Because of stress and hectic life, sex goes into crisis.
Sexual desire or libido is a drive that arises during puberty and is then preserved throughout the life of the individual, with normal variations related to age; in the healthy subject, the desire is preserved even in old age.
To preserve a healthy sexual desire, a good quality of life is necessary, which is obtained with a right dose of mental and physical well-being, the ability to live peacefully with daily stress, a satisfactory relationship with the partner who maintains seduction and complicity, a good life of social relationship in which there is space to live affections, friendships and leisure time, an adequate balance between work and rest .
Stress, in fact, can cause the drop in testosterone which regulates the level of desire; in addition to lifestyle, nutrition and pollution are also external factors that can alter natural sexual drives. The causes of the decrease in desire can therefore be not only psychological but also organic. Recall for example hormonal imbalances with decrease in testosterone production, increase in prolactin production, decrease in thyroid hormones; taking certain medications, such as those that are used in depressive syndromes, or medications that interfere with androgenic hormones such as anabolic or doping drugs, neuroleptics; chronic diseases; abuse of alcohol, smoking, cocaine, opioids; pathologies of the genital organs such as premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. Hypertension, diabetes, arteriosclerosis as well as depression are also at the top of the ranking of the causes of erectile dysfunction with a sure impact on the decrease in desire, in these cases it happens that the man with erectile dysfunction often self-convinces no longer having sexual desire precisely because, having difficulty in achieving an erection, she prefers to avoid the sense of frustration linked to a failure. Interest in sexual desire disorders increased when low sexual desire was finally recognized as sexual dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction is very frequent and affects one in three men after forty years, hence the need to identify therapies. In addition to clinical tests, essential elements in the treatment of the disorder are dialogue and trust. The psyche also plays a fundamental role in impotence on an organic basis.The homeopathic therapy intervenes effectively because it restores the global balance of the individual and acts on the two key elements: performance anxiety and depression.
By releasing the mechanisms that generate fear, the body becomes free and the perception of an initial improvement detaches the obsessive mechanism of fear of failure.
The homeopathic remedy, if prescribed on the basis of a careful investigation following the similarity, produces unexpected results compared to allopathic treatments. Since at the basis of erectile dysfunction there is the decrease in bioavailability of nitric oxide at the level of the intracavernous smooth muscle cell, a modern therapy of erectile dysfunction must be able to raise the levels of circulating nitric oxide. This explains the effectiveness of amino acid-based food supplements, such as L-Arginine, L-Ornithine and Citrulline; these amino acids act synergistically by promoting the physiological increase in the availability of Nitric Oxide and contribute to its conservation in the body for prolonged periods of time.However, the choice of the most suitable therapy, of the dosage and of the treatment with the most similar remedies to the constitution of the patient should always be referred to the attending physician.