus, there are lots of causes leading to ED.
Different medications and drugs can cause impotence or ED, stress and worry, vascular and blood flow, boredom with your partner, fatigue, illness and of course, the negative changes in your hormones due to aging.
What Are The Solutions?
The solution has to be based on the original problem.
For example, people who have heart disease or diabetes, have vascular and blood flow problems, leading to erectile dysfunction. In this situation, you’d need to improve your lifestyle, eat better, exercise and take the right supplements to help fix this problem and prevent it from getting worse.
However, over and over again, the common denominator tends to be hormonal.
Listen… stress, worry, anxiety and depression can all cause ED. Some “experts” will say “hey, that’s not hormonal, that’s emotional”.
Yes to a small degree, but I say NO!
Stress and worry cause an increase in your “fight or flight” stress hormones such as adrenalin and cortisol, BOTH opposing testosterone and lowering this primary “sex drive” hormone.
People who are overweight and have extra belly fat, have higher estrogen levels because fat cells produce estrogen, which will send a signal to your testicles to produce LESS testosterone. Now you end up with a higher ratio of FEMALE hormones to male hormones — which is obviously BAD for getting an erection.
By the way, more female hormones cause depression and anxiety, which now we go back to the beginning causing MORE stress and thus, LESS testosterone.
It turns into this negative loop, causing more and more hormonal problems
This is why the older you get, the lower your testosterone and the more ED problems.
Fix your hormones and you’ll fix your ED, you’ll improve your drive – both in the bedroom and in life!
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Post time: Jun-17-2017