Men In Their 30s Have Highest Levels Of Impotence Due To Stress, Work And Drink..

Men in their 30s have the highest levels of erection problems, according to a surprising survey, and men of all ages are struggling to talk about the problem. Although most commonly associated with ageing men, erectile dysfunction can happen at any age and may be more common in younger men than people think. 43 per cent of all British men aged 18 to 60 say they suffer from impotence, and they are most likely to point the finger at stress, tiredness, anxiety, and drinking alcohol. Failing to get or maintain an erection is common and usually nothing to worry about, but it can be embarrassing. Men are reluctant to talk about their bedroom troubles and around one in five said it had led to a break-up or mental health problems…

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