In a study published in the Boston University School of Medicine, erectile dysfunction and type 2 diabetes was further investigated.
The study said: “Erectile dysfunction is a significant and common medical problem.
“Recent epidemiologic studies suggest that approximately 10 percent of men aged 40-70 have severe or complete erectile dysfunction.
“Erectile dysfunction is strongly related to both physical and psychological health.
“Among the major risk factors are diabetes mellitus, heart disease, hypertension, and decreased HDL levels.
“Medications for diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and depression may also cause erectile difficulties.”
Source: | Daily Express