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Manhood Problems: Tumescence Dysfunction and Psychology By John Dugan

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2017-02-15 05:34:49 | 115 Reads | Unrated

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For some men, the causes or tumescence dysfunction are obvious. But for others, there might seem to be nothing physically wrong. Can tumescence dysfunction be a psychological issue?

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Many men are worried about tumescence dysfunction, and go to great pains to ensure top-notch member care in an effort to avoid the problem. In most cases of tumescence dysfunction, there is a physical component; for example, a man might suffer from diabetes, circulation issues or other problems that can be addressed by a physician. 

But for some men, there appears to be no physical problem at all – other than the fact that he just can’t get it up when it’s time to get busy. This can be quite distressing

, because at least men with manhood problems caused by a medical condition know there is likely a good treatment to help them. But those who have manhood problems with no clear cause may be quite worried about what this means for their long-term sensual health. 

Those who have manhood problems with no clear physical reason might start to wonder: Is tumescence dysfunction actually a psychological issue? 

Manhood problems and psychology 

In some cases, a man’s tumescence dysfunction is caused by something other than a physical issue. Here are a few reasons why a guy might experience manhood problems that seem to make no sense.

1. Stress. Most men go through periods of serious stress from time to time. This might include everything from a big presentation at work to dealing with the stress of losing a loved one. In cases like this, everything else in life can fall to the wayside for a while, including sensual desire and the ability to engage in sensual activity.

2. Anxiety. Much more than simple stress, anxiety can lead to physical problems that eventually cause manhood problems. Those who suffer from anxiety might have higher blood pressure, increased heart rate, and debilitating fatigue. These problems can make it tough to get it up when the time comes.

3. Depression. This often goes hand-in-hand with anxiety. A guy suffering from depression might not care about things that once mattered to him, including his sensual health. Even if a man feels sensual desire, he might have trouble acting on it. In many cases, treatment for depression will quickly result in a resolution of manhood problems.

4. Worries about tumescence dysfunction. Interestingly, a man who is worried about developing manhood problems is much more likely to do just that! Worries about tumescence dysfunction can combine stress, anxiety and even depression into one big concern, and that might be enough to keep a man from getting it up at all.

5. Relationship issues. Sometimes the problem isn’t about the sensual function or desire, but about the partner. A man who is in the midst of serious relationship problems might find it very difficult to perform in the bedroom. In addition, some emotions are sneaky, and a man might not want to confront them; for instance, feeling guilt over something in the relationship, not fully trusting a partner, or feeling resentment for a slight can manifest physically, preventing a man from getting hard when the time calls for it. 

The good news is that psychological issues that lead to manhood problems can be resolved. It might take the help of a good psychologist or therapist, but soon a man can get to the bottom of what is causing the lack of desire or lack of physical ability. Once he knows what the problem is, he can work toward fixing it. 

In the meantime, a man must remain ready for action when his good member function comes back. To that end, a guy should indulge in a daily application of male organ health crème  (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Look for a crème that contains nutrients and vitamins that aid in circulation, such as L-arginine, which helps the blood vessels dilate, or vitamin D, which promotes healthy cellular function. These ingredients, along with other top-notch vitamins, can be applied in a crème rich with Shea butter and vitamin E for skin hydration. The result is a handsome, healthy member that is ready for action.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: http://www.penishealth101.com. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.