Erectyle Dysfunction statistical data
According to statistics, more than 152 million men in the world are recognized as suffering from erectile dysfunction. Of these, 10 million - the inhabitants of the USA. This problem is most prevalent in developed countries. According to research, 17% of Americans under 29 years suffer from problems in their sexual lives related to potency.
Moreover, most of them - the white population. Slightly better looking statistics in European countries. 11% of French men aged 18 to 69 years are recognized in the periodic sexual disorders, among them the lack of erection. In Germany, 19% of men (30 to 80) and 12% of Spain (from 25 to 39) experiencing sexual difficulties in at least 50% of cases.
Residents of the Scandinavian countries in this respect were the healthiest nation. 65% of Finns aged 40 years had never experienced erectile dysfunction. 22% of the male population of Australia regularly experience problems with erection. 6% of them suffer permanent erectile dysfunction. And more than 90% of Australian men over the age of 80 years generally can’t get an erection on their own.
84% of men around the world recognize that the presence or absence of sexual problems seriously affect the quality of life, a sense of masculinity and the ability to enjoy their life.
Sexual problems can lead men to a state of depression, stress, inability to lead a normal life and may even be the cause of suicide.
Very often, erectile dysfunction is a harbinger of serious diseases such as atherosclerosis, diabetes, spinal injury, liver disease, kidney disease. Smoking also may be one of reasons for impotence. 40% of people faced with erectile dysfunction - smokers.
Erectile dysfunction is detrimental not only to men but also women's health, because female sexuality is linked with the male. And if a woman does not get sexual pleasure and caresses of men, she is usually able to sublimate and eventually become frigid. In 95% of cases, erectile dysfunction can be cured with medication.
One of the first means for the treatment of erectile dysfunction was Viagra, which appeared in 1998. At the moment there are a lot of the newest drugs, which in contrast to Viagra can be combined with alcohol and fatty foods.