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What is Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?
Most men will have a time in their life when they can’t get it up. But if it starts to happen time after time, you may wonder what’s happening down there. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is caused by a range of physiological and psychological conditions. Yet the mechanical problem is often the same: insufficient blood flow or nervous stimulation, which is required to enable enough blood into the penis to achieve a full and sustained erection.
How common is ED?
ED is more common than you think. At the age of 40, 40% of men have experienced it at least once. As we age, it gets more and more likely. Yet, the belief that it is an issue for old gents only has been discredited. According to a recent study, half of men in their 30s struggle to get it up every time. With 35% of men under 30 reporting similar problems, you can be sure that you are not alone.
Can you treat ED?
ED is easily treated. The best ED treatments are PDE5 inhibitors, such as Sildenafil (Viagra) and Tadalafil (Cialis). These tackle the enzyme responsible for smooth muscle contraction in the blood vessels in your penis – improving blood flow and making it easier to get, and keep, an erection. Alongside these easy pills, lifestyle changes – cutting down on cigarettes, alcohol, and saturated fats – can work long term.
What’s best, Cialis or Viagra?
Viagra is the world’s most famous medical treatment for ED. But Cialis is giving it a run for its money. Both are PDE5 inhibitors, more accurately known by their active ingredients, Sildenafil and Tadalafil respectively. These are the most effective, and best tolerated, PDE5 inhibitors around. The difference between them? Whereas Sildenafil is usually effective for 4-5 hours, Tadalafil can last for 36 hours.
Are there other treatment options?
There are other treatment options for erectile dysfunction. Yet, they are not as reliable as the famous two – and they can be a bit more invasive. Other PDE5 inhibitors exist, such as Vardenafil (Levitra) and Avanafil (Stendra), and vasodilating injections such as Alprostadil can help erection problems. Vacuum devices, including the vacuum pump, are options – and penile implants too.