What Is Erectile Dysfunction (ED): Causes, Treatments, And Precautions?
What is ED (erectile dysfunction)?
ED (Erectile Dysfunction) is different from impotence (impotence), a condition in which you cannot have satisfactory sexual intercourse because you cannot have an erection or maintain an erection.
An epidemiological study conducted in Japan reported that about 20% of men in their 40s, about 40% in their 50s, and about 60% in their 60s had ED for some reason.
Cause of ED
In a normal erection, a signal from the brain is transmitted to the penis by sexual stimulation to dilate the arteries of the corpus cavernosum, and blood flows into the spongy corpus cavernosum and swells greatly. In ED, it is thought that there is a problem somewhere in the mechanism of erection, such as the insufficient spread of arteries and nerve trouble that takes time to harden and cannot be maintained. Insufficient arterial dilation due to lifestyle-related diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia, smoking, and drinking causes an insufficient supply of blood to the psychological problems such as stress, lack of sleep, and fatigue. There is also the influence of various factors.
Symptoms of ED
- I can’t get a satisfying erection
- May not erection
- Unsustainable erection
- Not enough hardness
- I can’t have sexual intercourse
- I’m not confident in sexual intercourse
Treatment for ED (Erectile Dysfunction)
At our hospital, a male urologist examines ED, and the examination room is soundproof so that you can consult with confidence. We also consider privacy at reception, so please do not hesitate to come.
Medical examinations are mainly interviews and palpation, but blood tests for male hormones and lifestyle-related diseases may be required.
The treatment uses drugs that sustain an erection by dilating blood vessels in the penis and increasing blood that flows into the corpus cavernosum. There are Viagra, Levitra, Cialis, etc., take it before sexual activity.
Not only does the male genitalia stop erecting, but it may also be associated with diseases such as arteriosclerosis and metabolic syndrome (hypertension, diabetes).
Keep in mind that early detection and treatment of erectile dysfunction is of utmost importance.
One of the causes of its popularity is that ED treatments have a wide variety of generic drugs and have the same effects and stability as the original drugs.
When taken, it inhibits PDE-5, which interferes with the inflow of blood into the male genitalia, promotes blood flow, and erects the penis by allowing it to flow correctly.
The active components contained in this product have this effect in common, but the “duration,” “effect of diet,” “appearance of effects,” and “side effects” differ depending on the ingredient.
ED (Erectile Dysfunction) is a sexual dysfunction that can occur in anyone.
The more people will get ED (erectile dysfunction).
The older you get, the more people will get ED (erectile dysfunction).
Lifestyle disorders, lack of exercise, tobacco, and excessive alcohol can also affect you.
Until a long time ago, ED was called impotence or impotence, and injection and surgical operations were the mainstream, but with the launch of Viagra, an ED treatment that enhances the reaction of erection in 1998, many ED It has become a standard treatment for patients.
At the same time, the word ED became widespread, and ED treatments (PE-5 inhibitors) became the first choice for ED treatment.
Although it has become possible to treat quickly, it takes time and patience to improve properly.
The first is to review your lifestyle and eating habits.
In mild cases, improvement effects may appear.
If the effect does not appear, use an ED treatment drug, etc., and find an improvement method that suits you while considering the time and cost of treatment.
Precautions For ED Treatment
Since each of the three types of therapeutic agents has different relationships with alcohol consumption and dietary content, duration of effect, and feeling of use, it is vital to select one that suits your lifestyle.
The remedy has the effect of suppressing the action of an enzyme, increasing blood flow to the corpus cavernosum, and facilitating erection. There are three types: Cialis (Vidalista), Viagra (Fildena Super Active), and Levitra (Vilitra 60). ED treatments do have sexual arousal or libido-promoting effects, restore the ability to retain blood there, and promote erection. It is sometimes misunderstood that if you take it, you will have an erection, but an erection occurs when you have sexual stimulation such as sight or touch.
Recommended exercise for improving ED
Recommended exercises that are said to be highly effective in improving and preventing ED (erectile dysfunction) are “aerobic exercises,” such as walking, running, and swimming.
As a guide, exercise for 3 hours or more per week is required, and it is said that continuing for about four weeks can be expected to prevent and improve ED.