Decreased mood, loss of vital signs and interest in common affairs causes a person a severe psychoemotional disorder, called depression. Nervous disease has a detrimental effect on the activity of the reproductive system and the activity of the brain centers responsible for the development of sexual arousal.To learn about the onset and development of a depressive disorder, it is possible by the following disturbing signs on the side of the psyche:
The emergence of an unreasonable sense of anxiety and longing; Slowness of speech, movements and thinking activity; Motor anxiety and fussiness; Increased fatigue and irritability; Causeless self-blame, guilt and humiliation; Indecisiveness in decision-making; Deterioration of concentration and memory; Perplexity; Early morning awakening, lack of appetite; Inability to enjoy life; Suicidal intentions
Depression may occur in stages or spontaneously, the starting point to the development of a psychogenic disorder may become:Emotional factors (death of a loved one or divorce, loss of work or betrayal of a spouse, overwork and lack of sleep);Biological factors (disruption of hormonal balance and trauma, alcoholism and drug addiction).
Prevention of male depression
To prevent impotence caused by depressive symptoms, it is possible by applying the following effective techniques:
- Timely detection and treatment of psychological problems (emotional instability, irritability, tearfulness);
- Visit the psychotherapist in the presence of unreasonable excitement before sexual intercourse and related phobias;
- Systemic work with a psychologist in obtaining child and youthful emotional trauma;
- Maintaining close and trusting relationships with the wife, relatives and friends, using the method of conflict-free communication.
Treatment of depression
Help for men suffering from a decrease in sexual function as a result of the onset of depression, should be given in the clinic or in the hospital. The decision to place the patient on inpatient treatment is made by the doctor if high suicidal risk is identified.The patient is prescribed a course of drug treatment depression, including sedatives and antidepressants. In severe cases, doctors recommend taking medications to reduce motor activity.
Also the patient should visit a psychotherapist, who conducts explanatory talks. The doctor organizes family and group sessions for the patient. The improvement of the clinical picture is primarily observed among the suggested individuals. In patients with increased readiness to submit to medical influence, stable changes in the mental state are observed, and the level of libido gradually increases.
In some cases, when a malfunctioning of the genitals is associated with mild depressive manifestations, it is enough for the physician to calm the patient and give detailed explanations of the cause of the unsuccessful sexual intercourse. The specialist will be able to dispel unsubstantiated fears of the patient and give competent advice on the prevention of erectile dysfunction.
Difficulties in treatment with psychotherapy often arise with prolonged forms of mental impotence. Some patients require a complex therapy for a stable increase in potency. In such cases, the doctor prescribes medicines, gives recommendations on the intake of herbal infusions and decoctions.