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Mental Health and ED


Mental health and ED are common disorders for men, and they’re related. But not how you think.

Reviewed by Young Jo, M.D. , | Psychiatry, | Psychiatry

The Basics
Living with Mental Health Conditions and ED

The Basics

The Facts About Mental Health and ED

ED often impacts your mental health, which exacerbates symptoms, creating a vicious cycle.

Mental health issues can deliver a double whammy to erectile function, so weigh your options.

Penile dysmorphic disorder is real, and so are its potential effects on your sex life.

Get out of your own head and back into the bedroom by making positive changes in your life.


Treatment of Mental Health Conditions and ED

Given the connection between mental health and ED, it's no surprise treating one treats both.

Therapy designed specifically for sexual function bridges patients' mental and physical issues.

Depression and anxiety can cause ED, and vice versa, so tackling mental obstacles is vital.

Mental and emotional issues can be as much of a struggle in the bedroom as outside of it.

Living with Mental Health Conditions and ED

Living With Mental Health Conditions and ED

Erectile dysfunction can affect your emotions and mental state, but you can deal with it.

Mental struggles can impact your bedroom performance. Here's how to get out of your head.

Everyone gets overwhelmed sometimes, but chronic stress can be a literal downer for guys.

Treating one condition can often help with the other—if you're willing to talk about them.