In as much as Boston Medical Group probably deals with more cases of erectile dysfunction than any other group in the world, they are well aware that the condition could affect younger men very easily. In fact, there is some evidence to suggest that the psychological factors that impact the development of the disorder may be more prevalent, relatively speaking, than with older men.
Because of the proposition that communication and pressure, sometimes imposed internally, are two components that may factor into the performance quotient for younger males, some irregularity in these areas could affect whether a younger male becomes afflicted with ED.
Anxiety is something that arises when certain expectations of performance levels get in the way. Nobody likes to feel like this, but it is something that tends to become more exaggerated over time. Failure to perform in one situation may indeed have an impact on the ability to perform in subsequent situations. There is obviously a “macho” element to all of this, and that is probably why a younger male, who might experience confusion between the physical and psychological roots of the problem might be, could find themselves reluctant to come forward and seek help.
Naturally, Boston Medical Group encourages all males, whether they are young or old, to come for confidential consultation in the pursuit of identifying, attacking and eradicating the problem.