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Friends today I am discussing about a very common problem facing by the patients having diabetes. Most of the patient complaint about sexual weakness having Type 2 diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes and Sexual Health Sexuality issues for both men and women With chronic illness, sex often gets put on the back burner. But sexuality and sexual expression are at the top of the list when it comes to quality of life, no matter what problems a person may face. People with type 2 diabetes are no different. It’s important to recognize and address sexuality issues that affect people with diabetes. Type 2 diabetes can cause sexual complications for both genders, and can also cause gender-specific issues. Sexuality issues for both men and women A common sexuality problem in people with type 2 diabetes is a decrease in libido, or loss of a sex drive. This can be frustrating if someone had a thriving libido and satisfying sex life prior to a type 2 diabetes diagnosis. Causes of a low libido associated with type 2 diabetes include: side effects of medications for high blood pressure or depression extreme fatigue lack of energy depression hormonal changes stress, anxiety, and relationship issues Diabetic neuropathy, a type of nerve damage associated with diabetes, can cause issues. Numbness, pain, or lack of feeling can also occur in the genitals. This can lead to erectile dysfunction. It may also inhibit orgasm or make it difficult to feel sexual stimulation. These side effects can make sex painful or unenjoyable. Communication between partners about sexual issues is important. A lack of communication can impact the sexual and intimate side of a relationship. An illness can make it easy for couples to “check out” of the relationship sexually. Sometimes it may seem easier to avoid talking about this issue rather than seeking a solution. If one partner becomes the primary caregiver of the other, it can also change how each person views the other. It’s easy to get caught up in the roles of “patient” and “caregiver” and let the romance can slip away. Sexuality issues for men The most widely reported problem men face is erectile dysfunction (ED). Some cases of diabetes are first diagnosed when a man seeks treatment for erection dysfunction. Failure to achieve or maintain an erection until ejaculation can be caused by damage to: nerves muscles vascular structures About half of men with diabetes will experience ED at some point. Side effects of certain medications can alter testosterone levels, also causing erectile dysfunction. Other conditions that accompany diabetes can also contribute to ED, including: obesity high blood pressure depression, low self-esteem, and anxiety not enough exercise Retrograde ejaculation is also another sexual issue men may experience as a complication of type 2 diabetes. This is when semen is ejaculated into the bladder instead of out of the penis. It’s caused by your internal sphincter muscles not working property. These muscles are responsible for opening and closing passages in the body. Abnormally high glucose levels can result in nerve damage to the sphincter muscles, causing retrograde ejaculation. Sexuality issues for women For women, the most common sexual issue that comes with type 2 diabetes is vaginal dryness. This can be caused by hormonal changes or from reduced blood flow to the genitals. Women who have diabetes have increased rates of vaginal infections and inflammation, both of which can make sex painful. Nerve damage to the bladder can cause incontinence and make sex embarrassing. Women with diabetes are also more likely to have more frequent urinary tract infections. This can make sex painful and uncomfortable. How to prevent type 2 diabetes from hijacking your sex life Sexual problems that occur with type 2 diabetes can be frustrating, embarrassing, and cause anxiety. You may feel that giving up on sexual expression is easier than finding ways to cope or adjust. Here are some tips you can try to maintain an active sex life despite having type 2 diabetes: Fight low energy and fatigue If low energy and fatigue are a problem, try having sex at a different time of day, when your energy is at its peak. Nighttime may not always be the right time. After a long day, and with the added fatigue that comes with diabetes, the last thing you may have energy for is sex. Try sex in the mornings or afternoons. Experiment to see what works best for you. Use lubricants to overcome dryness Use lubricant liberally to deal with vaginal dryness. Water-based lubricants are best and