Erectile Dysfunction Myths and Facts

Erectile Dysfunction can strike the most unsuspecting party at any time, and it usually does. Fortunately, we’ve taken a look at some of the myths and facts what causes and cures about ED so that you know how to proceed should you ever be faced with this challenge.

Fact: Erectile dysfunction occurs when there isn’t sufficient blood flow to the penis to sustain an erection.

Some of the causes of insufficient blood flow to the penis are medications, poor circulations, interactions with alcohol or drugs, and simply being overtired.

Myth: Having an episode of Erectile Dysfunction means that you’re getting old.
Many sexually active seniors will happily agree that erectile dysfunction has absolutely nothing to do with age. ED can occur in men of any age and is caused by the factors mentioned above.


Fact: Erectile Dysfunction is a warning sign from your body that something needs attention.

Whether that is a change in lifestyle habits such as reducing the amount of smoking or a change in medicines that can be the culprit if you’re experiencing ED your body is trying to tell you something.

Myth: Once I’ve experience Erectile Dysfunction it’s all downhill from there.
ED is rarely a lifetime condition. Just because you’ve experienced a bout of ED doesn’t mean that all is lost. Your penis will live to fight another day with proper attention to this issue.

Managing your response to ED is one of the best things that you can do should you find yourself in this uncomfortable position. Know that the issue is likely caused by a medical issue, reaction to medication or stress and is not caused by lack of attraction to your partner.


This condition occurs in millions of men every day and is fully treatable with the right blend of proper attention and appropriate lifestyle changes. Keep this in mind if you’re experiencing ED and are starting to get down on yourself. Why not, go down on your partner instead? You may find that your lack of a stressful reaction to ED may just take care of itself.