Depression hurts, and so does ED. Both these issues are interrelated, and you need to look at the bigger picture regarding both! In fact, studies show that people with depression are 39% more likely to experience Erectile Dysfunction than those without it. It all goes back to how the mind affects the body and vice versa. Let’s look at what’s happening beneath the surface and find out how to steal back your erection!
Do you want tips for a stronger erection and better arousal? In this episode, urologist, podcaster, and author, Dr. Kelly Casperson reveals some of her most effective tips for you to apply right away. Pulling from the female perspective and sexuality, Kelly has some of the most well-rounded strategies for a healthy sex life I’ve ever come across. As the author of the book and podcast, You Are Not Broken, Kelly wants people to understand their sexuality and how to have better sex lives by dispelling myths and educating people on “real” sex.
Are you looking for an effective way to improve your relationship and make your wife crave for your touch? A lot of men struggle with getting their wives or partners to have sex with them. But don’t worry about it anymore. Susan Bratton is here to provide you with amazing tips to get your partner in the mood for sex. Susan is a champion and advocate for all those who desire intimacy and passion their whole life long.
Did you know that 90% of ED cases are physical and about 10% are psychological? If you’re experiencing erectile dysfunction, there are a few things you can do to try and fix the problem. Physical erectile dysfunction can be caused by several factors, including age, health conditions, and medications. Psychological erectile dysfunction, on the other hand, is often due to anxiety or other psychological issues. However, both of them can be treated, you just need to determine the cause of the problem.
Did you know that there are ways a woman can be just as responsible for erectile dysfunction as a man? Learn how to give your man ED support in this episode
Your brain is the most powerful organ in your body, but it can sometimes work against you. If you’ve ever felt nervous in a high-pressure situation or struggled to calm down before bed, you know it’s like to have an “over-anxious” brain. In men, it can also lead to erectile dysfunction.