In the past it was usually the cause of women needing an excuse to avoid having to make love with a man whose sexual appetite is much more insistent. Recent years have shown that it has become the total opposite of the situation described above and now men have problems with the so called performance anxiety. Other causes of inhibited sexual desire in men are depression, sexual guilt, recreational drugs and fear of intimacy. Sexuality is the area of human health where the mind matters the most and in most cases of sexual dysfunction the main cause is of emotional or mental origin.
Impotence can be primary in rare cases but the secondary cases occur as well and they prohibit completion of a sexual intercourse. In most cases of secondary impotence the causes are emotional and mental factors while all the others may be caused by cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and various other disorders. It has been proven that the impotence does not necessarily come with age. Impotence is usually treated with yohimbine hydrochloride, but it sometimes triggers certain side effects such as nervousness, dizziness and anxiety. Various herbal therapies can be used in the treatment of impotence when used in combination with breathing exercises hydrotherapy and a balanced diet.
Herbal programs can be divided into several categories. Relaxing herbs are used to treat the person whose root causes of impotence are tension, anxiety and poor sleep. The most common relaxing herbs include passion flower, lavender, California poppy, valerian and wild oats. Passion flower is mild and often used with other herbal remedies, while valerian And California poppy usually make for the most effective solution. Aphrodisiacs are herbal remedies that are commonly used for an increase in sexual desire. Ginseng is the most potent herb that can be used to increase sexual vitality and energy.
It is usually used in combination with ginger. Other herbal aphrodisiacs that can be effective include damiana, ginger, turmeric, mira puama and chocolate. Testosterone enhancers are recommended for those who suffers from low levels of testosterone. Those most commonly include sarsaparilla extracts or wild yam.
One can also try using red panax ginsengs because they still may be the best solution for the low levels of testosterone. Herbal stimulants for those who suffer from poor circulation usually include prickly ash bark, ginger, motherwort and turmeric. Adaptogens are recommended for those who are under excessive stress and they include ginseng, eleuthero, schisandra and ashwaganda. Tonics are commonly used when a person is weak and needs vital energy.