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Age Related Sexual Problems: With age we develop lot of physiological and metabolic problems like Hypertension and Diabetes, Acidity, Ulcers, Anxiety etc. Medications of these problems affect our sexual desires. Sexual organs begin to lose functioning around the 5th decade in healthy men. However, this is highly variable; many factors will determine the quality of sexual function and desire.
Testosterone: The age-related decrease in libido noted among men is most frequently attributed to a decline in testosterone levels and to changes in receptor site sensitivity to androgen. Around the 5th decade of life, testosterone production gradually declines. By age 80, it may be only a sixth of a younger man.
Erectile Function: Normal age-related change in erectile function will affect sexual desire. These symptoms include a decrease in blood flow to the scrotum and penis reduced tensing of the scrotal sac and delayed erection. Where a younger man may achieve a full erection in seconds, an elderly person may require several minutes to attain a similar response.
Erectile dysfunction can be caused by atherosclerosis - the thickening of the walls of the arteries that causes them to narrow and lose elasticity, restricting blood flow.
The smaller arteries in the penis are usually first affected by atherosclerosis - damage to the lining of the arteries (medically known as endothelial dysfunction) - as even a small amount of narrowing in these arteries can affect circulation. The early damage of atherosclerosis prevents the arteries to the penis from dilating (widening) properly, in turn preventing the penis from filling with blood and so becoming hard. Reasons can be:
Drugs to control high blood pressure, Heart medication and higher lipid levels in blood.
Some diuretics, Drugs that act on the central nervous system (on the brain or spinal cord), Anxiety treatments (anxiolytics).
Antidepressants, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, and antidepressants.
Some cancer drugs, including chemotherapeutic agents.
Prostate treatments, including treatments for cancer, and for benign prostatic hypertrophy. Anti-androgen drugs used for prostate disease and other conditions, can also cause erectile dysfunction. Drugs with a wide range of uses that block a neurotransmitter (nerve signal molecule) that affects muscle tone.
Hormone drugs, including estrogens and drugs that act on luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone. The peptic ulcer medication.
Organic (physical) causes account for some 90% of true (persistent) cases of erectile dysfunction.
With psychological causes Poor communication with a sex partner.
Other relationship problems such as pressure from a sex partner as expectations make sex a task instead of a pleasure. Penile sensitivity also decreases with age. You need to have more time for sexual play and, comfortable sexual “climate” in order to maximize blood flow and sensitivity.