Today’s question is from Joey and he asks
“Dr Sam, this is going to sound like a dumb question, but how do I know if I’m impotent? What are the signs that I have erectile dysfunction? How do I know if it’s not just in my head, but a real physical problem?”
Hey Joey… this is definitely NOT a “dumb” question and I’m really glad you’ve asked it because I can guarantee that MOST men have asked themselves a similar question.
I can say this with confidence because many guys have come to me asking something similar and it wasn’t just from “older” men in their 60’s. Young guys in their 20’s have asked me this as well.
What Is ED?
In a minute I’ll give you proven and natural solutions if you suffer impotency or you’re worried about erectile dysfunction.
However, let’s first talk about the TRUE definition of ED…
If you can’t get or keep an erection, on a regular basis — then chances are you may have some sort of erectile dysfunction or “impotence”1
If it happens occasionally, that’s normal and it’s not a big deal. Chances are, you’re under extra stress and typically it’s EMOTIONAL stress, even more so than physical stress.
If you wake up with morning erections… or you can get hard while masturbating,… then it’s not ED and it has more to do with your mind.
Typically, a problem with your relationship… Or you’re feeling self-conscious or insecure about something. Being anxious or nervous can definitely cause “limp” issues.
However, if your erectile “challenges” are slowly and consistently getting worse,
then it probably is a physical problem and chances are, a hormonal imbalance…
And the good news is that you can fix this and I’ll show you how in a minute…
Please Pay Attention carefully…
The truth is that ALL men have problems with erections at some point in their lives.
Over 40+ million American men are affected by ED2 … and these are the ones that admit to it. And the older you are, the worse this problem is because of hormonal imbalances.
And you know what, IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT!!!
Aging & Life Style
We live in a world with a lot more stress — both physical and emotional. The foods we eat, the air we breathe, the stupid prescriptions drugs doctors force us to take and so forth ….
ALL negatively affect your hormones and cause a lowering of testosterone, which is required for erections and sex drive.
On the opposite end, as testosterone drops there’s an increase in hormones that NEGATIVELY affect your libido, such as stress hormones like cortisol and female hormones estrogen, progesterone and prolactin.
Anyways, I get into more detail about this, including how to fix all of this, when you visit the link below this video. But what’s important to know is that you’re not alone, there’s nothing wrong with you and there is hope and you can definitely fix this, naturally!