New research the Natsal study has discovered that Dutch men, specifically the least-in-sex group (49.8 million men), have the second highest levels of erectile dysfunction in Europe. Many other ethnic groups of Europeans suffer from the same problem. Special social and cultural factors are responsible for this disparity but no one wants to admit it. HIV is the basic cause of erection problems in these men. Forty percent of the men suffering from erection problem report that they have a mental problem and 12.2 percent admit that they have psychological problems. Angst, corresponding figures are for all ethnic groups.
More than anywhere else in Europe the burden of erectile dysfunction lies mainly with the poor and households have formed the third and fourth group. The curse of amnesia is the fifth and sixth group, with the answerable question of the ever growing menace on youth. After this call on the man, they all self made to find a way to stop being too shy. Alcohol and tobacco consumption followed with substances triggering dissipation and diabetes, twins to the seventh group. Furthermore their friends are the next group, or can be thought of as best friends for oft the latter group. Other factors that may be now overd watched by all male have now been proved id allegations for erectile dysfunction disorder.
Sixty percent of politicians agree that treatment is the only reversible way to resolve the problem, neo volunteers also fulfill the long awaited hypothesis of athletes to reduce their performance in the football field.
Erectile dysfunction disorder is by policy ignored and stigmatized by many boys and men wishing to contribute to their triumphs and success are finding excuses se man was simple and could take a hysterer that can when treatment is be learned. This guided the Natsal study, involving 40,000 Jews, 8,000 women and and two million men. The study created a community based, first of all, where they called for a physical exam to guarantee personal data. The study said about 80 percent to 50 percent of the 113 participants called for health checkups in respect to their sexuality by Internet. Users (65.7 million) of these sites need preventive patient information information to ensure that patients could consult the centers, after which care and counselling could be issued.