How Erectile Dysfunction is curable: You don't have to be impotent - Kindle Edition
Erectile dysfunction is defined as having the inability to maintain an erection that is hard enough (stiffness) and that lasts long enough (duration) to achieve penetration during intercourse. It is characterized by the regular or repeated inability to obtain or maintain an erection. An occasional problem achieving an erection is nothing to worry about. But failure to do so more than 50% of the time at any age may indicate erectile dysfunction.
The study of erectile dysfunction within medicine is covered by andrology, a sub-field within urology.
Erectile dysfunction -ranging from complete inability to maintain erection to inadequate length of the erection - affects millions of men all over the world. Alone in the United States thirty million men suffer from erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is generally thought of as a condition only affecting older men, but a new study shows just how many young men may also have ED.
A study showed that erectile dysfunction isn’t being treated very often, with only 25.4 percent of men.
Men with ED are also at higher risk for developing many diseases, including heart disease, arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), diabetes mellitus, renal failure, liver and vascular disease. All these diseases have been associated with ED.
Despite the launch of anti-impotence drugs, erectile dysfunction (ED) is still a taboo subject among men. Erectile Dysfunction (ED), is a subject that many men would prefer to ignore, not discuss with their partner or seek treatment for. Nearly a quarter of men are too embarrassed to even discuss it with their wives.
Men wait an average of two years before seeking help for ED, during which time, any underlying conditions could get worse.
The causes of ED, as it is commonly known, are varied. It can occur due to both physiological and psychological reasons.
Despite the widespread opinion, that ED only is curable with chemical drugs, there are ways to overcome ED effective and permanently. And above all, in a very safe way.
In this book you'll get introduced to one of the most powerfull weapons against ED.