Porn Induced Erectile Dysfunction
The term porn induced erectile dysfunction is a relatively new concept that was coined to describe a growing problem that has become ever more prevalent among men in today's world of the Internet, and the ready accessibility to pornographic material.
Back in the days before the Internet, porn was very hard to come by without obtaining it by effort, and if you were motivated enough to satisfy your curiosity, you had to pluck up the courage and endure the embarassment of buying a top shelf magazine in your local shop, lingering around for a chance to buy it when everyone else in the shop has left so you don't have to endure the embarassment (or disapproval/shame) of your purchase frowned upon you by the people behind you in the queue able to see what you're buying. Even the guy behind the counter gives you a funny look. Either that or you had to find a back-street seedy basement in Soho to purchase some videos. All this was a part of the high, described below, associated with watching porn. The high that is accompanied by a racing heartbeat, nerves, and excitement.
Today, surfing the web, porn practically comes to you, and it is hard not to avoid it, and when natural curiosity and tendencies take hold, it is not difficult to be led deeper into a world that can potentially become addictive and harmful.
The harmful effects and problems can range from social isolation, problems forming real world relationships, intimacy problems, and of course porn induced erectile dysfunction. The objectification of real humans into objects purely for smutty gratification and titillation, and the masking and divergence of the fact that they are humans with moral and human values, with thoughts and feelings, can also lead some people down a darker path. Pornography has been thought a catalyst and trigger for many smutty crimes. Though contested not to be a cause, to the people that are susceptible, it has been thought pornography has acted as a catalyst for their subsequent actions and crimes of smutty nature.
The problem of porn induced erectile dysfunction is also a masturbation problem. Upon viewing porn, the normal response is one of passionate excitement, with the release of chemicals triggered by passionate excitement, pathtechniques are created that associate the material with this mini-high. Viewing porn results in a faster heartbeat, passionate excitement, an stiffy and the need to masturbate to relieve the excitement that has been caused. This is the normal response when experiencing or viewing porn and it is noticeably much more intense during the first few encounters with pornography and the intensity of this mini-high gradually reduces the more porn you are exposed to, until eventually overindulgence of porn leads to porn having no effect on arousal or passionate response. This is porn induced erectile dysfunction.
The reward of this mini-high, actually becomes addictive, and like all addictions, in time more is needed to achieve the same high, and overindulgence ultimately results in an immunity and inability to feel the old highs or any high at all, but rather all the new injections accumulates into a cesspit which churns out a dirty and polluted low.
Before Internet porn, pornographic material was hard to come by, and seldom encountered, without effort. The emergence of the readily available porn today is thought has resulted in a rise of young men reporting symptoms of erectile dysfunction, where having consumed too much porn, they no longer feel sexually aroused when viewing it and find it hard to get pennis tents, which shouldn't be occuring in men in their teens and twenties.
These men have overindulged in porn based masturbation, and increasingly find they have to delve deeper into different genres of porn in an attempt to find new avenues of fresh stimulation and carnal delectation.
From overindulging in the material they have become accustomed to only getting aroused from looking at pornographic material and it has become a prequisite tool for masturbation. These same men now find that in the presence of a real person they are unable to feel aroused and to get woodies, because the overindulgence in porn has isolated and diverged them away from the natural and normal wanton responses that men feel when experiencing wanton excitement.
If erectile dysfunction symptoms occur among young men in their teens and twenties, it is unlikely to be physiological problems at this age, and if they have masturbated to a lot of Internet porn, the problem is more likely to be psychological, where they have overindulged in their responses to raunchy excitement and subsequent buzz, and no longer experience the old racing heartbeat and rock hard stiffies that was associated with viewing sexually explicit material.
If the problem is not physiological, there have been quite a lot of men, who have had the same problem, reporting that abstinence from porn and masturbation, slowly brings back a normal libido, lovemaking drive, and improvement in hot rods. Typically, by refraining from porn and masturbation for a period of several weeks should bring back a normal libido. If a picture of a woman in a bikini or short skirt is enough to cause a passionate response and movement down below, would be considered a more normal passionate response than only being able to achieve this by viewing explicit hardcore pornography.