PSYCHOLOGY – Erectile dysfunction can arise from fear of failure, and breakdowns can be self-perpetuating.
For many years, Eugene experienced sex as a complicated and anxiety-provoking moment. “I was making love and suddenly a thought crossed my mind: “It’s not going to work, you’re going to disband.”And that is what was actually happening. I couldn’t do anything about it…”
Our daily psychological advice Erection problems happen to many men: 61% of them have already encountered them, according to an Ifop survey conducted in 2019 among 1,957 adult men. A proportion increasing, since they were 44% in 2005. However, according to Ifop, only a quarter of men with erectile dysfunction, that is to say frequent difficulties in obtaining an erection, went see a healthcare professional about it.
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