Morning erectile dysfunction is a normal physiological reaction for men, but many male friends in life have little knowledge of this aspect. They find that occasionally morning erectile dysfunction suddenly disappears and then reappears, worrying about whether they have erectile dysfunction or have impotence. So, do men have morning erections every day?
In fact, morning erection refers to a natural erection of the penis in an unconscious state between 4 and 7 am in the morning, which is not controlled by situations, actions, and thoughts. It is a normal phenomenon. However, sometimes morning erections disappear for the following reasons:
Emotion: Excessive grief and anger, depression, etc. can significantly reduce morning erections.
Drugs: Anti tumor drugs, anti hypertension drugs, hypoglycemic drugs, anti acid drugs, sedatives, and other drugs can reduce morning erections.
Disease: Many diseases can affect sexual function and morning erection, such as hypertension, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, lumbar disc herniation, etc.
Fatigue: Excessive fatigue, mental fatigue, can also affect morning erection.
Bad living habits: Excessive smoking, drinking alcohol, irregular work and rest times, etc., can also affect morning erections.
Sleep: The adequacy of sleep time and the quality of sleep can affect the secretion of male hormones to varying degrees, thereby affecting morning erection.
Age: Under normal circumstances, age is a determining factor for early morning erections. After sexual maturity, as age increases, the frequency and duration of morning erections gradually increase. After 30 years of age, morning erections gradually weaken or decline with age. However, although some elderly people do not have a morning erection, they can still have a satisfactory sexual life.
In addition, if you find yourself experiencing abnormal morning erections, you should quickly go to a regular male hospital to nip the disease in the bud. For the sake of one's own health and sexual well-being, it is necessary to cultivate good living habits, exercise appropriately, pay attention to rest, and so on, in order to reduce the occurrence of diseases.