Erectile Dysfunction is the inability to maintain or obtain an erection of sufficient firmness to permit the initiation or completion of intercourse. It is recognized as a serious medical concern. In addition to the sensitive psychological and physical aspects for a man, impotence can also cause anxiety to sexual partners.
Impotence is also related to psychological conditions, such as anxiety and depression, generally poor physical health, poor dietary habits, obesity, and most specifically cardiovascular disease such as coronary artery disease and peripheral vascular disease.
Impotence is medically called erectile dysfunction.
Physically, Erectile Dysfunction is most often linked to blood flow problems, whether stress induced or of physical origin, such as blocked arteries and/or leaking veins. Blocked arteries and vein leakage problems are complex, but in general result from a blockage of arteries through which blood flows into the penis, or a loss of compliance of the erectile tissue inside the penis and the veins through which the blood leaves the penis.
Erectile Dysfunction is not by itself a disease but is a secondary condition brought on by other primary causes. It is a side effect, a symptom of something else. Impotence is a complex problem. Also, It is not a man's problem alone, but the couple's dilemma.
In this report, you will learn about:
Natural cures for Erectile Dysfunction - find out why natural is often best.
Psychological Erectile Dysfunction - why many cases of impotence are mental rather than physical.
Smoking and Erectile Dysfunction - the link between tobacco smoking and impotence.
Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction - Explores various treatment options for impotence including the advantages and disadvantages of each.
This guide aims to bring you reliable and uptodate information relating to impotence, erectile dysfunction and the various treatment options available for these conditions which affect millions of men worldwide.