Men's health at any age
Recently, despite the busy pace of life, it has also become fashionable and relevant among business people to engage in sports, fitness, monitor their health and nutrition, which can not but rejoice. But only to their male intimate health, men still do not pay due attention. And in vain! After all, according to WHO, there are more than 150 million men in the world who have faced the problem of erectile dysfunction (ED). As with other chronic disorders, the prevalence of ED increases with age. And after 40 years, 40% of men face this disease, and in 60 years – already 67%! However, among the patients of our clinics there are both 25 and 20-year-old men. A sedentary lifestyle (office, car), constant stress, concomitant diseases-all this contributes to the fact that the disease "gets younger". Despite the widespread prevalence, approximately 70% of ED patients do not see a doctor, and according to the general medical practice review, less than 12% of men with ED have been treated for this. But erectile dysfunction can jeopardize self-esteem and cause feelings of self-doubt, because it is known that most people associate masculinity with sexual function.
What is erectile dysfunction (ED)?
ED is a recurring condition in which it is impossible to achieve or maintain the degree of erection that allows for full sexual intercourse. Anyone, even a healthy man, can have erectile disorders, but if ED persists or periodically recurs, then it is necessary to consult a doctor for advice and treatment.
Usually, disorders of sexual function are not independent diseases, but exist and develop as comorbidities. Erectile dysfunction can occur in endocrine disorders, such as diabetes and hypogonadism (a decrease in testosterone levels due to disorders of the pituitary gland or testicles), or be associated with various urological diseases (acute and chronic prostatitis), lesions in the cerebral cortex of the centers of regulation of sexual functions, etc. The erectile dysfunction caused by these causes is organic.
Erectile dysfunction can also be a symptom of neuropsychiatric disorders, such as neurosis, depression, and other neurotic disorders. This is a so-called psychogenic erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is often mixed in nature. Thus, the treatment of erectile dysfunction should be comprehensive and aimed at solving both the organic and psychological problems of the patient related to his sexual life.
In our clinics, we use various methods for the diagnosis of erectile dysfunction, such as: vasoactive drugs test, Dopplerography of the vessels of the penis to assess blood flow in the cavernous bodies, testing of the nervous conductivity of the penis – biotesiometry, ultrasound, tests. A comprehensive examination lasts at least 40 minutes. According to the statistics of the Medical On Group corporation, 98% of patients with erectile dysfunction of any age (even after 65 years), modern medicine is able to help solve problems with potency and completely restore an erection!
There are no standard treatment methods in Medical On Group. In each specific case, urologists individually select the course of treatment that is most suitable for each patient. In our clinics, we help not only to solve the problems of the organic nature of sexual dysfunction, but also to overcome the psychological barriers associated with this disease, so you do not need to be afraid to go to the doctor! The disease itself will not pass, and over time the situation can only get worse! Do not self-medicate, only a doctor can determine effective methods of therapy!
Why do you need sex?
Sex is a source of endorphins ("hormones of joy"), as well as a natural painkiller.
Sex is one of the most powerful muscle relaxants known to physiologists.
The immune system can also be stimulated by sex.
Sex can act as a sleeping pill.
Men who have less than 2 orgasms per week are more likely to die from any cause (disease) compared to those who have two or more orgasms per week.
Research conducted in Wales in the 1980s showed that men who had sex twice a week or more often suffered half as many heart attacks as men who had sex less than once a month.
It is proven that men who regularly live a sexual life have a lower risk of prostate cancer.