Woodbridge-Elev8te Wave ED Therapy – Depression and ED, the Vicious Cycle
Men who want to be at their peak performance health-wise often include an active sex life as one of their indicators of good health.
Depression and erectile dysfunction are two common conditions that are linked in a vicious cycle – and they are not often openly discussed.
Both men and women with depression also report problems with their sex-life. And the reality is that problems with sexual performance can actually cause of increase symptoms of depression.
So what can you do if you’re stuck in the depression / ED cycle? To restore your peak performance health, we’re going to look at the links between depression and ED in two ways.
Let’s Talk Depression and Erectile Dysfunction
Depression can be a cause of erectile dysfunction. Why? Because erections don’t start in your penis, they start in your brain. That’s right. Sexual desire starts in the brain, which then transmits the signals to your body that produce an erection.
If depression is interfering with those signals, you may lose the natural ability to produce and maintain an erection. Even worse. Some anti depression medication has been shown to cause or worsen symptoms of ED.
This means it’s very important to be upfront with your doctor about both of your conditions. Talk to your doctor openly and honestly about your symptoms so they can determine if depression, the medication, or some other physical condition is causing your ED.
Remember: if you are taking medication for depression, never go off your medication without first discussing it with your doctor.
Here are some warning signs that there may be a link between depression and ED:
- Sex loses appeal and no longer feels pleasurable.
- You experience erectile dysfunction after a stressful trauma like work stress, losing your job, the death of a friend or family member.
- Your experience of ED comes with strong feelings of anxiety, frustration, and stress.
- You lose confidence and feel more negative about yourself because of ED.
Flip the Picture: Erectile Dysfunction and Depression
While depression can cause ED, the reverse is also true. Men experiencing erectile dysfunction can also slip into depression, or experience increased feelings of negativity, self-doubt, and lack of confidence.
It’s a chicken and egg thing. Difficult to know which comes first. Just like before, though, being open and honest about your problems – with your doctor, your partner, and even visiting a therapist – can help you move forward.
If you have Peyronie’s Disease (PD), the problem is more likely to be physical. PD is a curvature of the penis, often caused by scar tissue due to strain or injury. It can lead to painful erections, a lack of sexual enjoyment, and erectile dysfunction. Having PD may trigger depression or feelings of self-doubt.
Explore Elev8te Wave Therapy as a Proven Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction and Peyronie’s Disease
Elev8te Wave Therapy by Elev8te Men’s Health is a non-invasive, long-lasting erectile dysfunction treatment. During Elev8te’s Wave Therapy Low Intensity Sound Waves are applied to the penis, helping break down scar tissue in men with Peyronie’s Disease, and helping open up blood vessels and increasing blood flow to the penis.
If your ED is based on physical symptoms like vascular problems, Elev8te Wave Therapy can help your body respond to those sexual signals from the brain, enabling you produce spontaneous, firm, lasting erections. That means restoring your peak performance health.
We can’t promise a miracle cure…but there’s many studies that show our low intensity sound waves work to restore natural sexual function.
Want to Restore Your Peak Performance Health? Try Elev8te Wave Therapy
Restore your confidence and return to Peak performance health with Elev8te Men’s Health, Canada’s premiere erectile dysfunction clinic in Toronto. We offer a safe, revolutionary, and effective treatment for both erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease.
If you want to learn more about Elev8te Wave Therapy treatment for ED, reach out to Elev8te Men’s Health for a consultation today.