Sex is a significant part of life. Sexual dysfunction can be embarrassing, but it doesn’t mean you have to live with it for the rest of your life. Ramesh Kumar, M.D., offers treatment worldwide for sexual health issues such as erectile dysfunction. Book your appointment and improve your vitality.
What Causes Male Sexual Problems?
Sexual dysfunction can be a result of a psychological or physical problem.
Psychological causes: These can result from stress and anxiety, relationship or marital problems, concern about sexual performance, feelings of guilt, depression, and effects of sexual trauma.
Physical causes: Medical and physical conditions can cause sexual dysfunction. The conditions include heart and vascular diseases, diabetes, hormonal imbalance, neurological disorders, drug abuse, and alcoholism. The side effects of some medications can affect sexual function and desire.
What Sexual Problems Can Affect Men?
The most common sexual health problem in men is erectile dysfunction (ED). ED is a difficulty maintaining or obtaining erection well enough for sex. ED, or impotence, is caused by blood flow problems common among aging men. Lack of libido, inadequate sexual stimulation, and relationship conflicts contribute to erectile dysfunction. ED is connected to how men discern their self-esteem.
Low libido. This means that your sexual desire or interest has decreased. The condition is linked with reduced male hormone testosterone levels which maintains sperm production, sex drive, muscle, bone, and hair. Having low testosterone affects your mood and body.
Ejaculation disorders. Problems with ejaculation include:
Premature ejaculation (PE) that occurs too soon or before penetration. PE can be caused by stress, anxiety during sex, low self-confidence, or unresolved conflict with a partner. It is suggested that the breakdown of a natural chemical that affects mood may play a role in premature ejaculation.
Causes of delayed or inhibited ejaculation include long-term health problems, surgeries, or alcohol abuse. Psychological factors can also cause it.
Retrograde ejaculation is common in men who suffer from diabetic nerve damage—problems with the bladder neck and bladder’s nerves force ejaculation to flow back.
Ways to Improve Men’s Sexual Performance
One of the best ways to improve sexual health in men is to stay active and do regular exercises. Exercising regularly helps your sexual performance by keeping your heart healthy. Be sure to schedule in some time each day for exercise to help boost your libido.
Reduce stress. Stress affects areas of your health, including libido. Stress increases blood pressure and increases your heart rate in a wrong way, damaging sexual performance and desire. Psychological stress affects reaching an orgasm or achieving an erection.
Eating fruits and vegetables like onions and garlic, bananas, chilies, and peppers help your blood circulation, helps blood flow, reduces inflammation and hypertension, and lowers your blood pressure, which boosts sexual performance and benefits important sexual functions.
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