Are You In A Rut?

According to the Cleveland Clinic, as many as 52% of men may suffer from erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence, is the inability to get or maintain an erection hard enough for penetrative sex.
Although this is likely to affect most men from time to time, if it’s an ongoing issue it can cause stress, lack of self-confidence or relationship problems.

ED can be caused by physical ailments such as diabetes or a heart condition, or psychological issues like stress, anxiety or depression.
Very often, though, it’s a combination of the two, which can leave you battling a bit of a vicious cycle.
For example, your ED may be caused by a minor physical issue which slows your sexual response. The feelings of anxiety or pressure this causes can then worsen the issue. This subsequently leads to more anxiety, which heightens the ED even more, and so on and so forth.
Before you know it, you may find yourself in a bit of a rut.

Luckily, erectile dysfunction need not be a life sentence.
A great first step is seeing a doctor – your ED may well be caused by an underlying physical condition which can be easily managed or treated.
Making healthy lifestyle choices such as limiting alcohol intake, stopping or cutting down on smoking and taking up regular exercise can also help.

You may benefit from some professional guidance to help you conquer your ED once and for all.
That’s where I come in.
I can deliver talk therapy sessions, online learning, practical somatic sessions, hands-on bodywork sessions or one of my signature coaching Programs to help you take control of your sex life.
Everyone’s personality and situation is unique, which is why I offer a range of services. Whether you prefer to learn from the comfort and privacy of your own home or require more practical guidance, I can provide you with the support you need.

I will help you last longer in bed, overcome that dreaded performance anxiety and give you back the confidence you deserve.
Book your Consult today and we can chat to work out the best way forward.
Erectile dysfunction is extremely common and nothing to feel ashamed or embarrassed about. Take that first step today and empower yourself to be the best lover you can be

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