According the incidence of ED in Thailand in 2008, it was found that Thai men aged between 40-70 years had ED up to 42.18%, higher than the first survey in 2000, which contained 37.5%. This incidence in men worldwide, aged 40-80 years, was between 8-28% or approx. 152 million men (The results of a survey in 1995). It is expected that there will be approx. 322 million impotent men within 2025. Thus, male impotence/ED is an issue that should not be neglected.
Naturally, there are 3 mechanisms of erection.
- When brain is stimulated by any stimuli or when having sexual desire, it will transfer a command to brainstem.
- Then, the command will be passed through the spinal cord down to the center of erection at penis, and then through nerves.
- Nerves will stimulate blood vessels in penis to enlarge. As a result, more blood comes to nourish this part, finally causing erection of penis.
In case of disorders at a certain mechanism, problems of erections will occur, which can cause impotence, e.g., nervous tissue disorders, arterial disorders, and venous disorders.
Impotence, or so-called “Erectile dysfunction (ED),” refers to penis that is unable to erect at all or unable to erect long enough for sexual intercourse. This symptom can occur to men at any age ranges. But it is commonly found more when getting older.
If you are doubting whether or not you are having ED, you can go for in-depth vascular examination with a medical specialist to find out causes of impotence and to receive holistic care/rehabilitation.
At Dr.Trin Wellness, we use BioPeptide Active combined with various types of treatment in accordance with international research guidelines to take care of your penis as a holistis perspective.
BioPeptide Active is a concentrated plasmatic extract that helps penis rehabilitation for better erection and for being usable again. It reduces undesirable symptoms, rehabilitates tissues, and stimulates formation of new vascular branches, because the extracted concentrate plasma contains proteins that promote cell growth or growth factors, e.g., collagen formation protein, vascular formation protein, and muscle repair protein.