Sexual dysfunction affects over 91% of men in the United States. Also, erection problems predispose several men to poor libido and sexual interest. The warning signs of ED can be prevented through lifestyle modification.
Psychological Effects of ED
Erectile dysfunction can be psychological in nature as a result of stress. Stress is the root cause of all health conditions. It creates a debilitating effect on the overall health and wellness. Also, high amounts of stress regardless of its nature destroy men’s sexual function.
Emotional stress is common in men with sexual dysfunction. As men experience sexual disability, psychological problems occur. Oftentimes, they suffer from depression, denial, low self-esteem and lack of interest.
Most psychological effects of ED create tension in the relationship that often results to misunderstanding. Hence, broken relationships are common when one partner suffers from sexual dysfunction.
Do you suffer from depression? This could have something to do with it. As depression progresses, men will suffer from mental confusion including emotional anxiety. Thus, psychologist provides manifold therapies that can help relieve depression.
Therapies as an Alternative Treatment for Sexual dysfunction
Sexual and behavioral therapies are proven effective against depression including other psychological effects of ED. It also diverts negative emotions into positive one. Behavioral therapies can also help lower the chances of erectile dysfunction as a result of depression.
It is quite possible that your ability to perform may vary from one sexual partner to another. This inconsistency can occur as a result of an underlying sexual condition.
For sexual problems, consult a specialist to discuss the available treatment options for sexual dysfunction and impotence.