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  ED / male dysfunction  

It is said that 11.3 million people in Japan are not currently having a satisfactory erection. It is estimated that 20% of people in their 40s, 40% of people in their 50s, and 80% of people in their 60s have ED. Japan is famous in the world as a country with a very high incidence of ED. The cause is thought to be an environment that is susceptible to intense stress due to the increasing complexity of society. Not only women but also men have menopause, but increased stress may be the cause of juvenile menopause. Lifestyle-related habits such as excessive drinking, lack of sleep, extreme diet, smoking, and dietary habits are also considered to be factors that cause juvenile menopause. For athletes, etc., extreme exercise can also be the cause.

95% of male hormones are made in the testicles [testosterone]. If you are over 40 years old and complain of ED, depression, sleep disorders, muscle weakness, and testosterone drops below a certain level, you are diagnosed with male menopausal disorder.

Androgen (testosterone) is also a sex hormone that controls blood flow and erection. When this testosterone decreases, the body weakens and energy decreases or declines. Decreased energy can cause ED (erectile dysfunction) and folds, so it can be said to be a serious problem for men. The strength of libido is proportional to the amount of androgens. Energetic energy is also closely related to sexual desire, and it is said that male sexual desire peaks for 10 years around the age of 25. Generally, it gradually declines after the age of 30.

Even if you were in your teens and 20s and had a strong sexual desire and were very interested in women and SEX, in your 30s and 40s you might be related to physical problems and work stress.・ The number of people who do not have the sexual desire that they had when they were in their 20s is increasing. It is said that one in five adult men has subjective symptoms of ED. However, recently, young men in their twenties and thirties have been declining in libido and the number of herbivorous boys has increased, and young people are moving away from sex (sexual intercourse). The male virginity rate has also been on the rise for several years. About 40% of men in their 20s have no experience of sexual intercourse, and the age at which the experience rate of sexual intercourse exceeds 50% is 29 years old. You can see that the number of young people who are not interested in sex is increasing.

Erectile dysfunction (ED) in the younger generation in their 20s and 30s is called juvenile ED. The causes are psychogenic ED due to mental causes and organic ED due to physical causes. Stress is the cause of psychogenic ED (functional erectile dysfunction)! It can also be caused by stress, tension, anxiety and relationship problems in daily life. ED (erectile dysfunction) is caused not only by stress related to work and relationships, but also by pressure on sex itself and past bitter sex experiences (such as having a middle fold or not being able to ejaculate). You may end up with a body (erectile dysfunction) that you can't do with a single word, such as "bad," "small," or "fast." Once you lose your self-confidence, it seems difficult to recover with a negative spiral.

There are also physical problems such as lifestyle-related diseases. Diseases of the heart and blood vessels cause ED. High blood pressure keeps the blood vessels compressed, which damages the blood vessels and leads to arteriosclerosis. Similarly, hyperlipidemia, a disease that causes arteriosclerosis, is one of the lifestyle-related diseases that causes ED. When suffering from arteriosclerosis, blood vessels become narrower, making it difficult for blood to circulate in every corner of the body, and blood cannot reach the penis, causing ED. ED is greatly related to blood vessels, blood, and heart.

It is also famous that diabetes causes ED. Diabetes is one of the diseases that is highly associated with ED (erectile dysfunction), and 80% of people with diabetes have ED. The brain, nerves, corpus cavernosum, and blood flow must function without problems for a normal erection. However, diabetes often leads to neuropathy, corpus cavernosum dysfunction, and arteriosclerosis, resulting in ED (erectile dysfunction). Other diseases such as cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction, brain trauma, Parkinson's disease, and Alzheimer's disease cause autonomic neuropathy and cause ED. Surgery for prostate cancer or bladder cancer may damage the blood vessels and nerves of the corpus cavernosum, and pelvic fractures and spinal injuries caused by traffic accidents can also cause ED.

Japkasai, a traditional Thai medicine, has an amazing effect. The effects are visibly apparent, such as improving back pain and increasing sperm mass. It is not uncommon for people who cannot sleep at night due to chronic low back pain to feel no pain or to become unequaled after receiving Japkasai.



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