The Key to Healthy and Enjoyable Sex Life

Sexuality is an integral part of being human. Love, affection and sexual intimacy contribute to healthy relationships and individual well-being.  Sexual health is important at any age and the desire for intimacy is timeless.  Sexual health refers to the many factors that impact sexual function and reproduction. These include a variety of physical, mental and emotional factors. Disorders that affect any of these factors can impact a man's physical and emotional health, as well as his relationships and well being.

A human male’s libido and sexual response, including arousal and erection, involves a dynamic interplay of hormones that can be affected profoundly by many variables. Health, work, stress, financial concerns, and family and relationship dynamics can all have an effect upon male sexual health and sex drive.

Testosterone plays a critical role in a man's sexual experience.  Produced by the testes, the hormone propels prepubescent boys toward deeper voices, hairy chests and helps the body produce and maintain adult male features.  A man’s testosterone level can drop due to aging, adverse reaction to medicine, depression, stress, and other factors.  Lower levels of testosterone can affect a man’s sexual desire, stamina, physical features, energy levels, and mood. 

Signs of low testosterone in adult men may include:

  • Decreased sex drive or libido
  • No or poor erections of the penis (erectile dysfunction).
  • Lowered sperm count
  • Smaller and softer testes
  • Increased breast size
  • Loss of body hair and muscle mass
  • Hot flashes, increased irritability
  • Inability to concentrate and depression
  • Aches and pain in bone and joints
  • Increased weight gain

On average, a man’s testosterone production peaks in the late teens and then gradually declines for the rest of his life.  A problematic decrease can happen to men as early as their 30s.  The penis may take longer to become erect, and erections may not be as firm. It may take longer to achieve full arousal and to have orgasmic and ejaculatory experiences. Erectile dysfunction also becomes more common.

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