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How to treat ED?

Erectile Dysfunction
Modern man can do absolutely everything to protect and enhance his sexual life. And if there is a problem, there will always be a solution. Erectile dysfunction, or impotence can be a serious problem that requires a fast and reliable solution. What is erectile dysfunction? How to treat erectile dysfunction? Let's take a closer look at these questions.

What is Erectile Dysfunction?
National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse defines the Erectile Dysfunction as: Erectile dysfunction, often called "impotence", is described as the repeated inability to get an erection firm and long enough for sexual intercourse.
The word "impotence" may also have a slightly different meaning and describes other problems that influence sexual intercourse between man and woman, such as lack of desire to have a sex, problems with ejaculation, premature ejaculation and low male libido.If all these problems are not involved, you can use the term erectile dysfunction to makes it clear.
Erectile dysfunction, or ED for short, is a total inability to get an erection. If a man can maintain only brief erections, he has erectile dysfunction as well. Since there is no standard of "long erections" and "brief erections", it's difficult to tell if a person has erectile dysfunction or not. It's also difficult to estimate number of sufferers; it can range from 30 million to 60 million. According to the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, approximately 3% of all visits to the physician office were made to treat erectile dysfunction in 2005. By 2009, that rate had doubled to 6%.
Erectile dysfunction in older men often has a physical cause like disease, injury, or side effects of prescription drugs. Any injury to the nerves that interferes normal blood flow in the penis can cause erectile dysfunction. Incidence grows with age: from 10 percent of 40-year-old men to 25 percent of 65-year-old men. But erectile dysfunction is not an inevitable part of aging process.
What you should know is that you can treat erectile dysfunction at any age. More and more men start seeking help and return to normal sexual life since more and more new successful ways to treat erectile dysfunction appear.

Erection
Erectile dysfunction is inability to get an erection. What is erection? There are two chambers called the corpora cavernosa in your penis, which run the length of the organ. These chambers are "made" of spongy tissue. The spongy tissue is a set of smooth muscles, spaces, fibrous tissues, veins and arteries. The urethra (channel for urine and ejaculate) runs along the underside of these two chambers.
Erection starts with physical or mental stimulation, or both. Signals from your brain and local nerves cause the muscles of the corpora cavernosa to relax. They then allow blood to flow in and fill the spaces.
The blood creates pressure in the corpora cavernosa and your penis expands. The tunica albuginea traps the blood in the penis and maintains erection.
After the end of stimulation muscles in the penis contract to stop the blood inflow and open blood outflow, erection is reversed.

Erectile Dysfunction Causes
Since an erection requires an accurate sequence of events, erectile dysfunction can be caused by any problems with these events. These events are: impulses in the brain, spinal cord, and area around the penis, responses in muscles, fibrous tissues, veins, and arteries in and near the penis.
All physical problems in brain, nerves, arteries, smooth muscles, and penis tissues can become erectile dysfunction causes. Diseases such as chronic alcoholism, kidney disease, multiple sclerosis, high blood pressure, and atherosclerosis cause about 70 percent of erectile dysfunction cases. Diabetes us another cause of erectile dysfunction, between 35 and 50 percent of men with diabetes suffer from erectile dysfunction.
Penis surgery can also injure nerves and arteries near the penis and cause erectile dysfunction. Injury to the penis, spinal cord, prostate, bladder, and pelvis can harm nerves, smooth muscles, arteries, and fibrous tissues of the corpora cavernosa and cause erectile dysfunction.

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