ERECTILE dysfunction treatments, such as Viagra, are set to soar in popularity over the bank holiday weekend. Do you know the causes and symptoms of the common problem, and its meaning?

Erectile dysfunction cures see Bank Holiday boost – but do YOU know the symptoms?

Erectile dysfunction can be a common problem for men, and becomes even more the norm as they age.

A recent study has found that more men are reaching to cures for the problem, such as Viagra, over bank holidays, when the country enjoys more sex overall.

Figures released from Superdrug’s Online Doctor service reveal there was a 20 per cent increase for Erectile Dysfunction (ED) treatments during the late May bank holiday last year and now Britons are gearing up for yet another frisky long weekend.

Indications are that sales for these treatments will soar again in late May.

Erectile dysfunction treatment, like Viagra, soars over Bank Holidays. Do you know the causes and symptoms?

“Erectile dysfunction can occur for a number of reasons both physical and psychological,” Dr Pixie Mckenna, Superdrug Health expert, said.

“Physical causes include high blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol or diabetes however psychological causes such as anxiety, depression and relationship problems can also play a big part.”

Greater social acceptance about ED and breaking down taboos around talking about it will further encourage men to seek treatment.”

It is estimated that half of all men in the UK between the ages of 40 and 70 will suffer with ED to some degree.

Express.co.uk spoke exclusively to Mr Vivek Wadhwa, Consultant Urologist at Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull, about Viagra, exactly what it does, how to use it and it where to get it.

Phosphodiesterase-5 is the type of drug used in Viagra medication.

The NHS says: “Phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE-5) inhibitors are one of the most widely used and effective types of medication for treating erectile dysfunction.

Mr Vivek Wadhwa explained to Express.co.uk exactly how men should be using the drug.

He also revealed that the issue can by a symptom of a much bigger health concerns, such as heart problems.

There are also claims that kegel exercises for men – something women tend to be more aware of – can give them more intense orgasms and improve the strength and longevity of your erections.

They can even cure erectile dysfunction, according to experts.

Seventy five per cent of men who do the exercises reported longer lasting and harder erections, according to Private Gym.

Sales of lubes, toys and condoms already reporting an 8 per cent increase in the lead up to and during the first May bank holiday.

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