there is a plethora of brands available. Don’t be afraid to stop during sex to add more lubricant. Improve libido through medication Hormonal replacement therapy can help both men and women with issues such as: decreased libido vaginal dryness erectile dysfunction Ask your doctor if this is a possibility for you. Hormone replacement can come in the form of: Maintain good overall health for a healthy sex life. For people with diabetes, this includes maintaining proper blood sugar levels. Sex is exercise in the sense that is uses energy, so be aware of your glucose levels. If you’re on medications that increase the amount of insulin in your body, hypoglycemia can also occur during sex. Consider checking your blood sugar levels before engaging in sexual activity. Also keep in mind that what’s good for your heart is good for your genitals. Sexual arousal, vaginal lubrication, and erection all have a lot to do with blood flow. Engage in a lifestyle that promotes good heart health and proper blood circulation. This includes participating in regular exercise. This can also have the added benefits of improving your energy level, mood, and body image. Don’t let incontinence be a barrier Many type 2 diabetes patients experience incontinence. Embarrassed? Don’t be. Everyone urinates. If you experience urine leaks and are uncomfortable sharing your body with someone sexually, you should feel free to talk about it. Padding the bed can go a long way to help. Lay down a couple of towels or purchase urine pads from a medical supply company to help ease the situation. Talk about it Discuss sexuality issues with your doctor. Sexual dysfunctions can be an indicator of disease progression or a sign that the disease isn’t under control. Don’t be afraid to discuss sexual side effects of medications. Ask if there are different medications that don’t have the same side effects. Also, feel free to ask about erectile dysfunction drugs. Some men are candidates for ED drugs and some aren’t. Penile pumps may also be an option. Pay close attention to your relationship. Find other ways to express intimacy when desire isn’t at its peak. You can express intimacy that doesn’t involve intercourse with: massages baths cuddling Make time for each other to be a couple that is not focused on caregiving. Have a date night where the topic of diabetes is off limits. Communicate with your partner about your feelings and possible sexual issues that may occur. Consider support groups or counseling to help with the emotional issues associated with illness or sex. Homoeopathic medicines Agnus Castus: Homeopathic medicine Agnus Castus is used in cases where there is complete inability to attain penile erection during the sexual act. Homeopathic medicine Agnus Castus can be used in cases of erectile dysfunction and sexual weakness where the male has a mental aversion to indulge in sex, along with decreased physical strength. Caladium: Homeopathic medicine Caladium is of great help for treatment of erectile dysfunction when the male is unable to have an erection despite having a sexual desire or urge. Lycopodium: Homeopathic medicine Lycopodium is of great help for both young people and elderly people suffering from erectile dysfunction. Tribulus Terrestris: The main indication for using Homeopathic medicine Tribulus Terrestris is the presence of urinary troubles along with erectile Dysfunction. Nuphar Luteum: Homeopathic medicine Nuphar Luteum can be beneficial for all those males with erectile Dysfunction in whom the desire to indulge in sexual activity is totally absent. There is no sexual desire with relaxed genitalia.Dr. Rajesh Gupta11 Likes19 Answers
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DIABETIC NEUROPATHIES. Diabetic neuropathies are a family of nerve disorders caused by diabetes. WHAT CAUSES DIABETIC NEUROPATHY. Nerve damage is likely due to a combination of factors. 1.METABOLIC FACTORS. : hyperglycemia, long duration of diabetes, abnormal blood fat levels and low levels of insulin. 2.NEUROVASCULAR FACTORS : Neurovascular factors leading to damage of blood vessels that carry oxygen and nutrients to nerves. 3.AUTOIMMUNE FACTORS : Causes inflammation of nerves. 4.MECHANICAL FACTORS : Injury to nerves as in carpel tunnel syndrome. 5.INHERITED TRAITS : That increase susceptibility to nerve disease. 6.LIFESTYLE FACTORS : Smoking, alcohol. SYMPTOMS. Symptoms depends on the type of neuropathy and which nerves are affected.Symptoms involve sensory,motor and autonomic nervous system. 1.Tingling, numbness or pain in the toes,feet,legs,hands,arms and fingers. 