Male impotence (what are the symptoms of impotence?)
At present, there are not a few men suffering from erectile dysfunction. Among them, there are many men whose marriages have broken down due to impotence. So, what should a man do if he has impotence? How can impotence save a marriage?
Is the rising divorce rate caused by impotence?
According to reports, the divorce rate in China showed a clear upward trend in 2015, which seems to be the increase in the divorce rate in China for more than ten years in a row. According to the statistics of Youyou Resources.com, asexual marriages and fake divorces caused by male impotence are one of the reasons for the increase in divorce.
When it comes to impotence, many people may think that it only refers to male sexual function, and the consequences are limited to sexual life. But in fact, impotence has great harm and impact on men’s physical and mental health, reproduction, marriage and family. Surveys show that most impotence patients suffer from chronic diseases at the same time. Unhealthy physiological conditions, mental states and unscientific lifestyles can lead to impotence to varying degrees, and show it in advance through impotence. If impotence is not treated and relieved in time and effectively, then one day, these long-standing problems will break out.
Suffering from impotence, is marriage hopeless? To understand impotence, we need to explain two points: first, erectile dysfunction is a common disease, and it is not something to be ashamed of; Patients should rest assured to go to the hospital to see a doctor.
According to statistics, although among the causes of impotence, there are not as many psychological factors as organic impotence, but many impotence patients without psychological problems will have psychological pressure once they suffer from impotence, and bad Emotions can further aggravate the symptoms of impotence.
The causes of psychological impotence mainly include the following aspects:
One is that the relationship between husband and wife is not harmonious or one party has other sexual desires. For example, the failure of a sexual intercourse in a newly married marriage brings psychological shadow to the husband; the woman has a third party or the man has an affair, which may lead to impotence.
Second, lack of correct sexual knowledge. Due to the strict requirements of the parents on sex in the family; or the emotional disharmony between the parents; or the parents not only did not provide proper sex education for the children during adolescence, the children had a wrong understanding of sex and caused excessive psychological pressure; or were affected by Excessive sex with pornographic books, videos, DVDs and other harmful sexual information leads to overemphasis on sexual ability, increased psychological pressure, and impotence.
Third, men lack self-confidence. For example, they worry too much about their “short penis”, or overemphasize the husband’s responsibility for his wife’s sexual satisfaction and poor psychological quality.
Three steps to clear impotence barriers
One step in the treatment of impotence: relieve impotence, because most impotence patients have sexual fear.
Because of impotence, desire to improve sexual life ability, leading to sexual anxiety. It is better to relieve sexual anxiety and explain to both men and women: when sexual problems occur, both men and women should not blame each other;, the spouse also has a certain relationship; sexual dysfunction is not a mental disorder; although there are many causes of impotence, it does not affect the treatment; sexual behavior is not just the behavior of a man to a woman or a woman to a man, but a behavior that both men and women participate in; The activity is not just for a single sexual desire; if the sexual desire is not met, other relationships can benefit if the emotional exchange is strengthened. It is useless to speculate on the present situation with past feelings or *** abilities. Women taking the initiative to take responsibility, rather than putting the blame on men, is an effective way to improve sexual relationships.
The second step in the treatment of impotence: conduct verification and language explanations, and explain to women the sexual anxiety faced by men with impotence. Through emotional communication between the two parties, men’s sexual anxiety can be overcome, which is conducive to reducing the pressure of sexual transition. During this period, sexual activity should be refrained until the male’s sexual anxiety is gradually relieved.
The third step in the treatment of impotence: explain the sexy focus method, that is, during sexual activities, focus on physical feelings rather than sexual relations. Don’t think too much about things other than your body, don’t talk too much, and don’t think too much about the purpose of sex. You should focus entirely on how your body feels. This step is repeated several times until successful. It should be noted that patients with impotence cannot make their penis erect by their own will, because erection is a reflex response, so patients with impotence must be treated comprehensively.