Erectile Dysfunction

It’s true that as men get older, sexual function is likely to decrease and erectile dysfunction (ED) becomes more common. But simply getting older by itself does not lead to ED, nor is ED just a natural part of aging that men have to accept.

ED affects men of all ages. It’s a real medical condition that affects more than 30 million men in the United States, both young and old. If ED is a problem for you, it can be addressed, no matter your age.

More often than not, ED is caused by other health problems, such as heart disease or diabetes, which are also more common as a man gets older. So in addition to being a problem that can affect your sexual relationship, ED may also be a sign of other health conditions that your doctor should know about.

Causes of ED:

factors that can lead to ED :

High blood pressure (also called hypertension)
High blood pressure can damage blood vessels throughout the body, including those in the penis.

Diabetes (high blood sugar)
Diabetes can increase the chances of having ED. Over time, high blood sugar can damage blood vessels and nerves in the penis.

High blood cholesterol
Over time, high blood cholesterol can cause blood vessels throughout the body, including those in the penis, to narrow. If this happens, then not enough blood flows into the penis for a firm erection.

Low hormone levels
Low levels of male hormone (testosterone) may affect a man’s ability to get an erection. ED can also happen when a man’s thyroid hormone level is too high or too low.

Lifestyle factors
Smoking, being overweight, drinking too much alcohol, not being physically active, or using recreational drugs can cause ED.

Effects of ED

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Whether the cause of ED is physiological or psychological, both the patient and his partner often experience a range of intense feelings and emotions. Any of these feelings can lead to a sense of hopelessness and lower self-esteem.Of course, feelings of sexual insecurity can reinforce any performance anxiety a man experiences and create a vicious cycle of repeated failures and increasingly negative feelings.

ED and Self Esteem

Because sexual performance is often a big part of a man’s self-esteem, experiencing erectile dysfunction (ED) can be devastating not only to a man’s sex life, but to his entire sense of being. Men with ED can become uncertain of themselves and avoid intimate situations with their partners; this only increases the pressure and anxiety associated with a condition which is often treatable.

ED and Sexual Partners

Erectile dysfunction can be embarrassing to discuss not only with a health care provider but with also with a partner.
It often causes men to withdraw from those who care about them, which puts a serious strain on relationships.

Partners of men with ED feel that initiating a discussion regarding the situation will cause embarrassment and humiliation.
They also may develop a sense of inadequacy, thinking the cause of ED is their fault and that they are no longer physically attractive to their partner. The first step to treatment, however, is trust and a willingness on the part of both partners to discuss the situation with each other, and with a physician.

Treatment of ED

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) & Nonsurgical Treatment


Sex Therapy & ED

A significant number of men develop impotence from psychological causes that can be overcome. When a physiological cause is treated, subsequent self-esteem problems may continue to impair normal function and performance. Qualified therapists (e.g., sex counselors, psychotherapists) work with couples to reduce tension, improve sexual communication, and create realistic expectations for sex, all of which can improve erectile function. Psychological therapy may be effective in conjunction with medical or surgical treatment. Sex therapists emphasize the need for men and their partners to be motivated and willing to adapt to psychological and behavioral modifications, including those that result from medical or surgical treatment.

Target Bullet® to treat ED

Oral medication is the most commonly used method in the treatment of ED. Target Bullet® being a natural product improves erection by inhibiting the cAMP phosphodiesterase. Target Bullet® increases blood flow to the penis.

Direction of use

It is used after taking a meal according to the case, one (1) capsule for every 3 to 6 days and the result appears within 8 hours after usage.