Erectile Dysfunction (ED) in Las Vegas

Men have always been reluctant to discuss the topic of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) or Impotence and for good reason. Impotence can leave a man feeling hopeless. But recent and ongoing advances in medical treatment programs can help.

VCLV took advantage of the latest scientific discoveries in order to help you and your partner restore sexual intimacy in a discreet, convenient, safe, and effective manner. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Erectile Dysfunction (ED) affects as many as 20% of men. It can create significant emotional stress and affect the quality of life of the men who experience it as well as their sexual partner. And although once thought to be an unavoidable result of aging, impotence is now understood to be caused by a variety of factors. Knowing how these factors contribute to ED is the first step toward overcoming it.

Understanding Erectile Dysfunction. 

Erectile Dysfunction is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. ED occurs when not enough blood is supplied to the penis, when the smooth muscle in the penis fails to relax, or when the penis does not retain the blood that flows into it.

When and how does Erectile Dysfunction occurs?

Erectile Dysfunction can occur at any age. According to studies by the National Institutes of Health, 5% of men have some degree of ED at age 40, and approximately 15%-25% at age 65 or older. ED affects all races, and crosses all ethnic and economic boundaries.

Physical causes of ED.

Although the likelihood of Erectile Dysfunction increases with age, it is not an inevitable part of aging. ED can be associated with physical factors, such as illness, accidents, injury, diabetes, high blood pressure or the side effects associated with medications used in treating the same mentioned diseases. Heavy smoking and excess alcohol consumption also may contribute to ED. About 80% of ED has a physical cause.

Psychological causes of ED.

Erectile Dysfunction can also be caused by psychological factors. These include unpleasant associations with past sexual activity, stress, depression and anxiety. When psychological conditions such as these occur for long periods of time, they can decrease sexual desire and result in ED. 

Sexual activity and aging.

The aging process may present some challenges that are often overlooked by couples. Both men and women, for example, undergo various physical changes that alter sexual responsiveness. These changes, however, are a normal and expected part of aging.


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