An orgasm is the sudden, physical release of sexual excitement during sexual activity. Achieving an orgasm is a key piece of a satisfying sex life, but inability to orgasm is a common problem among men of all ages, especially age 30 and above.
In fact, more than 2 in 5 men experience sexual dysfunction at some point in their lives, including inability or difficulty in achieving orgasm.
Talking about sex is awkward for many people, and the inability to orgasm can be isolating, frustrating, and embarrassing. However, it’s important to realize that inability to orgasm is a medical condition that can — and should — be treated.
If you’re struggling to achieve orgasm and you’re frustrated with your sex life, you’ve come to the right place.
The facts about sexual dysfunction
Sexual function is a complex combination of mental and physical factors. Normal sexual function includes four main elements: sexual desire, arousal, orgasm, and resolution.
Sexual dysfunction occurs when you experience problems in part or all of this process. Maybe you have a low sex drive, erectile dysfunction, or low T and it’s causing you to be less interested in initiating sex.
Or maybe, you’re interested in sex, but you struggle to achieve orgasm, and you’re left unsatisfied.
These issues may be mental, physical, or a combination of both — and the causes behind sexual dysfunction are highly personal.
Possible causes: psychological factors
Your psychological state significantly influences your sexual health. If you’re stressed, unhappy in your relationship, or suffering from a mental health condition, you may also experience sexual dysfunction.
Some common psychological factors that affect sexual health include:
- Lack of communication between partners
- Poor body image
- Unhappiness in a romantic relationship
Inability to orgasm can also create a cyclical effect. The frustration surrounding sexual dysfunction can create more stress and conflict in your relationship, making it even more difficult to achieve climax.
Possible causes: physical health conditions
Your physical health may also impact your ability to achieve orgasm. Preexisting health conditions, lifestyle habits, and simply getting older can lead to sexual and erectile dysfunction.
A few common factors that may affect your ability to orgasm include:
- Alcohol or tobacco use
- Certain medications
- Low libido
- Erectile dysfunction
- Low Testosterone
Many of these conditions occur together, and sexual dysfunction typically isn’t limited to just the inability to orgasm.
Treatment options to revitalize your sex life
The factors that influence sexual function are complex. And if you’re frustrated by the inability to orgasm, learning about sexual and erectile dysfunction can feel overwhelming.
The good news is that you don’t have to figure it out on your own. Our team at Niva Mens Health partners with you to identify the causes of your sexual dysfunction, so we can work on a treatment plan to improve your sexual experiences.We review your medical history, symptoms, and relevant lifestyle factors.
Every man is unique, and we strive to understand exactly what’s frustrating you about your sexual function and what your goals are for treatment.
Depending on your diagnosis, there are lots of treatment options available to you at Niva Mens Health like:
- Erectile Dysfunction treatment
- The Man Shot
- Testosterone Replacement Therapy
- Peyronie’s Disease treatment
- Premature Ejaculation Understanding
- Difficulty Orgasming treatment &
- Acoustic Sound Wave Therapy
…and much more!!
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