Tuesday, 5 February 2013
HEART PROBLEMS AND ERECTILE DYSFUNCTIONS.
The real test of a man is not how well he plays the role he has invented for himself, but how well he plays the role that destiny assigned to him.
Men already known to have heart conditions along with severe erectile dysfunctions are at highest risk of cardiovascular conditions.
Our problems are man made, therefore they may be solved by men. No problem of human destiny is beyond human beings.
Men with even mild erectile dysfunction but no known heart problems, may face extra risk of developing cardiovascular conditions in the future. And as erectile dysfunction becomes more pronounced, signs of hidden heart diseases and earlier death risk grow.
A penile erection is the hydraulic effect of blood entering and being retained in sponge-like bodies within the penis. The process is often initiated as a result of sexual arousal, when signals are transmitted from the brain to nerves in the penis. Erectile dysfunction is indicated when an erection is difficult to produce. There are various circulatory causes, including alteration of the voltage-gated potassium channel, as in arsenic poisoning from drinking water. The most important organic causes are cardiovascular disease and diabetes, neurological problems (for example, trauma from prostatectomy surgery), hormonal insufficiencies (hypogonadism) and drug side effects. Psychologically brewers droop is where erection or penetration fails due to thoughts or feelings rather than physical impossibility.
It's not what's happening to you now or what has happened in your past that determines who you become. Rather, it's your decisions about what to focus on, what things mean to you, and what you're going to do about them that will determine your ultimate destiny.
Among men aged 45 and up without diagnosed heart disease, those with moderate or severe erectile dysfunction were up to 50 percent more likely to be hospitalized for heart problems, according to a recent observation. Erectile dysfunction boosted the risk for hospitalization even more when men had a history of cardiovascular disease.
You must in the face of a storm, think, live and die as a king.
Erectile problems, which become more likely as men grow older, aren't a guarantee of heart problems. Still, men with erectile dysfunction should take action by seeing a health professional and asking for a heart check, men with erectile dysfunction need to be assessed for their future risk of cardiovascular disease, and any identified risk must be managed appropriately, observed by specialists.
The sense of obligation to continue is present in all of us. A duty to strive is the duty of us all. We felt a call to that duty.
Only by joy and sorrow does a person know anything about themselves and their destiny. They learn what to do and what to avoid.
It is said, an estimated 60 percent of men aged 70 and up suffer from moderate to severe erectile dysfunction. The condition can place major limits on sexual activity and require the use of drugs like Viagra that can come with side and several challenges.
A variety of causes can contribute to impotence, but it is widely acknowledged that erectile dysfunction is predominantly the result of underlying cardiovascular disease.
The concept of total wellness recognizes that our every thought, word, and behavior affects our greater health and well-being. And we, in turn, are affected not only emotionally but also physically and spiritually.
Doctors already believe that erectile dysfunction is an early warning sign of heart problems, but it's not clear why. It's possible, Doctors said, that the arteries of the penis are smaller than those of other parts of the body and may be more likely to reveal problems when their lining deteriorates.
The new study aims to gain more insight into how the severity of erectile dysfunction translates into a higher risk of cardiovascular disease. The researchers tracked more than 95,000 men aged 45 and up, and compared data collected between 2006 and 2009 to data collected in 2010.
The researchers adjusted their statistics so they wouldn't be thrown off by factors like high or low numbers of men who smoked or drank alcohol, or were wealthy or poor.
They found that the men with severe erectile dysfunction, compared to those with no problem, were eight times more likely to have heart failure, 60 percent more likely to have heart disease and almost twice as likely to die of any cause.
It is not enough for us to prostrate ourselves under the tree which is Creation, and to contemplate its tremendous branches filled with stars. We have a duty to perform, to work upon the human soul, to defend the mystery against the miracle, to worship the incomprehensible while rejecting the absurd; to accept, in the inexplicable, only what is necessary; to dispel the superstitions that haunts us.
Could drugs for erectile dysfunction, such as Viagra, actually help men with undiagnosed heart problems?
Everyone has his faults which he continually repeats: neither fear nor shame can cure them.
Medications to treat erectile dysfunction have proven benefits in treating [lung] hypertension and are being evaluated as a treatment for heart failure,said a professor of cardiology at the University of California, Los Angeles. However, there are no proven benefits for reducing the risk of heart attack or stroke.
The more defects a man may have, the older he is, the less lovable, the more resounding his success.