What is impotence (impotence)?
Impotence (obsolete term) or erectile dysfunction means that a man can not get or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. Overall, between 10% and 30% of men of all ages suffer from erectile dysfunction from time to time or permanently. Most people experience this problem at some point in their lives, with age, the number of cases increases, due to the accumulation of disease, complicated by erectile dysfunction ..
What are the causes of erectile dysfunction?
There are two types of impotence: physical and psychological impotence
Physical impotence may follow damage to or deterioration of nerve conduction or vascular support of the penis. It can also be caused by sex hormones. Many drugs, drugs and alcohol, can cause erectile dysfunction. Smoking can also damage the arteries in the body and cause impotence. Nerve fibers in the damaged spinal cord in multiple sclerosis, or as a complication after surgery can cause impotence.
Psychological (or emotional), impotence is the result of fear, stress, anxiety, anger, or suspense. It can also develop from the "excitement about the quality of sexual intercourse" (fear not men udoletvorit partner), or from the fear of premature ejaculation.