When You Simply Can’t Get Enough or Get It Up
Sex…it remains an enigma. It is something quite pleasurable. It is something beyond your wildest desires and secret cravings. For most men…it is the most important thing. Having sex and performing well is a validity to their manhood. Making a woman happy during the act of lovemaking is one of the deepest yearnings of men. It is no wonder that sexual impotence or the inability to “perform well” in the bedroom is also one of the most dreaded fears that secretly haunt men everywhere.
An erection is maintained by continued increased blood flow and when ejaculation occurs, or the sexual excitement stops, the blood flow decreases. and the sponge-like tissue empties and softens to the non-erect state. Quite obviously, the inability to have an erection has serious implications to a couple’s sex life.
Psychological impotence, often a result of pressures, fears, frustrations, depression, and anger, can also lead to sexual impotence. A man in his 40s usually takes longer to get an erection unlike a younger man in his 20s. Having a slow or weak erection is one of the many reasons why some men and women cannot enjoy a fulfilling sex life. A man constantly under stress and anxiety about his job or even about his actual sexual performance may not be able to have an erection, or find great difficulty in sustaining it.
Male impotence, also known as Erectile Dysfunction, affects over 15 million men in the US. Job stress, depression, and financial worries all contribute to male sexual impotence. A diagnosis is needed to know for certain if a man actually has erectile dysfunction. In some cases, sexual impotence is only temporary and is only caused by fatigue or sickness, or even due to excessive use of alcohol.
Some of the more common reasons for sexual impotence include the following:
l Depression – Being depressed causes a man to lose focus and encounter difficulty in maintaining the right mood for sex.
l Medication – Some prescription drugs that are used to treat depression and anxiety disorders, can affect the body’s ability to sustain an erection.
l Stress – Stress is one of the leading causes of psychological impotence, which leads to poor sexual desire and performance.
l Fatigue- Physical weakness makes it very difficult to engage in sex which also requires physical strength.
l Relationship Problems – Relationship problems and lack of romance lowers the desire of couples to have sex. Lack of interest in sex is common in men who have relationship problems with their partner.
The good news is that major advancements in the treatment of impotence have made it possible for men to regain their ability to engage in sexual activities. These are some of the proven medical procedures and medications administered for the treatment of erectile dysfunction:
l Hormone treatment
l Surgical treatment
l Psychosexual therapy
l Vacuum pumps
l Transurethral therapy
Sex plays an important role not only in boosting a man’s ego. It is also the means to enjoy a relationship and give pleasure and fulfillment to one’s partner in the context of a monogamous, committed relationship. Erectile dysfunction is, by no means, an impossible condition. Men with sexual problems can always get the treatment they need and ensure that their sex lives and relationships are always filled with fun and excitement.