Guys, if some of you might be wondering when you ask your lover what’s wrong after a romantic session that went down from 12 0 clock to six o clock in less then 3 minutes …its hard for her to answer what’s wrong” when nothing’s right. , I might have to drop a hint that New research adds to the evidence that smoking may be a major cause of erectile dysfunction.
A recent study at the American Heart Association’s annual Conference on Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention looked into the impact of smoking has on a man’s ability to get an erection . “This is not the first study to document an association between cigarette smoking and erectile dysfunction,” How ever this study is unique in that it looks at other factors associated with erectile dysfunction – also known as impotence
Both smoking and erectile dysfunction have often been associated — individually — with plaque build-up in the arteries, called atherosclerosis. The plaque obstructs blood flow through vessels, causing a host of circulatory problems throughout the body, such as erectile dysfunction. In a recent study in china, researchers examined data on 4,764 Chinese men — average age 47 — who completed a health survey. Smoking history and quality of sexual relations were among the questions.
- Men who smoked more than 20 cigarettes daily had a 60% higher risk of erectile dysfunction, compared to men who never smoked a cigarette.
- 15% of the past and present smokers had experienced erectile dysfunction.
- Men who currently – and formerly — smoked were about 30% more likely to suffer from impotence.
- Among men who had never smoked, 12% had erection problems.
For men in their 30s and 40s, smoking increases the risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) by about 50 per cent.
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The British Medical Association estimates that up to 120,000 men have Erectile dysfunction because of smoking. Erection can’t occur unless blood can flow freely into the penis, so these blood vessels have to be in tip top condition. And of course smoking can damage the blood vessels and cause them to degenerate: nicotine narrows the arteries that lead to the penis, reducing blood flow and the pressure of blood in the penis. This narrowing effect increases over time, so if you haven’t got problems now, things could change later.
Erection problems in smokers may be an early warning signal that cigarettes are already damaging other areas of the body – such as the blood vessels that supply the heart.