What Causes Male Impotence?

Male impotence can be caused by a number of factors. While everyone’s body is different, most cases can be treated either at home or with the help of a professional. This guide will go over some of the most common reasons for male impotence and how they can be treated today.

Low Testosterone

Men of all ages can suffer from low testosterone, and this hormonal imbalance is likely to cause impotence until it’s corrected. As men get older, testosterone naturally decreases although it sometimes decreases far more than usual. In this case, a doctor may prescribe supplementation to increase testosterone levels.

Other times, testosterone may be decreased due to a poor diet, lack of exercise, or even stress. Some possible cures may include a balanced diet, weightlifting, and getting enough sleep. However, only a professional test can accurately determine one’s testosterone levels, and sometimes medicine is necessary to fix the root problem.

Nervousness and Stress

Many healthy men experience impotence from time to time. Whether it’s from nerves with a new partner or a long day at work, it can happen when one least expects it. However, if it’s a recurring problem or has begun to happen more frequently, there are a number of psychological reasons that may be at play.

If a man is consistently worried about debt, their career, or other major aspects of their life, it’s likely that these worries will enter the bedroom as well. Sometimes deep breathing and relaxation is enough to prevent impotence, but other times a therapist may be needed. Relationship problems can also affect sexual performance, and that’s why it’s crucial that partners talk to one another to keep things from spiraling out of control. 

Alcohol, Caffeine, and Nicotine

An abundance of alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine can lead to impotence in some men. Nicotine reduces blood flow which may cause erections to weaken in strength. Alcohol acts as a depressant which can reduce sensations, and too much caffeine may cause an increase in anxiety which can hinder performance. 

Regular impotence can lead to sexual dissatisfaction, stress, and low self-worth. Depending on the root cause, it may require professional help to treat. It’s important to take impotence seriously so it can be treated before it gets worse. Contact the team at Michigan ED Clinics today for more information on impotence treatment or premature ejaculation treatment

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