Hi everyone this is an interesting website , I have been reading up on alternatives for impotence because my husband has a problem in this area , I'm not sure if it's physical or emotional though , I recently read about this natural cure but that would mean that it's from anxiety or stress. Can impotence be really caused from stress?
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Yes stress can be a contributing factor to impotence as can some medical conditions. We would suggest that your husband see his urologist for a check up and to discuss his problem.
It is known that diabetes can lead to impotence. The same stress, depression and anxiety. Even if a man really stressed has not the problem of impotence, there is a possibility of him experiencing premature ejaculation caused by stress. If a man suffers from impotence caused by stress, the best way to treat is to relax.
Apart from what I said above, some "bad" habits can also cause impotence. Smoking and excessive alcohol can cause erection problems, eventually leading to impotence. Sometimes, problems can only be temporary, as with alcoholics who go through periods of temporary impotence. However, these unhealthy habits may have long term harmful effects. You know very well that excessive alcohol can damage the liver and smoking can cause heart attacks. Therefore, it is advisable for men to give up these vices, though not yet threatened by the problem of impotence.
I would like to say in this context that erectile dysfunction's main culprits is definitely stress ,even if you don't realize that the torment in your brain is the cause of distress down below. But understanding the inner workings of erections can help get you back on track.
Yes...ofcourse impotency can be caused due to stress. Because stress contributes to increased blood pressure and cholesterol, it is not surprising that it is associated with a greater risk of impotence.Stress is the number one cause for erectile dysfunction in men.
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