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Saturday, December 17, 2016

The Causes and Solutions of Sexual Problems in Men

Written by: Nnadozie Joseph and Darlington Ugochukwu

Recently a major increase have been observed in the number of men that developed sexual problems. 

A recent research conducted brought to light the underlying reason for such increase – suddenly increase in the consumption of sugary food, over processed food, use of dirty toilet, alcohol and drug abuse, excessive masturbation etc.

Generally, men are always anxious when it comes to their sexual performance. Many has spent their life’s earning trying to achieve solutions to their problems, or improve their situation, and due to high level of ignorance that dominates our society, most has resorted to the use of sexual enhancement drugs to improve their condition, especially those that wish to impress a woman, which at the end of the day may worsen their problem.

Bearing in mind that one of the underlying reasons for some broken homes or infidelity in marriages is the inability of a man to satisfy a woman sexually, most men are eager to find answers to their problems.
In this article we are going to discuss some of the most common sexual problems men experience, the causes and the solutions.

Low Sperm Count – Weak Erection – Premature Ejaculation – Low Sexual Libido

1. Low Sperm Count
In this situation whereby the ejaculated semen of a man contains less than 15 million sperm cells per milliliter of semen thereby making it difficult to impregnate a woman. For a man to stand a chance to impregnate a woman. For a man to stand the chance to impregnate a woman he needs to produce 15 – 150 million sperm cells during an ejaculation.

Causes of low sperm count
Wearing of extremely tight underwear that restrict air and blood circulation and also produces heat, infection contacted through sexual activities or use of dirty toilet, hormone imbalance which can reduce the production of the male hormone testosterone (a hormone responsible for sexual activities in men), undescended testicles whereby the testes fail to descend into the scrotum and develops outside.

Use of drugs like steroids, having antibodies that attack and destroy already manufactured sperm cells, sperm duct defect, chromosomal defect, over exposure to industrial chemicals, radiation caused by carrying laptop on the lap for hours while operating it, cell phone radiation caused by keeping it inside a trouser pocket or clipped to the belt while in vibration mode, abuse of alcohol and tobacco, sitting on hot surfaces which overheats the testicles, excessive masturbation which can reduce the quantity and even quality of sperm cells produced.

Solution to low sperm count
Surgery in the case of undescended testicles, complete and thorough treatment of infection, hormone treatment, avoid drugs and alcohol abuse, avoid smoking, wearing air - tight underwear, sitting on hot surfaces, avoid exposure to radiation and chemicals because this can cause cancer, eat foods that can boost your sperm cell production and improve sperm count like – carrot, fresh tomatoes, oranges, pumpkin seeds, ginseng, garlic, walnuts, broccoli, asparagus, banana, spinach, eggs and oysters.

2. Weak Erection
This is a situation whereby a man fails to achieve or maintain an erection strong enough to engage in or during the act of sexual intercourse. Erection is usually achieved when the required amount of blood flows into the muscles of the penis.

Causes of weak erection
Diabetes damages blood vessels in the penis which leads to poor blood circulation to the penis, multiple sclerosis which is a severe nerve damage of the brain or spinal cord – this nerve damage weakens the signals that must travel to the penis to cause an erection, cardiovascular disorder – a disorder of the heart that decreases the amount of blood supplied to the penis, infection, excessive drug abuse (like narcotics, sexual enhancement drugs).

Alcohol abuse, anxiety, depression, guilt, low self-esteem, excessive masturbation, hormone disorder, excessive worm in the body, excessive sexual activity and failure to give the body adequate rest, tiredness, obesity can produce excessive cholesterol that restricts blood flow in arteries, old age.

Solution to weak erection
Regular exercise improves blood circulation in the body, it also burn out excessive fat and produce a hormone endorphin that has a painkilling effect which reduces stress, avoid sex enhancement drug abuse, avoid alcohol abuse, deworming oneself, quit masturbation, getting enough rest, weight loss in the case of obese individuals, avoid over processed foods, eradicating stomach related infections thoroughly, eat the right type of foods that can improve blood flow to your penis like (onions, garlic, fishes like salmon, tuna and sardines, bananas, chili peppers, oysters, coffee, citrus fruits, beets, raw dark chocolate.

3. Premature Ejaculation
This is a situation whereby a man experiences sexual climax or pass out semen few minutes during sexual intercourse or before actual intercourse takes place with minimal stimulation and against the will of the individual.

Premature ejaculation is usually one of the worst sexual problems because it leaves either one or both partners frustrated, unsatisfied or with low self-esteem.

Causes of Premature Ejaculation
Excessive sugar consumption, eating too much over processed food, infection, excessive masturbation can condition the ejaculatory reflex to prompt quick ejaculation during sex, drug abuse, abnormal level of brain chemicals called neurotransmitters which cause abnormal reflex of the ejaculatory system, anxiety, stress, low self-esteem.

Solution to Premature Ejaculation
Limit sugar consumption, quit masturbation, avoid drug abuse, regular exercise, reduce anxiety and stress, reduce alcohol consumption, develop self-worth, treating infection, eating the right type of foods like (asparagus, eggs, dark chocolates, carrots, garlic, ginger, oats, ginseng, avocados, blueberries, banana, walnuts, cereals, green celery, onions, almonds, kidney beans, mushrooms, spinach, water melon, oysters).

Practicing kegel exercise regularly – this involves contracting the muscle you use to hold back your urine midstream (pelvic muscle). When you don’t feel like urinating, try holding it back as long as you can and then release the muscle, do it as often as you can each day.

4. Low Sexual Libido
This is a situation where a man has little or no interest in sexual intercourse and can hardly go more than one round or bout of sex even when sexual stimulation is applied by his partner.

What causes low sexual libido
Chromosome defect, hormone imbalance, infection, low testosterone production, some certain medications, depression, chronic illness, lack of sleep, aging, stress, alcohol and drug abuse, low self-esteem, relationship trouble, erectile dysfunction (ED), obesity, smoking.

Solution to low sexual libido
Develop self-worth, avoid alcohol and drug abuse, quit smoking, be getting enough rest, lose weight, regular exercise, mend troubled relationship, consult a health expert, treat infection, eat diets that can help increase your sexual drive like (spinach, dark chocolate, chili pepper, green tea, oysters, ginger, pumpkin seeds, bananas, potatoes, water melon, walnuts, peanuts, garlic, oats, avocado.)

With the above mentioned tips a man can get his pride back, satisfy his woman, keep his relationship and above all have pride and worth. Being well informed can truly help you to spend less and save more.

The information provided in this article is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition.

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