Sexual Health is an important factor in an individual’s daily life, and resolving sexual dysfunction is critical to one’s wellbeing.
Yet, sexual health is far too often overlooked and sexual dysfunction ignored, either because of ignorance of the facts about sexual dysfunction, or because of anxiety about discussing sexual health problems with others.
Male Impotence, also called Erectile Dysfunction, or ED, is one of the sexual health issues that most often is experienced by men. Most men experience some form of impotence during their lives, even if only briefly, and often it is related to other concerns such as stress at work or at home, insufficient rest and sleep, or poor diet.
Sexual health receives far too little attention in the health care industry. Societal attitudes about sexual dysfunction also influence this situation, because for a man to admit to impotence or erectile dysfunction can result in ridicule by friends or co-workers.
It is very unfortunate that such a fundamental topic of personal importance is so often overlooked or not taken seriously. The result is that sexual health issues are inadequately examined in school curriculums and glossed over by the media.
Poor sexual health coupled with sexual dysfunction can result in low self-esteem, suicidal feelings, inability to experience satisfying sex with a partner, depression, and many other conditions.
My name is Jansen Powers and I started this blog to address this too often neglected area of health. I will cover major issues about sexual health relating to both men and women.
Please note that I am not a doctor and the information shared here is from many hours I have spent consulting with health specialists and researching journals and books.