“The three major impotence causes”:-
physical, psychological and lifestyle…A great deal of confusion and misinformation exists about impotence causes.
Impotence causes fall into three main categories: physical factors, psychological factors and lifestyle factors.
Many believe that impotence is a reflection of their sexual ability and virility and these beliefs often lead to loss of self-esteem and depression.This prompts the belief that psychological factors are one of the primary causes of impotence.
However, more than 80% of men have underlying physical rather than psychological impotence causes.
Impotence (or erectile dysfunction) is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse, and includes the inability to get an erection as a result of sexual stimulation or to lose your erection prior to ejaculation.
Occupational hazards: - certain occupational hazards affect fertility by upsetting the hormonal balance, thereby suppressing sperm production, and resulting impotence. Working in places of excessive heat and with dangerous chemicals that have an adverse impact on sexual functions & fertility which include heavy metals, like lead, nickel & mercury; insecticides; petrochemicals; pesticides; benzene; xylene; anesthetic gases & X-rays.
Duct blocking: - If the passage (reproductive tract) between the penis and testes is blocked,
* Stress & anxiety from work or home
* Worry about poor sexual performance
* Unresolved sexual orientation
* Emotional trauma.