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How Does Stress Affect a Man Sexually?

tefmadore October 22, 2020

Erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as male sexual weakness, affects a large number of men all over the globe. Fact is, over 40% of men above the age of 40 suffer from ED. ED is brought about as a result of a mix of various emotive and physical causes. It now becomes vital to fathom how these causes lead to men suffering from ED.

It is not at all hard to diagnose ED, and there are some cures that are available to deal with this issue, and these include the likes of living a lifestyle which is healthy, talk therapy, and various pills. All of these tend to progress the flow of blood to the penis and also erection signaling, which is an enormous help in preventing Impotence in men (ED).

All over the UK, 1,000 men were tested for their views on The Fault of Man in Bed and whether they felt that their lifestyles or their work affected the way they performed in the bedroom.

Work Stress, Sex Life And Sexual Performance

Either unconsciously or determinedly, the stress that we go through for of our work life has a big impact on our fitness, mentally and physically, or work stress also affects our sex life.

As much as 22% of men claim that they give more priority to their work and not their sex life. 23% more men said that work stress affected their bedroom performance. It is thus very pure that as far as at least some men are concerned, they need help with balancing their work life.

In this survey that was done, one of the leading causes of the reason for flaw in man (Erectile dysfunction), was found to be stress due to work. Thus, it is just no shock that work-life does affect the sex life of men, and this is more so in men who have higher locations in the management.

Studies reveal that more than a quarter (27%) of men, who were in high positions in management, claimed that they were not able to get an erection or keep an erection on a regular basis.

Sex Life, ED, And Earnings

With certain males, there is a link between how often they have sex and how much they earned. 15% of the males stated that the more money they earned, the lesser sex they had.

As salaries have been reported to be hiked from £50,000 to £70,000, so has there been a hike in the number of males suffering since ED, with the jump in men suffering from ED being from 47% up to 67%.

The males who have reported suffering from ED most frequently, are the men who earn between £70,000 to £80,000. 68% of men who are in this pay range, said they have suffered from ED.

Sex Life, ED Risk Factors and Triggers

Of the males who were surveyed, 25% categorized themselves as being overweight, and this is, of course, a very well known risk factor for ED.

Another trigger that brings about ED is stress. 23% of the males surveyed claimed that they were at a bigger risk of suffering from ED, as their lives were filled with stress, depression, or anxiety.

Other triggers that could lead to men suffering from ED are taking illegal medicines and smoking. Nearly as many as 1 in 5 men, started using Viagra or other medicines which are similar to this, such as Super Vidalista, Super Fildena, Super Vilitra, Malegra 100, and Super Tadarise.

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