Impotence 'A Taboo in Men's Sexual Life
The problem of Impotence is estimated to have affected over 10 million men from around the world. Some people believe that the problem has not come up in its worst form but has the potential to damage the sexual life of even larger proportions of people. The problem of impotence has been seen as a "Taboo" on the sexual life of a person. In men over 60, the main cause of Impotence is atherosclerosis that narrows arteries throughout the body and can restrict the flow of blood into the penis. It affects the veins, allowing blood to leak out of Corpora Cavernosa that prevents the penis to have or maintain an erection.
Impotence is also related to psychological factors that may affect a person due to problems such as depression, stress and emotions. This very fact prevents a person suffering from the problem to come out in open and talk about the deficiency. A kind of self-esteem and ego come in the way of proper communication that is very essential in overcoming the disease. A doctor won't be in a position to help the patients unless he is free to answer the queries and discuss the problem without any barrier.
If we believe in the studies and facts collected from various agencies and organizations about the disease in particular, we find that the problem of Impotence is very much curable. It has been found that virtually 100% of impotency problems can be successfully diagnosed and treated unless there is any serious problem associated with the disease such as the injury to the nerves or the vascular supply necessary in the erectile process.
The problem of Impotence creates a havoc in a person's mind to such an extent that he tends to feel uncomfortable about future events and happenings in his sexual life. A person becomes more circumspect after the deficiency and his deeds and behavior depict the influence of the very deficiency he carries.
When sexual stimulation occurs, nerve endings in the penis release neurotransmitters, including nitric oxide. This causes the corpora cavernosa, two rods of spongy tissue that run the length of the penis, to relax and fill with blood from the penile arteries. The supply of extra blood fills a network of veins known as sinusoids, which expand, closing off other veins that normally drain blood from the penis. The result is an erection.
Scarring from an injury or a disorder of the connective tissue, such as Peyronie's disease, may alter circulation in the penis and prevent it from expanding fully. Men suffering from diabetes often experience impotence early in their lives because the complication of the disease can impede both the blood flow as well as the transmission of the nerve impulses.
Viagra has achieved very good results in curing Impotence.
People of all age groups have shown their satisfaction over the
drug. It has been successful in treating Impotence of both kinds
- psychogenic impotence and organic impotence. The drug enhances
your power to have and maintain an erection. There are certain
side effects of the disease, varying from person to person. A
proper advise from a practitioner would ensure that the patient
is free from possible side effects and problems. Despite all the
talks about the success and the failure rate of the drug, Viagra
has been successful in maintaining the records of safety and
trust in the market.
About the author:
Steve Clark is a well known online publisher and has published lot of articles on Men's Health related problems.