Male impotence is the term for the inability in men to achieve and maintain an erection.
This problem can be caused by various reasons such as insufficient blood flowing in the penis, which is needed for an erection, psychological causes such as stress, anxiety and fatigue. Is very important to evaluate and eliminate situations that produce them.
We have some natural remedies to try to solve this problem.
In Luxor Madrid we studied Eastern cultures, we know various massage techniques and acupressure very beneficial to treat this disorder and can help trigger sexual appetite restoring the muscular vigor which is essential for nervous energy, pressing and massaging certain points in the body.
If this massage is combined with alfalfa sprouts, which are very beneficial for strengthening the immune system and tone the nervous system, suppresses alcohol intake and a healthy diet is carried from vegetables and fresh fruit is helpful in all those suffering from impotence.
Which are the effects of male impotence?
The difficulty to get an erection during sexual arousal hinders the final objective of mutual sexual satisfaction.
But as important as this, we have the negative social connotations that go hand to hand with this problem. Impotence is something that causes great frustration in men, low self-esteem and decayin the mood of who those suffering it.
Anxiety due to poor sexual performance, concern about what could happen and social concern about what the couple might think may lead to men suffering it to a state of anxiety in later sexual encounters that will facilitate the appearance of new erection problems.
To consider that a man suffers from impotence at least 25% of the times during intercourse should appear. It is also important to know that it can be something circumstantial, that is to say, linked to determined places, people or situations.
But we are going to determine the causes of erectile dysfunction:
- Anxiety about sexual performance.
- Trying to force an erection.
- Inappropriate sex education.
- Fear to sexual failure.
- Sexual phobias: secretions, anxiety about nudity, complexes…
- Low testosterone levels.
- Taking certain drugs.
- Injuries in the testicles or penis.
- Alcohol or tobacco consumption.
- Vascular or blood supply problems.
- As a side effect of some diseases, such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis, hypertension, etc.