Erectile Dysfunction - Problem of the Modern World
We owe our lives to Mother Nature and eternal chaos that chose us to live instead of millions of other possible creatures. But don't ever underestimate the role of your father in your creation. (Since the only people who have been scientifically proven to create your life are your parents, not the thousands of gods humanity has ever invented.) And you are destined to take your father's place in the never ending life cycle of reproduction.
Almost each of us is gifted with the potent ability to conceive a child the very moment you are born. This ability becomes fully functional by the age of 18 (+-2 years) and reaches its peek to the age of 35. After the age of 35 the capability drops but not dramatically, thus sexual life for men is almost never over. However, some men may experience erectile dysfunction form time to time.
But you should keep in mind that nature's gift is quiet easy to lose, while trying to maintain the rhythm of modern life. It's all about haste. You eat junk food to save half an hour not to be late for another session of computer work. You drive fast and forget about safety. Running all the way from employment to retirement, you may even forget the goal. And the worst thing about this is that even if you are lucky enough to survive the urban hazards, the lifestyle still kills you from inside. Thousands of calories that come with excessive fat ruin your blood cycle, thus preventing your penis from acting according to your expectations when it comes to sexual activity. It totally disappoints you, doesn't it? Combined with being under overwhelming strain in your attempt to get a higher wage, it results in ruining of the neural links that are responsible for sexual arousal. It looks like a horrible circle: one negative event resulting in another. There is a way out. Open your eyes. The blind can't see the
light, but you still can.
Erectile dysfunction can be a result of unhealthy nutrition, continuous hard pressure at work (or in other typical situations), as well as a result of unprofessional treatment of previous illnesses.
The way out is rather obvious. Keep an eye on what you eat. The fact that everyone (as you consider) eats the same junk food isn't correct to say the least and you don't want to get the illnesses of your boss or colleagues, do you? Write down your daily standard. Consult a doctor on how much protein, carbohydrates, calories and other stuff you need, taking your schedule into account. Remember not to consume too much fast food, since its harmfulness has been scientifically proven.
Control your schedule. Proper time planning saves not only time, but also keeps you calm, since you feel in control of situation. If you haven't yet gained the required knowledge in this area (not everyone has a degree in time management) there a lot of local clubs that offer 101 courses.
Consult doctors in licensed clinics to avoid damage from frauds.
Remember that erectile dysfunction can be treated! Don't stop believing, don't be ashamed to ask for help!