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What are the causes of erectile dysfunction risk factors?

Multiple factors frequently contribute to erectile dysfunction. Numerous illnesses can harm muscles, neurons, arteries, and blood flow, which can affect erectile function.

These conditions include chronic kidney disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, obstructed arteries, heart and blood vessel disease, and clogged arteries. Additional root causes include:

Nerve damage: There may have been a physical injury that requires medical attention to the penis, spinal cord, prostate, bladder, or pelvis. This includes a sizable contingent of males who underwent radiation or surgery for prostate cancer.
unhealthy lifestyle, which includes obesity, smoking, binge drinking, and inactivity.
Mental health: Erectile dysfunction can be caused by depression, stress, and anxiety related to sexual failure.
Antidepressants are among the drugs that can have adverse sexual effects.

Both misunderstandings and erectile dysfunction are fairly widespread. For instance, erectile dysfunction is frequently caused by an underlying physical health issue rather than being a natural part of becoming older.

It's also crucial to understand that consuming alcohol won't help you keep your erection. In fact, drinking too much alcohol can contribute to erectile dysfunction.

Erectile dysfunction is not something you have to just put up with. Almost all cases of erectile dysfunction are curable, and treatment can enhance a patient's general physical and mental health as well as their intimacy with their partner.


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