Survey claims Men facing Erectile dysfunction in their 30s

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A new survey claims that men in 30’s facing Erectile dysfunction (ED) problems and feeling awkward to discuss the problem.

Erectile dysfunction takes many forms. Some guys with ED are unable to achieve an erection under any circumstances, while others can occasionally become erect. You can also suffer from ED if you have no trouble getting an erection.

The reports show that 43 per cent of all British men aged 18 to 60 say they suffer from impotence. Four in ten men blame stress for the sexual issue. With the other most common causes being tiredness 36 per cent, anxiety 29 per cent and boozing too heavily 26 per cent.

Poll results showed that men aged under 30 have the least difficulty in getting it up at 35 per cent. But that figure shoots up to 50 per cent among men in their 30s. 42 per cent of men in their 40s and 41 per cent of those in their 50s report experiencing erectile dysfunction.

However, Erectile problems affect up to one in five men. The equivalent of 4.3 million men across the UK yet almost half of those surveyed (45 per cent) who have experienced such problems have not sought help.

The researchers found a stronger correlation between smoking and illicit drug use and ED in men under 40 than among older men. That suggests that lifestyle choices may be a main contributing factor for ED in younger men.

Moreover, An analysis of research on ED in men under 40 found that smoking was a factor for ED among 41 percent of men under the age of 40. Diabetes was the next most common risk factor and was linked to ED in 27 percent of men under 40.

Meanwhile, Studies show over 80% of ED cases are caused by a treatable physical disorder

Although, ED is often related to problems with your blood flow. So maintaining your blood vessel health through exercise and a healthy diet may help reduce your risk for ED.

Healthy lifestyle habits may prevent ED, and in some situations reverse the condition:

Exercise regularly.

Maintain a low blood pressure.

Eat a balanced, nutritious diet.

Maintain a healthy weight.

Avoid alcohol and cigarettes.

Reduce your stress.