Author: John Anderer
NEW YORK — While erectile dysfunction certainly isn’t a fun topic for most men to discuss, it is generally considered an easily treatable condition that really only affects one aspect of a man’s life. However, a new international study conducted across eight countries finds that erectile dysfunction is associated with problems on the job and an overall decline in quality of life.
The study found that men suffering from erectile dysfunction were more likely to fall behind at work and become less productive. Erectile dysfunction was also linked to greater rates of staying home from work and working while sick. Besides just the workplace, erectile dysfunction was also found to be associated with higher rates of everyday life activity impairment, and lower overall physical and mental quality of life.
More than 52,000 men from Brazil, China, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States were analyzed for the study. All participants were between 40-70 years old and the data was collected between 2015-2016.
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