Erectile Dysfunction Psychological
Erectile Dysfunction from a Psychological Perspective, When you first meet someone and are attracted to them, wanting them sexually is a natural and frequent response. Married couples, or long term couples, become habituated to one another, they get saturated by the amount of contact they have, and life begins to intrude. Often sex becomes a scheduled chore rather than a spontaneous and joyous encounter with someone you find to be fun and exciting. This week Brett and I focus not on the mechanical or physical causes and problems that lead to loss of erections in men, but on the emotional and psychological contributors.
It’s no secret that Viagra has been used to help to treat erectile dysfunction, maintain sexual arousal and stimulate the penis into prolonged sessions of erection, but how does this scientifically-developed treatment actually work and what makes it so effective at what it does?
Well, for dozens of years now men around the world have been taking advantage of the effects and benefits of Viagra to enjoy a healthier sex life without having to undergo risky hormone treatments, but let’s take a look at what makes this FDA approved treatment so much more effective than other treatments on the market.