Potency problems. What to do?

male potency problems

Erectile dysfunction is considered to be one of the pressing problems facing men over the age of 35.

According to statistical studies and sociological survey results, it was found that over 30% of men suffer from partial full potency of chili. However, only 5% of men turn to specialists for such a delicate problem for help. In most cases, men who have problems during intercourse try to solve the problem on their own by taking drugs to increase erection, which are not able to eliminate the cause of potency, but only stimulate sexual arousal during the report.

Such methods of "treatment" lead to an aggravation of the root cause of potency, as a result of which a number of complications can occur in the form of complete lack of potency, infertility and other health problems that will not allow a man to live a life full sexual.

There are a huge number of reasons that do not allow a man to have sexual intercourse, all of them are capable of developing on a physiological, psychological or pathological level.

The main causes of potency

Erectile dysfunction is nothing more than a reflection of a man's physical or psychological state. In the process of sexual arousal, the whole organism is involved. The brain is considered responsible for the process, which transmits impulses throughout the body, as a result of which blood flow to the pelvic organs increases and erection increases. Often the causes of potency are cumulative causes that combine several problems.

Problems with potency can be caused by the following adverse factors:

  1. Psychogenic.
  2. Neurogenic.
  3. Hormonal.
  4. Vascular;
  5. Taking medications;
  6. External factors.

Given the individuality of each male body, other factors can be the cause of potency, but regardless of the cause, it must be identified and eliminated, this will help the man restore sexual arousal and strengthen erection.

Psychogenic causes of potency

The following psychological factors can cause problems with potency:

  1. problems, failures at work or in the family;
  2. stress, depression, neurosis, feeling of fear;
  3. low self-esteem;
  4. asthenoneurotic syndrome;
  5. childhood psychological trauma;
  6. first unsuccessful sexual intercourse;
  7. problems in relationships with a partner, lack of love, trust and misunderstanding.

Neurogenic causes

Neurogenic factors that contribute to a decrease in potency, or its complete absence, reside in the disruption of the brain and peripheral system, which are responsible for the functioning of the whole organism:

  1. congenital anomalies in the structure of the lower spine;
  2. abnormalities in the development of the central nervous system;
  3. infectious processes in the spinal cord;
  4. degenerative changes of the central nervous system;
  5. autoimmune diseases of an infectious or non-infectious course.

Primary or secondary problems of the central and peripheral nervous system can completely result in the absence of an erection. Such pathologies develop as a result of lesions, tumor-like neoplasms, which develop after surgery.

Hormonal disturbances

Hormonal imbalance in a man's body can result in erectile dysfunction. Such pathological processes can develop with reduced production of testosterone (male sex hormone), diseases of the endocrine glands or metabolic disorders in the body:

  1. diabetes;
  2. hyperprolactinemia;
  3. thyroid pathology.

A hormonal imbalance in the body can lead to infertility.

Vascular pathologies

Violation of blood flow, vascular changes in 60% of cases provoke erectile dysfunction. Pathological processes can be congenital or acquired and develop as complications after many diseases:

  1. vascular hypoplasia;
  2. injuries, fractures of the pelvic bones;
  3. perineal lesion;
  4. damage to the urethra;
  5. atherosclerosis;
  6. hypertension;
  7. varicose veins, thrombophlebitis;

In addition to the above reasons that contribute to the development of potency, there are other diseases or pathologies in which blood circulation is disturbed.

Taking powerful drugs:

Pharmacological drugs are considered one of the reasons for the decrease in potency in men. There are a number of drugs that cause potency:

  1. psychotropic drugs;
  2. antihypertensive agents;
  3. anticancer drugs (cytostatics);
  4. hormonal drugs, which contain female sex hormones.

External factors

Quite often, a violation of sexual activity manifests itself against the background of other factors that adversely affect the body of a man:

  1. intoxication of the body with chemical or toxic substances at work;
  2. weather conditions;
  3. inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs;
  4. alcohol abuse;
  5. to smoke;
  6. Taking drugs.
  7. poor quality food;
  8. lack of conformity.

How to help a man?

To help a man solve problems with potency, it is necessary to identify the cause that provoked the violation. If the reason is hidden in a man's psychological state of health, then you should consult a psychologist or sexual partner who can restrain a person and help him overcome difficulties.

If the reason is hidden in the state of health of the man and in the presence of concomitant diseases in the anamnesis, the help of a specialist doctor is indispensable. It is possible to improve potency, eliminate complexes only if the source of the disease is eliminated, which adversely affects the male genitourinary system.

Based on this article, it can be noted that there are a huge number of reasons that negatively affect male power. But, as you know, erectile dysfunction in 93% of cases occurs against the background of concomitant ailments in the body, therefore, before restoring potency, the cause should be eliminated.