Men in the bedroom: a new revolutionary cure for Erectile Dysfunction

Nowadays it’s still common for Erectile dysfunction (ED) to be still considered a taboo behind closed doors. To better understand the reasoning behind this, it’s important to be clear about the meaning of it. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and the European Association of Urologyis define ED as “Erectile Dysfunction is the persistent inability to attain and maintain an erection sufficient to permit satisfactory sexual performance.”

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Estimates of the global prevalence of ED vary and are reported to be as high as 76.5%.18 A European study of 8,000 men aged 30 to 80 identified a steep age-related increase in ED prevalence:

2.3% (30-39 years)
9.5% (40-49 years)
15.7% (50-59 years)
34.4% (60-69 years)
53.4% (70-80 years)

During the 1990’s there was a breakthrough for male sexual health and ED! It was thanks to the launch of phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors or PDE5I. These helped in the long run, but although the effectiveness of PDE5i’s, they have a few limitations. Many men with ED cannot take them due to other health conditions or interactions with prescription medicines, and also these medicines take 30 to 60 minutes to work, which may not help with sexual spontaneity.

Unfortunately, even with the knowledge and help of phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors many men suffer in silence and still have Ed. Some of the reasons behind this sufferance are: denial, embarrassment, dissatisfaction with current treatments and the most common barrier seems to be the lack of spontaneity and the need to plan ahead in order to be ready for sex.

Research has shows us that

  • 50% of men with ED feel a sense of failure
    • Three out of five (58%) experience disappointment
    • 47% report embarrassment or shame
    • 41% are troubled by anxiety.

What many people don’t knows that ED causes a range of different factors: mental health problems, anxiety, insufficient blood flow to the penis, which can be caused by a number of common conditions including cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes and smoking.

Eroxon® is a new product on the market and will help men not only in a physical way as its a gel, but also with their mental status as its clinically proven to help them get an erection within 10 minutes of applying the gel! It will also be available over the counter without a prescription and without the need to speak to a pharmacist. That’s a no brainier I would say! Eroxon® will help lift barriers and men will have he opportunity to get the help they need without obstacles.

 

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