Erectile dysfunction is coined as a term when a person is incompetent to keep the erection firm enough for copulation.
Frequently having an erectile problem does not speak for concern. But if it is an ongoing issue than it may affect your self-confidence, can create stress and can contribute towards an unhealthy relationship. Also, some studies suggest that continuous erection problem can also imply an underlying health condition that is in need of treatment.
There are basically two signs that point towards erectile dysfunction. First is reduce sexual desire and second is trouble in getting and keeping a phallus.
A male coital method is quite a complex process that involves the functioning of the brain, hormones, emotions, nerves, muscles and blood vessels. And the culprit can be among them. Furthermore, stress and mental health can also cause or sometimes worsen this dysfunction.
A combination of both a physical error or psychological disbalance can sometimes cause erectile dysfunction.
Some of the physical causes that can contribute towards erectile dysfunction are any form of heart disease, diabetes, blood pressure, obesity and Parkinsons. Sleep problem, alcohol and tobacco consumption can also lead to erectile dysfunction. Whereas psychological problems like stress, anxiety, depression or some kind of mental breakdown can also cause the problem.
There are some ways that can counter erectile dysfunction or can minimise future risks.