It is commonly believed that the risk of experiencing ED condition is much higher and much more common among older men compared to other men’s age groups. This is closely related to the belief that as we age, our health and vitality starts to deteriorate as we potentially experience more underlying and chronic concerns that might have not been present before. This belief, however, is half-true according to recent studies that surveyed more than 10 000 men within a decade. The outcome of the study showed that the rates of ED increased over time as the survey audience aged.
Another important factor that contributes to this belief is the lifestyle – the majority of the sample might have a higher chance of having habits like smoking and lack of exercise which further amplifies the rates of ED condition, especially in the long run.
However, it is also important to understand the rates of ED and the risks associated with it across different stages of our lives. Read the following Pharmica article to find out more!
On average, this age group has the lowest risk of experiencing ED conditions.
With that being said, over the course of the last couple of decades, the rates of ED conditions occurring in this age group have grown. Considering that this is the youngest age group, it is believed that the chances of underlying conditions increasing the risk of ED condition occurring are low. However, in reality, lifestyle changes for young men during the last decade impacted the higher risk of ED.
These lifestyle factors like increased stress levels, smoking, as well as growing rates of consumption of alcohol and drugs might have been the primary reason behind the statistics. Furthermore, growing mental health concern also increase the risks of ED conditions occurring. Therefore, if a man within this age group is experiencing ED, it is recommended to consult with a doctor to pinpoint the physiological or psychological reason behind ED and to design an effective plan to tackle the condition.
This age group has a higher risk of developing ED for more reasons than younger men. While anxiety and depression might not be as common, stress could become a key concern and lead to ED occurring, especially if the stress pattern becomes chronic (e.g. concerns related to career or family). Furthermore, at this age, many men could start developing physiological causes of ED related to heart health.
For example, consistently maintaining bad habits like excessive smoking and drinking as well as growing rates of obesity and lack of exercise directly contribute to developing ED within the age group.
While ED might not occur immediately within this age group, maintaining an unhealthy lifestyle could significantly increase the risk of developing ED at later stages of our lives, as well as other significant underlying health complications like heart health issues.
For this specific age group, ED cases start to rise significantly and are mostly related to physiological causes. For example, heart health complications become more common, reducing the efficiency of blood flow and directly contributing to ED.
At this stage, the lifestyle that the individual had before starts to take an effect on our bodies. This includes higher levels of cholesterol, higher blood pressure, obesity as well as other complications from a lifestyle that start affecting us.
It is important to ensure that any potential concerns related to ED, as well as other health complications (especially heart-related) are discussed with your doctor.