As you get older, erectile dysfunction (ED) is something you may encounter more often. This is, typically, the case for most men. Other serious factors could be impacting your ability to achieve and maintain an erection.
Although older age and physical health issues can have an influence on sexual potency, there is also a direct connection between poor mental health and ED. Studies have shown that depression and anxiety disorders, along with medication for those conditions, can have a direct impact on the severity of ED.
Therefore, just because you are getting older, it does not necessarily mean that your age is causing ED. If you are suffering from a mental health condition and ED, your psychological hardship and its effects could be having more of an impact on your sexual potency than your age.
Here at MAC Clinical Research, we understand the difficulties and struggles associated with depression and ED. We are currently recruiting for our clinical trial to test a new treatment for the condition.
If you are aged between 18-55 years old, have been diagnosed with depression from your GP but are not currently taking any antidepressants and are suffering from ED, you could be eligible for our trial which could be instrumental in finding more effective treatments for thousands like you who are also struggling.
For more information and to register your interest in our trial visit: https://researchforyou.co.uk/depression-trial-4-erectile-dysfunction/