Amongst the many diseases and health concerns that can affect the aging male body, erectile dysfunction is often considered one of the most inconvenient. This condition affects millions of men and compromises their abilities in the bedroom; thus leading to a less satisfactory sex life and often also the development of problems within their relationships or marriages. When erectile dysfunction is diagnosed, there is often an underlying health concern that can be addressed, instead of targeting the particular sexual dysfunction directly.
It is important for men to consider the possibility of underlying causes of erectile dysfunction when they experience the symptoms of this sexual dysfunction. In this article, we will explore erectile dysfunction, the potential underlying factors that may contribute to these symptoms, and also take a look at how bioresonance therapy may aid in the diagnosis and successful treatment of erectile dysfunction.
Erectile Dysfunction Overview And Prevalence
Erectile dysfunction is one of the most commonly doctor-diagnosed sexual dysfunctions in men. This particular sexual dysfunction is most often found in men who are older than 40 years of age, but can develop in younger individuals as well. According to Mayo Clinic, erectile dysfunction when a man experience one or both of two specific symptoms that are associated with this conditions. These symptoms may include not being able to have an erection, even when the man is sexually stimulated, or being able to obtain an erection when sexually stimulated, but not being able to keep the erection long enough to have sexual intercourse.
The prevalence of erectile dysfunction highly depends on the age of the general male population. Cleveland Clinic reports that as much as 40% of men experience erectile dysfunction at the age of 40. The prevalence significantly increases with age. At the age of 70, only around 30% of men are still able to obtain an erection or keep an erection when they are having sex. In the United States alone, an average of 617,715 new cases of erectile dysfunction is diagnosed by a healthcare professional on an annual basis. It is important to note that, even though these statistics mostly focuses on older men – particularly those who have at least reached the age of 40 – there is a significant amount of younger men who also suffer from these symptoms.
Underlying Causes Of Erectile Dysfunction
In some cases, erectile dysfunction may be caused by a factor that is directly contributing to the symptoms. For example, when a man has obtained an injury to his penis, the injury could be causing him to experience the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. In most cases, however, there is an underlying health concern that is contributing to the symptoms a man is experiencing – with a particular emphasis on poor blood flow, which is often caused by conditions that affect the heart, such as atherosclerosis.
Medical News Today explains that high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels and diabetes are also known to contribute to the development of symptoms associated with erectile dysfunction. Metabolic syndrome and obesity are two conditions also known to lead to a higher risk of developing this sexual dysfunction.
There are also numerous lifestyle factors that can cause erectile dysfunction, such as smoking, which causes blood vessels to become restricted. Alcohol and drug abuse can also contribute significantly to the development of erectile dysfunction symptoms.
Treatment Options For Erectile Dysfunction
The treatment of erectile dysfunction can be somewhat complicated in many cases. When a direct cause is found, then a healthcare professional will aim to treat the problem with pharmaceutical drugs that help to stimulate better erections. In most cases, however, a healthcare professional may prefer to search for an underlying cause, such as restricted blood vessels, hormone imbalances and problems with the patient’s nerves.
Bioresonance Therapy For Erectile Dysfunction
Since an underlying cause might be difficult to diagnose when a patient’s first sign of such a disease is symptoms that are associated with erectile dysfunction, a healthcare professional may have a difficult time to determine how they can successfully treat a patient’s erectile dysfunction. With the use of bioresonance therapy, however, the diagnosis can become somewhat easier. Bioresonance therapy sends electromagnetic waves into the patient’s body and then records a response. This process allows the healthcare provider utilizing the bioresonance device to determine what may be causing the patient to experience erectile dysfunction based on the response provided by the patient’s body. Additionally, bioresonance therapy has been proven successful in treating many of the potential healthcare concerns that may be contributing to the patient’s erectile dysfunction symptoms.
The development of erectile dysfunction can be inconvenient to a man who is sexually active; thus leading to a range of complications, such as symptoms related to depression, as well as a lower libido and possibly ejaculatory problems as well. With this particular sexual dysfunction, an underlying health concern is often to blame for the symptoms. Bioresonance therapy offers a method for determining these underlying causes; thus allowing for a more accurate diagnosis and treatment, which improves the man’s abilities in the bedroom and allows them to, once again, thoroughly satisfy their partner.