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Psychological impotence is not a physical problem. The flood of thoughts, feelings and emotions you experience during sex cause it.
Psychological Impotence is a common performance-anxiety disorder caused by worry and stress. When it strikes, you can be as horny as hell, have a rock-hard erection, when suddenly, wham! All of a sudden your penis is as limp as a wet noodle. The stress of the moment, your past experiences, maybe even your beliefs, take your penis hostage and completely shatter your confidence and your ability to perform.
This sucks, it really sucks!!! But don’t panic, performance anxiety is extremely common. First of all, it can happen to any man at any time. It’s no fun. Most men feel embarrassed and confused when impotence happens. Well, here’s the good news, it really isn’t as bad as it sounds. Furthermore, you are not alone.
Approximately 10% to 20% of the time, psychological factors are at the root of erectile dysfunction. This is called, psychogenic erectile dysfunction. Other common names for it are psychological impotence and mental impotence.
Stress, relationship problems, and psychological factors can impair signals from the brain that trigger the biological response needed for an erection.
Research conducted by Dr. K. Kuruvilla, M.D., F.R.C. and Professor of Psychiatry at PSG Institute of Medical Science, showed that 70% of men treated with guided imagery and sexual re-education overcame psychological impotence.
The Eiffel Power Program™ is developed based upon proven research. The goal of the program is to build up and restore 100% confidence in your sexual ability and to eliminate the problem of performance anxiety. Read more…