We don’t talk about it.
So we never realise that we’ve all had ‘trouble in the hydraulic department’ at some point in our lives. And when it happens to us, the vicious cycle begins!!!
Even if the first time a man experiences erectile dysfunction, it is due to physical factors such as illness, alcohol, fatigue etc, it is common for him to start worrying about what will happen the next time he wants to make love. This inevitably causes stress and a tendency to dwell on the possibility of failure in the future, neither of which is conducive to a happy and relaxed sex life.
Furthermore, it can have a devastating effect on self-esteem and confidence.
According to Lysette Offley of Sounds Positive Hypnotherapy, it is estimated that 30% of sexual problems are purely psychological rather than physical. Most are a combination of both. “If you get spontaneous erections in the morning, the likelihood is that, physically, everything’s in working order. It’s always a good idea to check with your doctor, though, just to be sure it’s not a symptom of something else that needs medical attention,” she...