Does your partner have erectile dysfunction? Here’s how you can help.

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Erectile dysfunction (ED) can take a toll on your relationship and make both you and your partner feel inadequate or insecure. However, it’s important to remember that erectile dysfunction is not uncommon. Medical estimates suggest that at least fifty percent of men in the United States experience some form of sexual dysfunction at some point in their lives, with erectile dysfunction being the most common (affecting approximately 30 million men). Outside the US, the numbers are even greater: ED affects as many as 140 million men worldwide.

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9 Ways Anxiety Affects Your Health

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Everyone has experienced anxiety as a normal response to stress. As a disorder, however, anxiety goes beyond feelings of nervousness or anxiousness and, as the American Psychiatric Association (APA) describes it, into “excessive fear.” Growing concerns over the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) can also cause temporary anxiety, which if left untreated, can lead to or worsen the conditions below. 

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