How does Viagra affect the psyche?

It is rather difficult to give an exhaustive answer to this question within the framework of our book. But we will try to set forth the main considerations on this.

All doctors who work with patients suffering from erectile dysfunction, of course, sooner or later it becomes clear that perhaps none of the existing diseases leave such a deep trace in the psyche as it happens in the case of impotence.

In addition, there is a whole army of patients suffering from so-called psychogenic erectile dysfunction. Speaking in human terms, these people have no physical reasons for an erection disorder, and the cause of their illness lies in certain psychological problems.

We also add that even in those cases of the disease, when the cause of the illness is, say, vascular disease or nerve damage due to trauma or diabetes mellitus, psychological factors are certainly added to all other factors.

Indeed, imagine that a man at some point loses the opportunity to make love with a woman. It is difficult to imagine a trauma stronger than the awareness of their own sexual weakness. You do not need to be Sigmund Freud to understand how important and emotionally colored this sphere of human relationships is and how painful any failures along the way are.

The impact of erectile dysfunction on the psyche of men

No wonder all patients who have undergone treatment or even surgery for erectile dysfunction must undergo a so-called psychological rehabilitation. Without the help of a psychiatrist, sometimes it is not possible to achieve good results even after a well-performed microsurgery on the vessels of the penis. It is hard to disagree with the opinion of sex therapists that the main organ of love in humans is located within the skull.

On the other hand, psychological rehabilitation is impossible if an erection does not occur due to any objective or subjective reasons. Naturally, the best cure for the sad mood associated with impotence is a good erection. In this regard, the emergence of effective pills that are capable of her erection, inspire optimism, not only to us, doctors, but also to our patients.

We assure you that nothing cheers up so much and does not give confidence to a man who has lost all hope of happiness, as the sight of his own member in the state of the most frank and shameless erection!

In conclusion, I would like to add that the feeling of self-confidence is perhaps the most important factor in the treatment and prevention of erectile dysfunction.

Daryl Warren