|What is impotence or sexuality incapable?
The most common cause of temporary impotence is anxiety. Impotence or incomplete erection means not being able to get a good enough erection to have intercourse. Temporary impotence is very common indeed, particularly in younger men, and especially when they are either anxious, or have had too much alcohol. If you're having erection problems, bear these points in mind: the most common cause of temporary impotence is just anxiety - not some serious problem.
Impotence may be a symptom of another, as yet un-diagnosed, disease requiring treatment; the most common of these is diabetes, high blood pressure, heart problems that needed medications.
All these medications in long term would cause your impotence.
What causes impotence? An erection happens when blood is pumped into your penis and the energy relating to your kidney - and stays there - making it stiff and hard. All sorts of things may affect this complex process.
Psychological causes anxiousness about whether you can 'perform' will almost certainly make it impossible to get an erection. Problems in a relationship may affect potency. Impotence may be caused by depression. Recent loss of a loved one is notorious for causing impotence. Tiredness, Stress. Injuries on the penis.
Hang-ups - for instance, guilt about anything, over done of sexual partners before.
Unresolved gay feelings. Having an unattractive partner !! to your liking.
Physical causes of impotency Problems with the chemical mechanism that makes erections happen - very common in older men. Vascular (blood vessel) disorders. Patients with arteriosclerosis, other heart or vascular diseases and high blood pressure are at greater risk of developing impotence. Diabetes often creates erection difficulties,sooner or later.
Smoking increases the risk of developing arteriosclerosis and, therefore, of suffering from impotence.
Side effects from certain drugs, such as some blood pressure (BP) treatments, some antidepressants and some ulcer healing drugs; BP drugs, also can be treated.
Side effects of non-prescribed drugs (tobacco, alcohol, cocaine and others).
Nervous system diseases - too nervous over the issue or others. Major surgery, eg prostate surgery or other abdominal operations. Hormonal imbalance , or 'yin' and 'yang' of the liver imbalance,after given birth or mis-carriage - rare but still there.