How to treat psychological impotence? Male impotence has organic impotence and mental impotence. The popular point of psychological impotence is that the impotence caused by psychological factors belongs to mental impotence. The reasons for psychological impotence come from themselves, partners, etc. How to treat impotence is better than how to treat psychological impotence.
Some male friends, after suffering from psychological impotence, often appear more inferiority complex, anxiety, tension and other emotions, and then a vicious circle.
What are the causes of impotence?
1. Bad feelings about yourself
They often lack self-esteem and self-confidence, and are full of inferiority complex, depression or poor body image.
2. Fear of failure
Secondary ED is often afraid of failure and always worried that it can not react normally as in the past.
3. Bad feelings about partners
Lack of communication between partners, anger, fear of partners and fear of women, lack of trust and even hostility towards partners, out of sync with partners' sexual desire, disharmony between sexual values and interests, and weakening of partners' physical attraction.
4. Other adverse feelings
Sexual ignorance or wrong sexual knowledge, high expectation of operation, iatrogenic influence, fatigue, overwork and stress, widower syndrome, etc.
Various factors leading to psychological impotence can cause various types of emotional reactions such as anxiety, fear, depression, etc. Essentially, there are no psychological factors that will inevitably lead to erectile failure, because not all men who have the same experience have sexual difficulties. People can not fully explain how these factors block or destroy the sexual response of a few people, nor can they see the direct way of the anxiety inhibitory response. Therefore, there may be some unknown link between psychological problems and erectile failure. Some people call it the missing link, which is likely to be the direct neurophysiological inhibition between the limbic system and the erectile center of the spinal cord, or some neurotransmitter at work.
(Intern editor: Zhao Minqing)