Sexual Disorder

Concern about male sexual functioning are focused almost exclusively on impotence, ejaculatory problems and loss of desire for sex.

It is strongly believed that male sexual disorder are closely associated with the 3 factors mentioned by Dr. Allen B. Weisse , cardiologist and professor of medicine at New Jersey Medical School.

Also there are  numbers of other physiological,anatomical, psychological and lifestyle factors which will prevents males from having pleasurable and fruitful sex life. Some examples as below:

  • AIDS
  • Medication
  • Alcoholism
  • Obesity/Lack of exercise
  • Depression
  • Aging

  • Heart Disease
  • Kidney Disease
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Degenerative diseases (diabetes,high blood pressure,arteriosclerosis)
  • Prostate Cancer

  • Genital Herpes
  • Enlarged prostate gland
  • Prostatis (Inflamed prostate gland)
  • Performance anxiety etc.

In this article I am going to cover the 3 common problem sighted by Dr. Allen:

Impotency

This male disorder was defined as “a man’s inability to gain or maintain an erection adequate enough for the completion of sexual intercourse.” The male who has impotent problem lost the ability to fill the penis with blood  and prevent the backflow of blood  into the chamber known as corpora cavernosa. In which causes the man failed to maintain erection to complete in sexual intercourse.

Males have long denied and tried to mask the overbearing feeling of failures when this happen. It is important to seek help and advice; in many cases lifestyle changes can correct the situation. Break the silence , seek help and most importantly have honest communication with your partner and health professionals.

Also, among the factors, aging is one of the common causes of impotency. In a study , sexual health experts contend that by age 60 at least 18% of males in the US suffer from impotency .That numbers jumps to nearly 75% by age 80. Nonetheless, Scientific facts shows that biologically males are capable of having and sustaining erections suitable enough to engage in sexual intercourse well into their nineties and beyond!

Diagnosing Erection Problems

Sexual health professionals employ the use of wide variety of tests to determine the possible cause of impotency. They will generally test your:

  • Psychological and emotional state
  • Hormone levels (specifically testosterone levels)
  • Blood sugar levels
  • Nerve response levels
  • Thyroid function
  • Nighttime penile erections

Lost of ability to have a erection can be devastating to the men ego, it is wise to seek medical assistance or health professional advice.

Ejaculation Problems

Ejaculation is defined as ejection of semen from the body. One of the major problems associated with ejectculation process is premature ejaculation. To combat this disorder, health professionals use variety of techniques such as exercise to delay ejaculation , behavioral and sexual position changes, discussion of personal and interrelationship problems and psychotherapy.

Loss of Sexual Desire

Human male is physically capable of enjoying and experiencing a robust sex life indefinitely but it is not guaranteed. Many of the problem associated with men’s sexual desire have complex origins, both physical and psychological nature.Lifestyle choices contribute to men’s long term sexual health is more than previously thought.

In many respects loss of libido, loss of sex desire, and erection problems can be characterized as silent or invisible illness: they are invisibly linked to your lifestyle habits and take years to develop as chronic issue.

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