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Study: People with erectile dysfunction are less productive

 Study: People with erectile dysfunction are less productive

Erectile dysfunction is a common sexual problem for men, but it can affect their work as well as their daily lives.

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The results of a new study published in the International Journal of Clinical Practice revealed that men who suffer from erectile dysfunction are less productive at work than others.

The researchers based on the study explained that these injured men may be absent from work more, and they may suffer from health and psychological problems that present an obstacle between them and their professional lives.

The researchers reported that having erectile dysfunction is a constant concern and concern for sufferers, which affects their lives, including work.

This is known as erectile dysfunction as a problem that affects men and makes it difficult for them to achieve an erection, or an erection is incomplete, or may not occur at all, which would affect the process of sexual intercourse with a partner.

The infection is associated with some different symptoms and complications, the most important of which are:

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Depression
  • Decreased blood flow to the penis
  • Heart problems.
Erectile dysfunction becomes more common as men get older, and the risk increases significantly after around the age of 70.

To reach these results, the researchers targeted a number of men aged between 40-70 years from different countries, namely Brazil, China, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Britain and America, and they found the following results:

  • 49.7% of men reported having erectile dysfunction, and the highest percentage was in Italy
  • 25% of the infected men reported that they suffer from low productivity at work
  • Men with erectile dysfunction were about twice as likely to stay at home as compared to other men
  • The health of the circulatory system of the affected men was lower compared to those of the uninfected.
The researchers emphasized that this problem is global and not limited to these countries only.