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You’re not alone. An estimated 50% of men experience some form of erectile dysfunction (ED), and 30-40% of guys experience premature ejaculation (PE) at some point. From pills to creams, Method Health can help you improve performance with trusted treatments.
Causes of erectile dysfunction
Low testosterone / Hormone imbalance / Cardiovascular disease / Diabetes / Hypertension / High blood pressure / High cholesterol / Kidney disease / Stress / Anxiety / Depression / Relationship problems / Drug use / Sleep disorders / Using tobacco products / Peyronie’s disease
What is Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile Dysfunction (or ED or impotence) is a common condition that affects a man’s ability to achieve or maintain an erection during sex. According to studies on sexual performance and men aging, by the age of 50, nearly 50 percent of men experience sexual performance issues. And, that percentage increases by 10 percent each decade, so by age 70, about 7 out of 10 men will experience Erectile Dysfunction (ED). Erectile Dysfunction itself is not considered dangerous, but the condition could be associated with more dangerous issues, including: systematic vascular disease, heart conditions, renal failure, prostate cancer, depression, and others.
Who suffers from Erectile Dysfunction?
Though more typical in men age 40 and older, ED can manifest at any age. Many internal systems must be operating together effectively for male arousal: the brain, nervous system, cardiovascular system, hormones, and even emotions can help or hinder during sexual situations. Because so many factors can affect arousal, most—if not all—men can experience Erectile Dysfunction at one time or another.
How is Erectile Dysfunction treated and what are the potential side effects?
Due to the range of conditions and circumstances that cause Erectile Dysfunction, there is also a range of treatment options. Some treatments are simple and direct, including medications or stress relief; others require more serious management as part of a comprehensive health plan administered by a general practitioner. At Atlantic Men’s Clinic, we work to identify the most comfortable, immediate sources of relief for Erectile Dysfunction while also coordinating care when a more comprehensive health plan is needed.
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