2.Wasting of muscles of hand or feet. 3.Indigestion, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea,c constipation. 4. Dizziness or fainting due to a drop in blood pressure after standing or sitting up. 5.Problems with urination. 6.Erectile dysfunction. 7.Weakness. TYPES OF NEUROPATHY. Diabetic neuropathy can be classified as 1.Peripheral neuropathy. 2.Autonomic neuropathy. 3.Proximal neuropathy. 4.Focal neuropathy. PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY. Peripheral neuropathy,also called distal symmetric neuropathy or sensorimotor neuropathy ,is nerve damage in arms and legs.Symptoms are *Numbness or insensitivity to pain or temperature. *A tingling,burning or prickling sensation. *Sharp pains or cramps. *Extreme Sensitivity to touch. *Loss of balance and coordination. Peripheral neuropathy also causes muscle weakness and loss of refle guyxes.Blisters and sites may appear on the numb areas of the foot because pressure or injury goes unnoticed.I f an infection occurs and is not treated promptly,the infection may spread to the bone and the foot may need amputation.Many amputations can be prevented if minor problems are treated in time. AUTONOMIC NEUROPATHY. Autonomic neuropathy affects the nerves that control the heart,blood pressure and blood glucose levels.Autonomic neuropathy also affects internal organs causing problems with digestion,respiration. urination,sexual response and vision. 1.HYPOGLYCEMIA UNAWARENESS. Normally,symptoms such as shakiness,sweating and palpitations occurs when the blood glucose levels drop below <<70 mg/dl.In people with autonomic neuropathy,symptoms may not occur making hypoglycemia to be recognized. 2.HEART & BLOOD VESSELS. Damage to the nerves in the cardiovascular system interferes with the body's ability to adjust blood pressure and heart rate. Due to this,blood pressuremay drop sharply after standing or sitting,causing a person to feel light headed or faint. Damage to nerves that control heart rate makes the heart rate to stay high , instead of rising and falling in response to normal body functions and physical activity. 3.DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Nerve damage to the digestive system most commonly causes constipation. Damage can also cause the stomach to empty slowly,a condition called GASTROPARESIS. Gastroparesis can lead to persistent nausea and vomiting,bloating and loss of appetite. Gastroparesis also makes blood glucose levels to fluctuate widely ,due to abnormal food digestion. Nerve damage to the OESOPHAGUS MAKES SWALLOWING DIFFICULT. Nerve damage to bowels can cause constipation alternating with uncontrolled diarrhea, 3.URINARY TRACT & SEX ORGANS. Autonomic neuropathy often affects the organs that control urination and sexual functions. Nerve damage can prevent the bladder from emptying completely , allowing the bacteria to grow in bladder and kidneys causing urinary tract infections. When the nerves of the bladder are damaged,urinary incontinence may result because a person may not be able to sense when the bladder is full or control the muscles that release urine. Autonomic neuropathy also leads to decreased sexual response in men and women. A man may have erectile dysfunction or may reach sexual climax without ejaculating normally. A woman may have difficulty in arousal,lubrication or orgasm. 5.SWEAT GLANDS. Nerve damage may cause improper working of sweat glands.It can also result in profuse sweating at night or while eating. 6.EYES. Due to autonomic neuropathy,pupils become less responsive to changes in light.A s a result,a person may not be able to see well when light is turned on In a dark room or have trouble driving at night. PROXIMAL NEUROPATHY. Proximal neuropathy//lumbosacral plexus neuropathy //femoral neuropathy //diabetic amyotrophy causes pain in the thighs,buttocks,hips or legs,usually on one side of the body. FOCAL NEUROPATHY. Focal neuropathy appears suddenly and affects specific nerves,most often in the head,torso or leg. Focal neuropathy is painful and unpredictable.and occurs most often in older adults with diabetes. However,it tends to improve itself over weeks or months and does not cause long term damage. Focal neuropathy can cause *Inability to focus the eye. *Diplopia. *Aching behind the eye. *Bell's palsy. *Severe pain in the lower back and pelvis. *Pain in the front of the thigh. *Pain in the chest and stomach. *Pain on the outside of the shin or inside of the foot. *Chest pain and abdominal pain is mistaken for heart attack or appendicitis. CAN DIABETIC NEUROPATHIES BE PREVENTED. THE BEST WAY TO PREVENT NEUROPATHY IS TO KEEP BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS AS CLOSE TO THE NORMAL RANGE AS POSSIBLE.MAINTAINING SAFE BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS PROTECTS NERVES THROUGH OUT THE BODY.Dr. Suvarchala Pratap16 Likes25 Answers
