Erectile Dysfunction Post
When people think of ED they most commonly see an elderly man whose age has rendered him unable to perform sexually. However, that’s not the whole truth.
Men in their 30’s he can’t have sex with their wives on a regular basis and that makes their marriage suffer.
Men in their 40’s lose confidence because they feel something just “isn’t right.”
Men in their 50’s don’t even make any effort to revive their sexual lives because they imagine that their pen has ran out of ink and it’s supposed to be that way.
However, Erectile Dysfunction isn’t what most people think it is.
Here are three things you probably don’t know about ED.
1) ED is a Modern Epidemic.
ED affects up to 30 million men in the United States alone.
The reasons for having ED can range from lifestyle choices to psychological issues such as anxiety and depression. There can be many causes, but usually ED is a side effect of other health concerns – that explains why older men are more likely to have it.
Taking into account the current U.S. population, 1 in 10 men experience ED and that number shows exactly how common this condition is.
2) ED affects younger men.
While age does increase the likelihood of experiencing ED, modern trends have shown that younger and younger men are starting to feel symptoms of ED.
In a 2014 study that questioned 429 men who were experiencing problems in bed, it was found that 114 (26%) were under the age of 40. That is a considerable amount and it proves a worrying trend.
3) There is a cure for all those men
If you want to try and solve the problem of poor sexual performance, the first thing would be to provide as much background information to a medical expert as possible.
That is why Innovative men’s Clinic has a quiz to better understand the background of each different case, each applicant is then contacted by a medical expert who gives advice and provides helpful information.
You have options. There are safe, affordable and extremely effective options.
Innovative Men’s Clinic offers a ten-question survey to help you figure that out. It’ll take you less than five minutes and will probably be the easiest thing you do all day.
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