The onset of sex life is a source of anxiety for everyone, and especially for men who often spend time thinking about their potential performance. These thoughts can turn into worries, anxiety, stress and possible future malfunctions.

Stress and malfunctions

Young people's sex life is also influenced by other factors such as insecurity about their body, the satisfaction or not of their partners, workplace difficulties that affect one's mood and sexuality, or even problems in the relationship. At the same time, an accidental failure in sexual intercourse, which may be the result of tiredness or stress of the day, usually leads to heightened feelings of insecurity, impotence, decreased sexual desire or even avoidance. In this case the person should try to regard the event individually and not let it affect his future performance. Otherwise, it is suggested to visit a specialist to address the problem more targeted.

Finally, the rhythms of daily living lead to an accumulation of stress which in turn increases the secretion of stress hormones such as epinephrine and norepinephrine. These hormones then reduce blood circulation to the blood vessels as well as the genitals resulting in difficulty in erectile dysfunction.

Possible solutions?

  • Start a gym
  • Take care of your body
  • Take care of your diet
  • Talk openly with your partner

If symptoms persist, consult a specialist!