How common are erection problems?

According to research, 150 million men have erectile dysfunction and this number will double by 2025. In population-based studies, the incidence in men over the age of 18 was found to be over 40%. With increasing age, every man’s probability of having erectile problems increases.

Symptoms That Accompany Erectile Dysfunction
If you have any of these symptoms, talk to your doctor before starting any treatment.
 Depression
 High blood pressure
 Major concern
 Less sexual desire
 Diabetes

How does an erection occur?
 Men should be spiritually stimulated accordingly.
 The borders carrying the erection start signal should be strong and healthy.
 The vessels carrying blood to the penis must be healthy.
 Pelvic muscles should be tight enough to lift the penis up when blood fills the penis.

There are two “tubes of spongy tissue” that run along the penis. This spongy tube is surrounded by a “hard fibrous-partially elastic” outer sheath. When spiritually stimulated, these spongy tissues expand to allow more blood to fill the penis. The veins that run over the outer shell of the penis are then compressed, roughing the blood out of the penis. As the outflow of blood is stopped
The penis swells in the outer sheath and provides an erection. The pelvic muscles, particularly the ischiocavernosus and bulbospongiosus, play a valuable role in achieving an adequate erection.

Causes of Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction has many causes. Some worthwhile causes of erectile dysfunction include:

Nerve Damage
 Spinal cord trauma
 Multiple sclerosis
 Diabetic neuropathy
 Pelvic surgery (prostate, bowel)
 Parkinson’s disease
 Alzheimer’s disease

Poor Blood Flow
 Atherosclerosis (narrowing of blood vessels)
 Diabetes
 High blood pressure
 Smoking

urological problems
 Peyronie’s disease
 Pelvic trauma
 Pelvic floor dysfunction
 Prostate enlargement

Interaction with drugs, alcohol and drugs
 Alcohol and drug use
 Hypertension (High blood pressure), High cholesterol, Depression, Psychiatric disorders,
Prostate cancer, drugs used in the treatment of prostate hyperplasia
Metabolic problems that impair the function of blood vessels (endothelial dysfunction)
 Diabetes, Obesity, Sleep apnea
 Hypertension (high blood pressure)
 High cholesterol, Smoking, Thyroid
 Hypogonadism (not enough testosterone [androgen deficiency] in the testicles and/or sperm
a condition in which it cannot produce [spermatogenesis])

psychosocial reasons
 Performance anxiety
 Sexual attitudes and upbringing
 Relationship issues
 Employment and financial pressures
 Depression
 Mental disorders