Obesity Erectile Dysfunction
To have a happy and peaceful life both mental and physical happiness are important. According to a study conducted by the National Institutes of Health, 20-30 million men in the United States are suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED). Out of this 40% are obese male. This lead to many troubles between the couple, resulting in mental depression. Let us see the relation between obesity and erectile dysfunction.
How Erectile Dysfunction Happens
To have a satisfying intercourse, it is important to sustain an erection. Erectile Dysfunction is nothing but a regular failure in having an erection. This is dependent on hormones, blood vessels, nerves, and interaction of sensory information. Due to the overweight, there will be an excess strain on the cardiovascular system causing disturbance in the blood flow to the testicles. Other causes include disruption in the nerve impulses of the brain, spine or in the muscles of the penis.
Causes for Erectile Dysfunction
It is a cardiovascular disease, caused due to the atherosclerotic plaque in arteries. This damages the arterial lining, resulting in hypertension.
Obese people always try to compare there ability with the non obese people, as a result of this psychological effect the libido in men is lost, causing erectile dysfunction.
Testosterone is a male sex hormone. Obesity lowers the levels of testosterone
resulting in erectile dysfunction.
Due to the over stress on the cardiovascular system there will be very high blood flow, making it a serious cause for erectile dysfunction.