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Friends today I am discussing about Hyperglycemia, Diabetes. TYPE 2 DIABETES SYMPTOMS According to the American Diabetes Association, in patients with type 2 diabetes, hyperglycemia (high blood glucose) typically develops gradually and, at earlier stages, is often not severe enough for you to notice any classic symptoms. This may be why many people are undiagnosed for many years, but being able to recognize the symptoms of high blood sugar can help you to diagnose diabetes, manage it better, and prevent an emergency. For those people already diagnosed with diabetes, having a blood sugar that is sporadically higher than usual doesn't necessarily put you in immediate danger. However, chronically elevated blood sugar may be problematic. Over time, blood sugar levels that are too high can affect the small and big vessels of the body, leading to complications of the eyes, heart, kidneys, and feet. hyperglycemia symptoms Frequent Symptoms Experiencing common hyperglycemia symptoms may be a diabetes warning sign for those who have not yet been diagnosed. If you know you have diabetes, noting these symptoms may be an indication that a tweak in your treatment plan is needed. Excessive Thirst (Polydipsia) In an effort to restore blood sugar balance, your body tries to get rid of excess sugar through urine. As a result, the kidneys are forced to work overtime absorbing excess sugar. But, because they are unable to keep up with the glucose load, they pull fluids from your tissues along with the excess sugar. The more fluid you lose, the stronger your urge is to drink. If you find that you can continuously drink and not feel as though your thirst is quenched, or that you have a severely dry mouth, this may be a sign of hyperglycemia. Increased Hunger (Polyphagia) Excess sugar in your bloodstream means that your body is unable to utilize it for fuel. Hence, your cells become starved for energy and you feel extra hungry and, in extreme cases, unsatiable. But the more carbohydrates you consume, the higher the blood sugars rise. Increased Urination (Polyuria) More frequent trips to the bathroom, especially at night, can be a sign of high blood sugar. This is a result of the kidneys drawing extra water out of your tissues to dilute the extra sugar in your blood and get rid of it through the urine. Blurry Vision High sugar levels force the body to pull fluid from your tissues, including the lenses of your eyes, which can affect your ability to focus and result in blurry vision. Fatigue When sugar remains in the blood as opposed to being taken to the cells for energy, your cells become starved of food, leaving you to feel sluggish or fatigued. This can commonly happen after you've eaten a meal, particularly one that is rich in carbohydrates. Severe Symptoms These particular symptoms tend to occur when someone has had hyperglycemia for a long time, or when the blood sugar is extremely elevated. They usually indicate an emergency. Stomach Pain Chronic hyperglycemia can result in nerve damage to the stomach (gastroparesis). Stomach pain can also be a sign of diabetic ketoacidosis, a medical emergency that needs to be treated right away. Weight Loss Unintentional weight loss is an important sign, particularly in kids who are drinking and urinating often, that the blood sugars are elevated. Many children who are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes lose weight prior to diagnosis. This usually occurs because the body is not able to use the sugar in the bloodstream for fuel. Mouth and Breathing Changes Nausea, vomiting, fruity breath, deep and rapid breathing, and loss of consciousness are indications that you need to seek emergency help. These symptoms can be warning signs of other diabetes-related conditions that can result in death if not treated immediately. Rare Symptoms Some more rare symptoms can occur in people with hyperglycemia, too. Numbness Nerve damage in the extremities (known as peripheral neuropathy) occurs over time and can present as numbness, tingling, or pain in the hands, feet, or legs. Skin Conditions Dry/itchy skin, wounds or cuts that are slow to heal, and acanthosis nigricans (thick, velvety patches found in the folds or creases of areas like the neck, indicative of insulin resistance) can be an indication of hyperglycemia. Frequent Yeast Infections and Erectile Dysfunction These are manifestations that affect women and men, respectively. Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar Nonketotic Syndrome Hyperglycemic hyperosmolar nonketotic coma (HHNKC) is an extremely serious complication which can happen in those with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, but most often occurs in those who are non-insulin dependent (type 2 diabetes). HHNKC is characterized by a dangerously high blood sugar that is over 600 mg/dL and is typically brought on either by an infection such as pneumonia, a urinary tract infection, or inability to effectively manage your blood sugar. If left untreated, it can result in coma and even death. Signs and symptoms include: extreme thirst confusion fever (usually over 101 degrees Fahrenheit) weakness or paralysis on one side of the body The best way to prevent HHNKC is to take your medications as directed and to keep in contact with your healthcare team when your blood sugar is consistently over 300 mg/dL. Diabetic Ketoacidosis Hyperglycemia can lead to another very dangerous condition referred to as diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), which occurs most commonly in people who have type 1 diabetes and is often the condition that leads to the diagnosis of type 1 diabetes. DKA is caused when the body has little or no insulin to use and, as a result, blood sugars rise to dangerous levels and the blood becomes acidic. Cell damage can occur and if it continues to progress, it can cause coma or death. DKA needs immediate medical intervention—patients with DKA will need to be monitored by a medical professional and given intravenous fluids, electrolytes, and insulin. Complications Frequent and long-standing hyperglycemia can lead to a host of complications known as micro (small) and macro (large) vascular issues. They include damage to the: eye (retinopathy) kidney (nephropathy) peripheral and autonomic neuropathy (nerve loss in the feet and other areas of the body such as the intestine) Additionally, chronically elevated blood sugars can cause or exacerbate heart disease and peripheral arterial disease. During Pregnancy Hyperglycemia in pregnancy can be particularly damaging to the fetus and the mother. According to the American Diabetes Association, uncontrolled diabetes in pregnancy can pose risks such as spontaneous abortion, fetal anomalies, preeclampsia (uncontrolled blood pressure in mother), fetal demise, macrosomia (large baby), hypoglycemia in babies at birth, and neonatal hyperbilirubinemia, among others. In addition, diabetes in pregnancy may increase the risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes in offspring later in life. In Children Hyperglycemia in children, especially when undiagnosed, can lead to the development of type 2 diabetes or ketoacidosis in those children who have type 1 diabetes. Those children with diabetes who have chronically elevated glucose levels are at increased risk for developing diabetes complications. When to See a Doctor If you don't feel like your usual self and think your blood sugar is elevated, test it to confirm. If your blood sugar happens to be elevated and it's an isolated event, odds are that you can probably get it back to normal on your own. Go for a walk or do some light exercise, drink extra water, and take your medicine as prescribed. On the other hand, if you are experiencing elevated blood sugars for several consecutive days, give your medical team a call, as you may need to tweak your treatment plan. If you don't have diabetes and notice any of these signs or symptoms, and are overweight or obese or have a family history of diabetes, you should schedule an appointment with your doctor to be screened. Microvascular complications of diabetes can occur prior to diagnosis, so the sooner you receive treatment, the better. For Parents of Children Without Diabetes If you've noticed that your child is drinking, eating, and urinating more often than usual, a trip to the doctor is a good idea, especially if you've seen a quick change in weight. If the symptoms appear to be more severe and resemble those of DKA (refer above), go to the emergency room right away. For Parents of Children With Diabetes If your child is presenting with hyperglycemia symptoms and their blood sugar is greater than 240 mg/dL, you should test them for ketones. Upon a positive test, call your medical team for guidance on what to do next or refer to your sick day plan. Depending on the severity of the ketones, you may be advised to go to the emergency room. Homeopathic remedies marketed to treat the symptoms of diabetes or prevent complications include: Syzygium jambolanum