Last updated on June 5th, 2018 at 08:32 am
ED or Erectile Dysfunction is a health condition when a man loses the ability to achieve or maintain a healthy erection in the penis. Inability to get ejaculation in a timely manner can also be a harbinger of impotence. According to the research studies, an estimated 55% of men from the age group f 40 to 65 face the problem of weak erection or complete dysfunction of the reproductive organ. It is true that the chances of ED or impotence increasing with the growing age and there has been an alarming growth in the number of ED patients since 2008. Many people blame the excessive stress of life to be the cause of impotence, but these are just assumptions and not supported by any medical facts. Men with higher education rate or men who have the knack to read about medical science may like to find some homespun remedies for their sexual disorder, but those remedies are just based on their mere speculations and without knowing the root cause of the medical condition, these speculative treatments may not be effective for long period of time.
Impotence affects the self-esteem of a man and at times, erodes away all the happiness from the ailing individual’s life. That’s why it becomes very crucial to go deep into the subject and find the genesis of this medical problem.
Here are the most common underlying medical conditions which usually cause erectile dysfunction in men:
1.) Neurological Disorders:
Neurological conditions can increase the chances of impotence. Nerve damage can affect the brain’s ability to send signals to the reproductive system. This causes the reproductive organ to not react properly when the brain releases dopamine on having arousing thoughts.
General reasons for a neurological disorder which are associated with impotence are as follows:
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- brain or spinal tumours
- multiple sclerosis
Along with these, physical activities like cycling and other exercises which puts pressure on the genitals can cause damage to the nerve around the penile region, which may lead to impotence.
2.) Endocrine Diseases
The body’s endocrine system plays a crucial role in maintaining the hormonal balance. It is also responsible for maintaining the health of the reproductive system and the metabolism of the body.
There are few diseases which are categorized as endocrine diseases which damage the chemical messenger system and can cause a man to experience impotence.
Diabetes is the most common example of an endocrine disease which deteriorates the ability of the body to utilize the hormone insulin. The problem of chronic diabetes is often associated with nerve damage. The problems associated with diabetes are erratic blood flow through the blood vessels and imperfect hormone levels. These factors contribute equally to cause impotence in men.
3.) Cardiovascular Diseases
There are many heart conditions which affect the health of the heart and weaken its ability to pump enough blood to the organs of the body. It is a well-known and proven fact that without enough supply of blood to the penis, it loses its vitality and risk of impotence considerably increases over a period of time.
Atherosclerosis is a heart condition that is the prime reason for clogging of blood vessels, which is one of the potential reasons for impotence. Also, high cholesterol and high blood pressure are contributing factors for erectile dysfunction.
Although people can’t have control over every medical condition, and if an individual is struck by the problem of erectile dysfunction then panic is the only thing one needs to avoid. There are some oral treatments available in the medical science today which are scientifically proven to be effective on Erectile Dysfunction or ED. Some of the FDA approved ED medications are Kamagra, Levitra and Silagra.
All the ED medications available in the pharmaceutical market use the following medical compounds as the active ingredients: