Impotence Can Be A Warning Sign

It’s very natural to experience weaker erections while ageing , but sometimes impotence can be a sign to some other health problem.


High Blood Pressure

An estimated one in three men with high blood pressure has no idea they have it and impotence could be a vital warning sign. As we get older, our arteries become narrower and less elastic, which can force our blood pressure to rise gradually as the heart beats ever harder to get blood around the body. This gives harm the arteries, reducing blood flow to the penis.

Heart Disease

The stress of modern life, with poor diet, lack of exercise, drinking and smoking, can put you at risk of high cholesterol and heart disease, both of which cause narrowing of the arteries, reducing blood flow to the heart and to the penis. So, weak erections can be an early sign of heart trouble. Impotence occurs about three years before a heart problem appears, especially in men in their 40s or 50s. And men with erectile dysfunction are 50 times more likely to have heart problems than men with normal heart function.



Half a million people in UK are believed to have undiagnosed diabetes a disease where the body cannot process the sugar in blood effectively. This can lead to damage to the blood vessels and the nerves, and can cause poor blood flow to the penis, too.

Enlarged Prostate

Prostate problems are common with ageing ,typically these are prostatis, a bacterial infection which causes the gland to become swollen, and an enlarged prostate, which is linked to testosterone. Both can initiate pain, difficulty passing urine and temporary problems with erectile dysfunction.

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