or S. cumini (black plum) is said to help treat thirst, weakness, skin ulcers, and excessive urination. Uranium nitricum is marketed to treat excessive urination, nausea, swelling, and burning with urination. Conium (hemlock) is purported to treat numbness in the feet and hands as well as diabetic neuropathy (nerve damage). Plumbum (lead) is said to help with numbness in the hands and feet, nerve pain, and tinnitus. Calendula (marigold) is said to treat infected ulcers. Phosphoric acid is promoted to treat impaired memory, confusion or heavy head, frequent urination at night, hair loss, and difficulty maintaining an erection. Candida (yeast) is said to treat yeast infections.Dr. Rajesh Gupta8 Likes10 Answers
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Friends today I am discussing about a very common problem known as #Erectile Dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction refers to the situation when a man has difficulty in getting a firm erection or an erection, which is required to achieve sexual penetration. Several cases of erectile dysfunction can cause impotency in a man. Causes: A problem in the blood flow, proper hormone secretion and nervous supply in the body may cause erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction also happens due to vascular causes along with neurological causes. Arthrosclerosis is a disease which often leads to erectile dysfunction. This disease is commonly caused because of smoking and diabetes. The arteries to the penis become narrow and clogged and erectile dysfunction occurs. Neuropathy caused due to diabetes, known as diabetic neuropathy, is a primary neurological cause of erectile dysfunction. Nerve damage on account of surgery around the pelvis area may also lead to erectile dysfunction. High blood pressure or hypertension damages arteries all over the vascular system. Blood flow is impaired and proper erection is prohibited, which signifies erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction also happens due to physical causes such as: High cholesterol and obesity Parkinson's disease and multiple cases of sclerosis Smoking, excessive alcohol consumption and substance abuse Disorder in anatomy or structure of the penis Surgical complications Several prescribed medicines may also lead to erectile dysfunction because of reactions and side effects. Erectile dysfunction may also result due to several psychological causes: Depression makes a person uninterested in sex due to lower libido and may cause erectile dysfunction. Do you experience any sexual health issues - premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction? (your response is private and anonymous) A large amount of stress, fear, tension or anxiety may also lead to erectile dysfunction. Many men suffer from performance anxiety and feelings of sexual failure. This may result in erectile dysfunction. Poor communication with a partner or pressure from partner regarding sex may also cause erectile dysfunction. Homeopathic Remedies For Impotency (erectile dysfunction): Agnus Castus: Homeopathic medicine Agnus Castus is used in cases where there is complete inability to attain penile erection during the sexual act. Homeopathic medicine Agnus Castus can be used in cases of erectile dysfunction and sexual weakness where the male has a mental aversion to indulge in sex, along with decreased physical strength. Caladium: Homeopathic medicine Caladium is of great help for treatment of erectile dysfunction when the male is unable to have an erection despite having a sexual desire or urge. Lycopodium: Homeopathic medicine Lycopodium is of great help for both young people and elderly people suffering from erectile dysfunction. Tribulus Terrestris: The main indication for using Homeopathic medicine Tribulus Terrestris is the presence of urinary troubles along with erectile Dysfunction. Nuphar Luteum: Homeopathic medicine Nuphar Luteum can be beneficial for all those males with erectile Dysfunction in whom the desire to indulge in sexual activity is totally absent. There is no sexual desire with relaxed genitalia. Erectile dysfunction affects the self-esteem and confidence of a man as he is unable to have sex. Necessary measures should be taken to cure erectile dysfunction. