What causes Erectile Dysfunction in younger men? Stress, anxiety?

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  1. edguider profile image65
    edguiderposted 13 years ago

    What causes Erectile Dysfunction in younger men? Stress, anxiety?

  2. kamagrabuy profile image61
    kamagrabuyposted 13 years ago

    Yes it can be caused by stress or anxiety.
    As we live very fast lfe.
    Can not get time to relax.
    But erectile dyfunction is curable.

  3. profile image0
    margareteposted 13 years ago

    Causes of erectile dysfunction are physiological and psychological. Reduced blood flow to the penis and nerve damage are the most common reasons

  4. edguider profile image65
    edguiderposted 13 years ago

    Thanks very informative answers from you both, I appreciate the responses.

  5. johncheung profile image61
    johncheungposted 13 years ago

    Stress,  anxiety and malnutrition is usually the main cause of Erectile Dysfunction in younger men. Taking a few eggs or fresh oyster usually help the nutrition part.

  6. DatingDragons profile image58
    DatingDragonsposted 13 years ago

    most commonly in young men it is stress or anxiety related.  this can be general stress or performance anxiety ie the pressure that they put themselves under to perform in the sack.  men in general place a large amount of value in their ability to be a satisfying partner.

    intoxication with alcohol and other drugs can also cause erection problems.

    in older men it is vascular disease and medications that commonly cause erectile dysfunction.

  7. Rik Harkes profile image53
    Rik Harkesposted 13 years ago

    I think anxiety definitely can be a big cause.  I had the same problem a while back. .But prosolution gel has saved my sex life

  8. Springboard profile image82
    Springboardposted 13 years ago

    I would say yes. Performance anxiety is a very real thing. It's not very clinical, but I would try and masturbate. If everything works fine and then goes awry when the lady shows up, it's in the mind.

  9. Nelson09 profile image61
    Nelson09posted 12 years ago

    Late to answer! Anyway, yes, stress and anxiety can be a couple of causes. In addition our current erratic lifestyle which includes long working hours, limited or no sleep coupled with smoking and drinking habits lead to ED in younger men. Also, youngsters who do drugs have chances of attracting impotence very early on in life.
    In addition not age of acquiring cholesterol and diabetes is also reducing, so people don’t check their lifestyle right now, soon a huge bunch of young people will be faced with ED.

  10. profile image49
    http hubposted 12 years ago

    There are four main causes of Erectile Dysfunction in younger men:
    1. Malnutrition or Deficiencies
    2. Drugs
    3. Diseases
    4. Stress

  11. profile image52
    Matt Pennposted 12 years ago

    Besides some of the psychological causes, being overweight can also result in erectile problems. Basically what is bad for your heart is also bad for your penis.

    Lack of physical activity and poor dietary habits are almost certain to make you a failure in bed.

  12. JohnGallard profile image53
    JohnGallardposted 12 years ago

    There can be many causes of ED in younger men , from Psychological to physical problems. Having said that the majority of times the problem will be the lifestyle that is followed.
    Excessive drink or illicit drugs, overeating (Obese), Lack of exercise (couch potato,   Stress and worry are one of the top culprits
    due to today's hectic pace and the present economic climate.
    Younger Guys are shy to go and get advice from their medical professional, there are lots of Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction available. look around  and see what is suitable for you, make sure you get professional advice before starting anything.

  13. stevesmith856 profile image58
    stevesmith856posted 11 years ago

    Anxiety plays a major role in the developing the problems of erectile dysfunction .There are multiple life stressors that can lead to anxiety and in turn persuade secondary ED.These stressful events can be job related stress, travelling, responsibility, couple related divorce, conflicts, widower's syndrome, age related generally feeling old, fear of death, health related illnesses, surgery or even be side effects from other drug therapies.

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    stevenclark999posted 11 years ago

    Many things are responsible. First of all people talk about such things too much that can take you in a stage where you start taking things seriously which are made for fun. This is a psychological matter. Other is smoking, alcohol, social barrier, stress, depressions are responsible for erectile dysfunction at younger age. Some light exercise, yoga can help you get out of the situation. Or want to enjoy sex life you can have viagra to cure this situation temporary.

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  15. GarrettHnatiuk profile image61
    GarrettHnatiukposted 8 years ago

    ED is usually diagnosed if somebody includes a chronic inability to initiate or sustain an acceptable erection. However, occasional lack of ability to get hard occurs commonly for a number of reasons, including stress, anxiety, insomnia, poor nutrition, or simply using a bad day. You might be struggling with an unrealistic expectation of the it means to be manly. It is a myth that a man is certainly ready for sex, can produce a hard strong erection constantly, each time, and maintain it until his partner reaches orgasm.

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  16. profile image51
    sexnyogadotcomposted 7 years ago

    Performance anxiety is the biggest culprit


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