Erectile Dysfunction In Young Men – by Dr Sam Robbins
A simple, yet clinically proven way of boosting your testosterone, increasing your sex drive and fixing erectile dysfunction:
I’m only 28 and for whatever reason, I have impotency issues. I think I’m way too young to have erectile dysfunction, right?… Sadly, I think it’s gotten worse over the past 6 months. I’m afraid to even have sex because it’s so embarrassing.
However, a study in the July 2013 Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests that ED is more common among younger men than previously thought. Researchers found that ED affected 26% of adult men under 40.
Almost half of these men suffered from severe ED.
Researchers also noted that younger ED patients were more likely than older men with ED to smoke, drink alcohol and use drugs.
So if it makes you feel any better, you’re not alone Kevin…
However, we want to fix this situation because as you get older, this will only get worse — both physically and emotionally.
For “older” guys past the age of 40, typical causes of erectile dysfunction is:
Hormonal imbalances (low testosterone)
Health conditions (diabetes, cardiovascular disease, poor blood flow, prescription medications, over-weight, etc.)
However, for “younger” guys in their 20’s and 30’s, it’s typically:
Hormonal imbalances (low testosterone)
Psychological causes (anxiety, worry, low self esteem, etc.)
Feelings of sexual excitement that leads to an erection, first starts in your brain.
But conditions such as depression and anxiety can interfere with that process.
In fact, a major sign of depression is withdrawal from things that once brought you pleasure.
One of the most common causes of erectile dysfunction for young men is anxiety. (According to
This may include concerns about getting someone pregnant, not wanting to appear inexperienced, or worrying about using a condom without embarrassment or losing your erection while putting a condom on.
Stress about jobs, money, and other concerns contribute to ED.
Alcohol and drug use/abuse are both common causes of ED among young men.
Additionally, relationship problems and poor communication with a partner can cause sexual dysfunction.
As men age, their testosterone begins to decline… starting as early as in his mid 20’s.
By age 40, you’re barely make half of what you used to in your 20’s and obviously, it only gets worse as you get older.
Unfortunately, due to our modern lifestyle (diet, stress, pollutants, etc.), “lowered testosterone” is affecting men at a younger and younger age.
What’s important to know is that testosterone is the PRIMARY hormone that controls sex drive, libido and erections… BOTH physically and emotionally!
And this is because testosterone interacts with OTHER key “sex” hormones such as:
-Dopamine and other neurotransmitters in your brain
Now, below this video in the description area, you can click and view a video about this topic if you want more details on how to boost your testosterone and reverse erectile issues, naturally and permanently.
The reason I bring up hormones is because if you’re under extra stress/worry, if you have anxiety, if you’re not sleeping enough, drinking alcohol, smoking (pot or cigarettes) and using drugs …
All of these “stressors” cause a DECREASE in your testosterone levels and an INCREASE in your “negative” hormones such as estrogen, cortisol, dopamine, etc…
Which will all negatively affect your libido and erections — BOTH physically and emotionally.
So what we’ve discovered today is that HORMONAL BALANCE is the “secret” to fixing low libido and erectile dysfunction.
However, in younger men under the age of 40, your MIND (anxiety, worry, low self-esteem) … also plays an important factor.
What you need to do is not focus on the “problem” … which will only cause you more worry, stress, anxiety, and so forth.
But focus on the “solution” … which is an improved lifestyle and better hormones.
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