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Homeopathic. Stress is one of the most common and strong barriers to sex. Far too many people suffer from sexual problems caused by worry, tension, and exhaustion of stressful life - and yet unaware of it. If you want to perform your best, then never try too hard. Sex should happen by itself. Never force it upon you. Stay relaxed. Keep anxiety out of your body's way, for, any trace of anxiety, tension, fear, worry, distraction etc. can burst the sexual arousal - like a tiny pin prick blowing up a huge balloon. "When your body is wracked with stress, tension and anxiety, and your mind wracked with worry and distractions, sweet sex is nearly impossible." Three-way effect: Stress affects you physically, physiologically and mentally. During stress, blood vessels supplying blood to the penis don’t dilate fully and the sphincter that serves to stop the blood flowing back into the body fails to constrict adequately, both contributing to poor erections. Failed erections cause additional stress. And stress causes more erection problem. And a pattern of failure thus gets established. In no time, you are conditioned to get an erectile failure every time you attempt sex. That's how stress operates on your bodily responses. Stress disrupts the hormones as well. With stress, the testosterone levels fall, as do the levels of FSH which promotes sperm production. To add fuel to the fire, cortisol, the main stress hormone makes the testes less responsive to a hormone called LH, which tells the testes to produce testosterone. At an emotional level, stress can lead to anxiety, depression, anger, guilt or a combination of them. Each one of them is a powerful enemy to sex. Together they are an unbeatable combination. The underlying power behind all these reactions is the mind. Reconditioning the brain is the key element in reversing it. Here is what you can do: 1. Sometimes, simply recognizing that it is the stress that's causing the sexual problems is enough to bring about recovery. 2. Share your anxiety with your partner; Don’t try to hide. Sharing the tension, anxiety and worry will relieve you of the burden and guilt. You will be even more at ease when reassurance is coming from the other side. This paves way for speedy recovery. 3. Remember that very often, even the most complex problems have simple causes and simple solutions. Don’t be too Google-dependent. Google undoubtedly is a powerful search tool but you often do not know which information is right and which is wrong or which explains your situation the best. 4. Don’t hesitate to seek professional help even in small matters. The experience and training of a therapist are what helps you most. Most sexual problems at a younger age do not need elaborate tests. Often simple prescriptions will help quick restoration. 5. Exercise regularly. It boosts confidence, improves hormone levels, increases blood circulation, and enhances self-image. A good self-image is equal to good sex. 6. Get enough sleep. Don’t try sex at the end of the day, when you are down with fatigue and exhaustion. Instead, begin your day with sex (Sex early in the morning is a good one). 7. Take nutritional supplements such as Energex to boost energy and libido. 8. Bust the stress through, meditation, yoga, progressive relaxation, laughter football, etc.Dr. Rajesh Gupta6 Likes10 Answers
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Friends today I am discussing about a major problems which are Diabetes, Sexual, & Bladder Problems. Sexual problems and bladder problems are common as people age, but diabetes can make these problems worse. You or your partner may have trouble having or enjoying sex. Or, you may leak urine or have trouble emptying your bladder normally. Blood vessels and nerves can be damaged by the effects of high blood glucose, also called blood sugar. This damage can lead to sexual and bladder problems. Keeping your blood glucose levels in your target range is an important way to prevent damage to your blood vessels and nerves. Work with your health care team to help prevent or treat sexual and bladder problems. These problems may be signs that you need to manage your diabetes in a different way. Remember, a healthy sex life and a healthy bladder can improve your quality of life, so take action now if you have concerns. A couple embraces on park bench. Sexual and bladder problems may be signs that you need to manage your diabetes in a different way. Can sexual and bladder problems be symptoms of diabetes? Yes. Changes in sexual function or bladder habits may be a sign that you have diabetes. Nerve damage caused by diabetes, also called diabetic neuropathy, can damage parts of your body—like your genitals or urinary tract. For example, men with diabetes may develop erectile dysfunction (ED) 10 to 15 years earlier than men without diabetes. Homoeopathic medicines Agnus castus, Lyco, Dimana and Tribulus can be given.Dr. Rajesh Gupta5 Likes9 Answers