Before understanding what causes erectile dysfunction (ED), we need to know what is erectile dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction is the inability to get a hard erection or to sustain the hard penis erection for a long lasting love making. The penis hydraulic erection happens when the brain transmits signal to the penis nerves which are connected in the penis soft tissues. And this whole process is done through blood pumping into the penis to make it big and hard. And once when the blood enters the penis, it stops going back until the love making is over.
What causes erectile dysfunction or impotence?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) or Impotence can be caused due to various psychological and physical reactions in the body. BBC health statistics shows that around 30% of the men have psychological erectile dysfunction and where as 70% have physical erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is the nature’s way of saying loving is more important than love making! Every man in this world has to go through erectile dysfunction (ED) during some point in their life time. They could be affected by ED either in their mid 50’s or even mid 30’s.
There is no predefined age as to when a man will possibly get erectile dysfunction / impotence. That depends on their individual body and mind conditions.
Generally the low sex drive happens due to decrease in testosterone as men grow older. And this is the most common factor for erectile dysfunction in men. But there are a lot of men who does have a hard erection even in their 50’s and 60’s without taking any Viagra, Cialis or Levitra for love making.
These men are exception. But still, even they will have to go through ED at some point in their life.
Analysis of what causes erectile dysfunction:
As said earlier erectile dysfunction can be occur only by two health causes and they are:
Psychological Erectile Dysfunction
Physical Erectile Dysfunction
Psychological causes of erectile dysfunction (ED)
The mentioned below is the list of possible causes of erectile dysfunction:
Physical causes of erectile dysfunction (ED)
High Blood Pressure
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Motor Neuron Disease (MND)
Spinal Cord Injury
Cardio Vascular Disorders