Youth Impotence - articles

Just Like a Video Game, With Sex You Have to Win – But How Can You With a Puny Gun?

Joe was a young Asian man who had just turned 19. He was a little nerdy in some ways, and very popular among his friends; especially in the gaming community. Almost every day, he’d get together either in person or online with his buddies and they’d play various video games for fun. His favorite genres were Role-Playing Games (RPGs) and First Person Shooters (FPSs).
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Does Too Much Masturbation Before Puberty Cause Really Soft Erection?

There’s the old adage that says if you don’t use it, you may lose it.  

And while the science behind that is debatable, it turns out that if you overuse it, it’s quite possible to lose it.
Take for example excessive masturbation, an activity most men engage in on a regular basis. Excessive masturbation can lead to increased softness and weakness of an erection. How? Each time you masturbate, your body loses hormones. When you masturbate in excess before puberty, the body experiences an imbalances.
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Natural Ways to Increase Your Natural Testosterone

I met Jason while in college. He was a nice guy, but he and I were destined to be “just friends.” He shared all of his secrets with me. He told me who his secret crushes were. He told me whom he was dating. He even shared with me more intimate information. 
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Smoking Marijuana? It Kills Your Erection

Many myths surround the health effects of marijuana usage, and many of those are being used to help block its legalization. Without getting too political, it’s important to note that the effect marijuana has on youth impotence is more fact than fiction.
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Is Over Masturbation the Master Culprit Behind my Impotence?

Sex remains a favorite pastime for humans. Doctors recommend sex and masturbation to maintain a healthy penis and to improve sexual performance and endurance. However, men who over masturbate and cause harm to their bodies.
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Men Experienced with Hemorrhoids Are More Likely to Develop Erectile Dysfunction

Few men would ever blame their E.D. on a prior diagnosis of hemorrhoids, but according to recent research, men who have suffered from hemorrhoids before may be at risk for developing erectile dysfunction, a debilitating condition that affects a man’s basic sexual function.
The two conditions affect very different areas of the body, hemorrhoids cause swelling of the veins inside the rectum while erectile dysfunction causes a lack of blood flow to the penis, resulting in non-existent erections.
The Age Works Against Your Favor
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Young Adult Impotence & Ecstasy

As with the use of other street drugs, many people who seek an elevated mood take ecstasy to escape from unhappiness, or to enhance their sexual experiences. Young adults and adolescents use it most often when at clubs, raves or rock concerts. Users of the drug say that it produces profoundly positive feelings, empathy for others, elimination of anxiety, and extreme relaxation.
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Young Adult Impotence & Methamphetamine

Methamphetamine or “Meth”, use has been on the rise for years, yet its side effects are quite destructive. Chronic abuse of meth damages the body in many ways including, but certainly not limited to, destroying testicular functions that cause sexual and orgasmic disorders, especially erection strength.
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Marijuana and My Dead Erection

Marijuana is a very popular drug in our culture, and it is common to think of it as a relatively harmless mood lifter and creativity enhancer.  However, marijuana can cause some very serious side effects, wreaking havoc on the brain and nervous system and disrupting normal sexual function.
Marijuana abuse raises the level of the inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E-2 in the body, which can induce inflammation in brain arteries, constricting blood flow to the brain.
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Young Adult Impotence & High Blood Pressure

Millions of people suffer from hypertension, or high blood pressure.  This disease can have a profound impact on ones health and can lead to other ailments, some of which are life threatening.  In addition, hypertension and the medications used to treat hypertension can adversely affect normal sexual function, resulting in impotence for the young adult.
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