Lifestyle Choices. Obesity increases your risk of erectile dysfunction by raising your estrogen levels which is not good for guys. By starting an exercise/diet program to lose some weight you can improve your sexual function. Plus if you lose that fat over the base of your penis, you will increase the visible length of your penis. BONUS!! Drinking too much alcohol, smoking, using illegal drugs, or being to stationary can also cause erectile dysfunction.
Low Testosterone (Low T). Men who have low testosterone levels (hypogonadism) might need testosterone replacement therapy to increase sex drive and sexual performance and restore nocturnal erections/”Morning Wood!” Ask your doc about getting screened and starting therapy with pellets, injections, gels, creams or patches!
Quality of Life
Stressors in your life might be contributing to your ED. These problems can interfere with sexual feelings and make it harder for you to get things going in the bedroom:
Relationship issues, depression, anxiety or other mental health conditions are frequently a cause of ED. The medications prescribed from your docs can affect how and when you ejaculate and how you respond to erotic stimuli. Ask about seeing a Sex Therapist/Counselor to help you work through some, if not all, of these issues.