Sunday, October 25, 2015
The most common causes of impotent in senior citizens
According to some statistics, about 50% of men that are more than 40 years old suffer from impotent. This percentage is growing as the aging process continues. What is shocking is that most of them are suffering although there is a solution.
Impotence is a very common health problem in men that are more than 65 years old. It can affect the relationship with the family partner and even with the community.
No matter if you are dealing with erectile dysfunction(ed) or you simply want to improve your sexual performance in the bedroom and surprise your partner, you should definitely consider male enhancement pills. But, before you do that, it is also a good idea to check the causes of impotence in the first place.
These causes of impotence in old men can be separated in five categories – pharmaceutical, hormonal, cardiovascular, psychological and neurological. When it comes to specific causes of importance in this category of people we can list few of the most common ones. By learning more about the causes, you will learn how to deal with this problem.
Unfortunately, the number of people who are obese in old age is growing. Obesity often leads to diabetes, heart disease and impotent. Since you have more time when you are old, take some time for yourself and your health. Follow the advice of experienced nutritionists, start practicing a new healthy diet and don’t forget to be active. These activities will surely reduce your weight and make you feel better. Of course, it treat impotent as well.
Diabetes is considered to be the main risk factor for the occurrence of impotence/erectile dysfunction(ed) in old men. Problems related to arteries and nerve damage are some of the complications as a result of diabetes. Impotent is present when these damages to the nerves and capillaries are located in the penis. In addition, diabetes is closely related to heart disease and kidney disease which can also increase the chances of erectile dysfunction(ed).
Diseases that affect the central nervous system can lead to impotence too. Some of these diseases and disorders that are frequent in old men like multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease or stroke are on top of this list.
Benign hyperplasia of the prostate is actually overgrowth of the prostate cells or expansion of the prostate. The frequency of this disease is increasing with the aging process. According to some statistics certain degree of benign hyperplasia is present in 2 out of 3 men a the age of 40 and in more than 90% of men older than 75. It is good to mention that the disease itself doesn’t cause impotence, but the drugs used to treat this disease can lead to side effects linked to erectile dysfunction(ed).
Injuries and physical trauma
Unfortunately, things like injuries and physical trauma are not uncommon in old men. Trauma of the pelvis like pelvic fractures and spinal cord injuries may lead to damage to the nerves which eventually leads to impotence. Soft erection treatment with pills is highly recommended, but only with monitoring and consultation with a specialist.