Treatment for erectile dysfunction in Dublin.
Typically, men are not great at taking care of their health and it usually takes something of significance like their sexual ability and performance to make them pay attention and seek some help. It is obviously a very sensitive subject; deep down every man wishes to have and judges himself on his sexual ability and prowess. So to find one-self losing this ability can really shatter a mans’ confidence . It can cause stress, anxiety, debilitates self-esteem and contribute to the breakdown of a relationship. The subject is made even more difficult to address because when men do talk to a doctor about their problem, the reality is that ED can have many causes and presents in many guises.
What is Erectile Dysfunction?
What does it mean to be impotent ? ED is usually described as the inability to create and maintain an erection strong enough for lasting penetrative sex. For all the guys I have helped to treat for erectile dysfunction over the years I’ve found that it has been soo embarrassing and humiliating for them to have to admit to the problem, and come forward looking for help. For most guys they are literally dying inside and the more this issue occurs, the more pressure that comes upon them.
There are several features to ED: some men have problems getting erections in the first place, while others have difficulty maintaining an erection that lasts long enough for sex. Lifestyle and mind-set, play a big role in how your penis functions. For a start, men (and women) need to understand that as a man ages, he can expect different types of erections, and it is a given fact that after men hit 40 years of age, they will find some difference in the quality of their erections, and for drinkers and smokers, this can start even earlier.
I recommend to everyone to consult a GP to ensure all medical and physical issues are cleared. It is possible that blood pressure and ED can be a marker for heart disease, so it’s very worthwhile getting a blood test to rule out any potential health issues.. ED symptoms may occur earlier than those of heart disease due to cardiovascular issues such atherosclerosis – the narrowing of blood vessels throughout parts of the body – which is believed to be the most common cause of erectile dysfunction and a warning sign of a future heart attack or stroke.
Successful treatment for erectile dysfunction is possible.
For most men consulting at my clinic it’s a mental issue. A man’s identity is hugely connected to his erection; once pressure is introduced, it creates a vicious circle of anxiety and stress in a man. Depression and anxiety are common in men with ED and can affect not only the sexual relationship but affects their social and work activities as well. So building strong psychological foundations and learning how to take control of your mindset and repairing self-esteem and confidence are an essential part of the process in overcoming erectile dysfunction. To order to examine, fully understand and build real psychological foundations to overcome these issues, I strongly recommend the Thrive Programme. It is a specialist programme that teaches you how to manage your thoughts, emotions and beliefs so you can be in control of you life. Almost every issue or problem that a person can suffer from is driven by psychological and/or emotional forces. If we understand these forces then it is possible to change them and successfully resolve ED.