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Smoking/tobacco and Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is also known as impotence (inability of a male to maintain an erection for
sexual purposes.), is more common in smokers as compared to non smokers. ED is almost two times in smokers. It has been well established that even second hand (passive) smokers are more prone to develop this disorder. Therefore, smoking is dangerous for near and dear ones of smokers as well. Heavy smokers (>30 cigarettes/day) are supposed to be maximum sufferers.
How smoking affects normal sexual functioning?
Smoking is an independent risk factor can lead to impotence. Smoking can affect almost every systems of the body that works together
to get good sexual act. Brain (nervous system) works with body hormones, cardiovascular system (heart and blood vessels) works with body and penile
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musculature to get good sexual function. Smoking can damage nerves, block blood vessels, affects cardiac musculature. Therefore,
if any part of chain is affected; it will affect all other related systems and hence lead to impotence.
Smoking may lead to many other systemic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, lung disease which can further contribute to develop ED. Severe blood flow blockage can lead to stroke (cerebral hemorrhage) and heart attack. Penile artery blockade can lead to ED. Smoking is related to an abnormal fall of blood pressure in the penis and contributing ED.
The longer the length of time spent smoking, the greater the damage to the biological systems that cause impotence. Quitting smoking is the answer and patient may regain full/partial erection after complete abstinence of smoking.
New era medicine help in quitting smoking/tobacco and also help to get lost erection.
It is also important to judge how much damage smoking has already done to the body and treat accordingly.