Plantation, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/15/2019 -- Many men are challenged by the inability to get and keep an erection firm and long enough for sex. Others have reduced sexual desire due to such related health challenges. What people should be aware of is that problems of getting and keeping an erection can also be a sign of developing health condition that necessitates treatment. Persistence of erectile dysfunction and failure to solicit for help can lead to stress, affect self-esteem and even cause relationship problems.
Causes of erectile dysfunction
Naturally, sexual arousal in men is a complicated process that engages brain, emotions, hormones, nerves, blood vessels and muscles. A problem with any of these processes may result into erectile dysfunction. Stress or mental health can even contribute to worsen the condition.
Any concern about erectile dysfunction should be shared with a doctor. This is because diagnosing and treating the underlying condition is enough to reverse erectile dysfunction.
The common causes of erectile dysfunction include high blood pressure, heart disease, clogged blood vessels, diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity, substance abuse, sleep disorders, injuries to pelvic area and spinal cord, amongst many others.
Talk to a testosterone doctor
The testosterone hormone that helps turn boys into men is still of crucial importance in grown men too. It is significant in controlling sex drive and making sperms. Lower levels of the hormone contribute to dwindling sex drive and counter ability to have kids. Though testosterone decrease is more about low sex desire and low libido, health issues like erectile dysfunction quickly sets in, exacerbating the situation.
Naturally, testosterone levels drop in men as they age. Nonetheless, there are natural ways to raise testosterone levels. These may not be limited to exercise and weight loss. There are times a doctor may suggest hormone replacement therapy. In this case testosterone is given as an injection, gel, tablets or patch to raise its levels back to normal range.
Embrace a weight management program
Several studies in men have pointed to the link between being overweight and having erectile dysfunction. Being overweight has been shown to lower testosterone levels in men. Weight gain around the waist has indicated high chances of having low testosterone levels as well.
Obesity increases risk for many disease conditions, erectile dysfunction not excluded. Men who are obese or overweight have an increased risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, high cholesterol and atherosclerosis. Each of these conditions can cause erectile dysfunction. When combined with obesity, the chances of experiencing advanced stages of the condition are greatly enhanced.
About Florida Men's Health Center
Florida Men's Health Center is a leadoff health clinic for all men, comprised of experienced specialists who treat with utmost respect and care. By specializing in all men's health challenges, the center has helped many men to determine the health problem sources and how to stay on a healthier path.
Florida Men's Health creates an environment where men, with different medical concerns, feel comfortable discussing their personal health issues. The specialists evaluate specific health conditions and symptoms before advising and administering the best treatment. The center makes it easy for men to better understand erectile dysfunction and how to deal with it.
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