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Erectile dysfunction is a condition in which erection that is sufficient for sexual penetration or satisfaction is not attained by a man. It is not the same as loss of sexual appetite, lack of orgasm or premature ejaculation. Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile Dysfunction Men's sexual health problems in Malaysia are on the rise* *published study of erectile dysfunction (ED) prevalence.
Erectile dysfunction may be caused by different psychological problems or medical problems. Stress. Obesity Diabetes Difficulties at home or at work Erectile Dysfunction
A cross-sectional study found that 25 per cent of aged 20 to 29 years and 88 per cent of those above 60 suffered from premature ejaculation and/ or ED. Erectile Dysfunction
Seventy-seven (62%) presented with sexual dysfunction and 48 (38%) without. Marital difficulties, hypertension, diabetes, severity of depression and tricyclic antidepressants were significant risk factors. No association was found with demographic origin, occupation, education or marital status. These results are similar in some aspects to those reported in western studies. * Sexual dysfunction in Saudi depressed male patients 2004, Vol. 8, No. 2 , Pages 101-107 (doi:10.1080/13651500410005685. Erectile Dysfunction
30 % Men between age of 19 and 60 suffer* * some kind of premature ejaculation. Erectile Dysfunction
A prospective office-based study was performed from December 2001 to December 2004 and 1,440 male patients with a clinical diagnosis of ED were enrolled in the study. Patients were interviewed for ED using the IIEF. Erectile Dysfunction
Of 1,440 patients, 84% were sexually active. 11.8% of the total had mild, 38.3% had moderate and 49.9% had severe ED. 11.3% of the patients had low testosterone levels and 9.2% had hyperprolactenemia. Erectile Dysfunction
Target Ailments Diabetes
The number of patients with diabetes has increased by 250 per cent over the past 20 years and is reaching a catastrophic level Diabetes
Diabetes The World Health Organization had forecast a 255 per cent increase in the prevalence of diabetes in Southeast Asia from 47 million people in 2000 to 120 million people by 2030.
"By 2030, seven of the 10 countries with the highest number of diabetics will be in Asia." "There is now scientific evidence that diabetes is increasing at an alarming rate, almost akin to a metabolic catastrophe, especially in Asia," -Professor Datuk Dr Khalid Abdul Kadir Diabetes
The National Health and Morbidity Survey (NHMS)-2006 revealed that the national prevalence of diabetes among senior officers and managers was 15.9 per cent, the second highest after the unemployed (16.1 per cent). Diabetes
The NHMS Study revealed that 14.9 per cent were diabetic, 42.6 per cent were hypertensive, 29.1 per cent were overweight 14.4 per cent were obese. National Health and Morbidity Survey (NHMS)
National Health and Morbidity Survey (NHMS) Housewives ranked third with 14.2 % The technical & associates category 12.1 % Machine operators & assemblers 11.7 % Services and shop workers 10.7 % Professionals 10 %
The growing number of diabetic cases to lack of physical activity and Excess calories accumulation as one ages. Diabetes
"As the population ages, we are going to see more people with diabetes, adding that diabetes, hypertension and obesity seldom killed a person but they contributed to heart diseases.” -Emeritus Prof.Dr Khalid Abdul Kadir Diabetes & Hypertention
Target Ailments Obesity
The high prevalence of obesity, especially among females, is consistent with several studies in Saudi Arabia. The national survey showed an overall prevalence of obesity of 16% among males and 24% among females, with a prevalence of 23% and 30% among males and females respectively in the Eastern Province . Obesity
Obesity A study of 1000 cases of DM in Riyadh showed that 60.8% of female diabetics were obese .. In a case-control study conducted at King Saud University Hospital in Riyadh, the mean BMI for diabetic patients (27.1 ± 12.1 kg/m2) was significantly higher than that for controls (24.7 ± 4.7 kg/m2) .
In a study of 300 diabetic Saudi women in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, 57.0% were found to be obese (BMI ³ 30 kg/m2) . Obesity
Target Ailments Stress & sleep Support
Target Ailments Cardiac support
Target Ailments Joint Pain
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