The most frequently asked question about erectile dysfunction is regarding its cure. Mostly the answer is no, but it is important to realize that even if the problem is not cured, ED is treatable. First the difference between the healing from ED and its treatment should be clarified.
By treatment of ED means that helping men to have the erections when required. The treatments which are mostly recommended by doctors are generally administered orally and the popular ones are of the generic Viagra. There are patients in which even after the treatment, the causes of ED remain unchanged.
Overcoming the problems of ED is difficult to handle in men even if they are not into any relationship. There are different psychological feelings like shame, loss, envy, irresponsible and disappointment. Few are even difficult to handle especially the problem of impotence which leads to other deeper psychological problems.
The problems of ED do not choose their target on any criteria. But one important thing to realize is that the unhealthy lifestyle is one of the contributing factors of sexual problems. It is not something always related to the aging factor. There are some other diseases that may cause ED like vascular, nerve, psychological and injury to the sensitive areas. Additionally few chronic ones like prostate, bladder and colon surgery may also lead to erectile dysfunction.
50-70% cases in men of ED are due to hardening of arteries and diabetes. The treatment includes the changing lifestyle, medications for penile implantation and various other techniques. Men who are the smokers have blockages due to the plaque accumulation and the blood flow restricts due to the fat accumulation in the blood vessels. This obstruction in the blood flow towards penis is the major cause of ED. Patients of peripheral vascular disease i.e. having blocked arteries in the neck, legs, renal aorta and carotids are more exposed to ED than anyone else. Their arterial blockages must be removed for treating ED.
Treatment options for erectile dysfunction includes: life style changing, low fat diet, exercises, smoking cessation, weight loss and medications like Viagra, Cialis, Levitra etc.
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