ERECTION DIFFICULTIES – WHAT’S TO BLAME?

If you’re dealing with erectile dysfunction (ED) you may be playing the blame game. Was it something you did, or didn’t do?  Well, if you’re hoping to hear that ED just happens on its own, you’re mistaken. Fact is, something is usually to blame.

 

ED is usually a symptom of an underlying issue, the end result of any number of health conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, stress or anxiety.  Some of these are self-induced like smoking or drinking too much, not eating well or doing enough exercise but some are purely hereditary. Perhaps you were always at risk of developing ED simply because high blood pressure runs in the family.

 

If there’s one area you should avoid playing the blame game in it’s your relationship. Sure, relationships can be full of drama but the fact is stress and anxiety, two well known ED causing culprits, could just as easily be the result of what’s going on at work than at home. That might not make much difference to your partner, though. Partners often think the reason you have ED is because of them, work related or not. (2) So if you think this is the case, sit them down and openly discuss the issue. The last thing you need is a permanently broken relationship over what might only be a temporary speed bump. 

 

If you’ve got ED try not to play the blame game. Instead, approach things in a more rational way knowing that while there could be any number of reasons you have ED there are also many ways to deal with it, one effective option being Viagra®. Start with your GP or prescribing pharmacist. They’ll help identify any underlying health issues and discuss treatment options like Viagra®.

 

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