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Erectile Dysfunction and its Psychological Effects
Erection problem is not only unpleasant when it happens; it can make a serious impact on the psychological health of a man. No any ailment can make a man so much frustrated and instil such a terror as ED. Such perception of this disease is explained by the self-image of a man where his ability to perform is inseparably joined to the notion of masculinity and maleness. Viewing themselves from such a perspective makes it difficult for a man to accept a sudden disability and leads to stress, misunderstanding, anxiety and reserve. Taken as it is the whole condition embarrasses a man and appears to be absolutely out of the question for any discussion. But this is a mistake as this reserve will not only lead to a lacking solution but also can bring about unnecessary complications in the relations.
The emotional reaction of men to ED is different. Some of them even decide that they must be homosexual if they can not achieve erection. This assumption results in silent sufferings and staying away from the close people; changes behavior. Silent sufferings are ok, but if you love your partner and feel concerned, try to imagine her feelings and reactions to your reserve. Women tend too much to misread the real reasons and if you do not want to ruin your relations you'd better speak openly.
Some men start feeling insecure and become afraid that they now have nothing to be loved for. They use evasiveness and other tricks to keep their partner by the side. Still, things can be much simple after a little candid talk.
Valuing so much their ability to perform men do not admit even the thought of ED as a simple illness; in their understanding it matters so much that it cannot be paralleled to any other disease. It is seen as so much a distinction that few men will be willing to acknowledge it at all, let alone in public. Men are always proud of themselves and ED feels embarrassing and shameful; therefore a visit to a doctor is dreaded so much.
So, men suffer alone. This state of endurance and self-pity often leads to depression; sometimes it can even end up with a suicide. A negative emotional experience of such strength is hard to bear; it creates constant state of stress and definitely needs outside assistance.
Should you appear in the rows of those with ED the best thing you can do first is to talk to your partner; the second is to consult a doctor. The former will save you from misery and unnecessary complications; your partner's support and understanding will make the whole thing much easier to overcome. The latter is important because you will know the reasons and will be able to find appropriate treatment. Remember that the ED is not a disaster; just be open for help.
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