What are the causes of male impotence? Is vascular disease the main cause of impotence
Impotence is an unspeakable disease for men and a common sexual dysfunction for men. It is a headache and impotence for men. The quality of men's sexual life will be affected and the relationship between husband and wife will be affected. The following is a brief introduction to the factors leading to male impotence:
The main reason is vascular disease:
About 65% of patients with organic impotence are caused by vascular diseases. During normal erection, arterial blood flow should be increased by 6 times and venous blood flow should be effectively controlled. Therefore, patients with arterial disease in other parts of the body often have vascular impotence. Patients with diabetes, smoking, alcoholism, obesity and hypertension are prone to impotence, which is mainly caused by vascular diseases.
2. Drug factors:
Many drugs are related to impotence, such as some antihypertensives, central nervous system inhibitors and endocrine related drugs. Therefore, the patient must take the medicine under the guidance of the doctor.
3、 Psychological reasons:
According to statistics, about 70% of impotence patients are caused by psychological factors. They have no organic factors. Due to other reasons, sometimes impotence will cast a shadow on the mind and can't be recovered from then on. Therefore, patients with impotence caused by psychological factors must receive psychological counseling to correct psychological abnormalities. It is worth noting that the understanding and care of the spouse and the psychological treatment at the same time are the key to the rehabilitation of impotence patients.
4、 Neurological factors:
The parasympathetic nervous system controls blood flow, while the sympathetic nervous system controls ejaculation. Nervous impotence is caused by parasympathetic nerve injury. Due to the decrease of blood flow, venous blood is allowed to flow out. A prominent feature of neurogenic impotence is that impotence is gradual and erection cannot be sustained.
5. Other factors:
Adequate androgen is a necessary condition for maintaining normal libido and erectile function. Lack of androgen can also lead to impotence. Physical weakness and aging are an important factor of impotence. There are many factors leading to impotence. Only by finding out the causes and targeted treatment can we achieve good results. Patients should not avoid disease and medical treatment and treat themselves blindly.