Impotency :: Facts behind the Women’s & Men’s Sexual Dysfunction

Thirty-one percent of men and 43 percent of women regularly suffer from some form of sexual dysfunction. The good news is that while there is no “cure” for male impotence, there are a number of very effective treatments now widely available.

Thirty-one percent of men and 43 percent of women regularly suffer from some form of sexual dysfunction, warranting recognition as a significant public health concern, according to a new comprehensive U.S. sex study.

In both women and men, sexual dysfunction is related to emotional and stress problems including poor health, poor quality of life and prior traumatic sexual experiences.

It is estimated that approximately forty percent of women have some form of sexual dysfunction. Sexual behavior and response requires the complicated intertwining of environmental, physical (both anatomical and hormonal) and psychological factors. And if you have a problem with sex, you?re not alone. About 66 percent of all women have sexual concerns, including lack of desire and complete lack of orgasm.

Lack of sex drive (lack of libido) is extremely common in women ? but quite rare in men. Our estimate is that at any one time, several hundred thousand women in Britain are troubled by lack of libido. It’s important to stress that many of these women have no problems with having orgasms. However, they have no real desire to have sex, and their minds are not turned on by the prospect of lovemaking.

In women, some experts believe that one cause of weak sexual desire is, ironically, low testosterone levels. Normally associated with brawny, deep-voiced men, testosterone is a hormone with a definite masculine identity. But women also make small amounts of it in their ovaries, and it plays an important role in their sexual lives. Without a healthy level of testosterone in the blood, some researchers believe, women are unable to properly respond to sexual stimuli. Furthermore, there is anecdotal evidence that testosterone supplements can restore the sex drive in women.

No Desire in women can be of either physical ( due to anemia, alcoholism, drug abuse, generalized disorders, such as diabetes, hyperprolactinaemia etc) or psychological origin (due to depression, stress and overwork, anxiety, hang-ups from childhood, past sexual abuse or rape, latent lesbianism, serious relationship problems with the husband/partner and difficult living conditions). Drugs like sildenafil (Viagra), Cialis, Levitra have still (2005) not been shown to help women with lack of desire, though there is some evidence that they may have a beneficial ‘local’ effect in increasing blood flow to the vagina and clitoris for a few hours. They may also increase lubrication in some women.

A very good alternative is to go to a woman doctor at a family planning clinic, since these practitioners deal with this particular problem every day of the week and are used to sorting it out. Men with abnormal pituitary glands can overproduce the hormone prolactin, which usually turns off the sex drive. Men with no physical abnormalities almost invariably have nightly erections during sleep.
Researchers find that the risk factors for impotence are essentially the same as for heart disease. High cholesterol levels and high blood pressure cause plaques to form in the arteries to the genitals, too.
There are many factors that can cause impotence. Certain medications and drugs, such as alcohol, cigarettes, antidepressants, antihistamines, antihypertentives, blood pressure medication, chemotherapy, diuretics, narcotics, nicotine, sedatives, steroids (if abused), stomach acid inhibitors and ulcer medications, can all interfere with normal erectile function.

The good news is that while there is no “cure” for male impotence, there are a number of very effective treatments now widely available. Since Viagra, the original impotence pill, burst on to the market in 1998, over 16 million men worldwide have been treated successfully and have been able to resume an active sex life.

Now that Viagra patents have expired, the pharmaceutical market has expanded to include new, similar prescription drugs. These new drugs, called PDE-5 inhibitors, include Cialis and Levitra. For more information about these drugs and their effects, please visit the official and informative site such as; www.viagra.com, www.cialismagic.com, www.cialis.com and www.levitra.com. Researchers believe that the market for impotency drugs is going to expand rapidly over the next five to ten years.

The above article of Impotency is for only educational and informational purpose. We suggest you consult your healthcare professional if you have any questions or concerns.



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