Most women like men are tough and hard worker. Willing to work hard is one of the masculine characters that signify a man willing to protect the mother of his children. But you should not work too hard, because later could limp on the bed.
A study showed that men who work too hard to be stressed were even less kick in bed.
Men with jobs that have a lot of demands and high psychological pressure will experience symptoms similar to menopause, the lack of energy, depression, decreased libido and erectile difficulties.
Menopause is synonymous with women. However, in men, a similar phenomenon can also occur and called andropause. The cause is a deficiency of hormones, similar to that experienced by menopausal women. The difference if the woman is reduced estrogen in men is declining testoteronnya.
Results of the study in Japan showed that men who pursue a job with a lot of pressure appeared to have low testosterone levels. Typical low male hormone is known to be associated with the decline of sex drive.
Researchers found a positive association between high job demands, low testosterone levels and symptoms similar to menopause in the study participants.
What Is Stress?
Stress is your reaction to any change that requires you to adjust or respond. It’s important to remember that you can control stress because stress comes from how you respond to stressful events, not the events themselves.
What Causes Stress?
Stress can be caused by anything — good and bad. Your body reacts to these changes with physical, mental, and emotional responses. We all have our own ways of coping with change, so the causes of stress can be different for each person.
Work stress, anxiety, and erectile dysfunction are closely connected. Stress and anxiety can cause ED. Plus, men facing increased work stress or anxiety may also have increased blood pressure and cholesterol. Both of these conditions increase a man’s risk for low testosterone.
It’s important to understand that stress is the body’s response to life’s issues. Work stress and anxiety can cause harm to your body. Low testosterone is just one of the many ways the damage manifests itself. Unfortunately, it’s a vicious cycle: low testosterone can cause a man further stress and anxiety, which can cause additional ED issues.
If you suspect that your stress and anxiety are contributing to your ED, you can attempt to treat it on your own. Identify major stressors in your life and ways that you can manage them. Plan ways to prevent worrying and stressing, and develop a plan to eliminate the stressors altogether.
If you need professional help to do this, make an appointment with your general practitioner, a counselor, or a psychotherapist. These healthcare professionals can help you find a solution for your work stress-induced ED.