Amethyst Therapy

Linda Creamer PG Dip, DCH, MBACP/COSRT member
07794 647 442

Erectile Dysfunction

What is Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to get or maintain an erection that is sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. ED is also known as impotence.


Linda has a vast amount of experience, and has helped many single men and couples to overcome their Erectile Dysfunction, so don’t suffer in silence call Linda today.

After obtaining information regarding the history of your problem, Linda will consider the cause and offer an appropriate treatment plan. The treatment plan may include;

homework tasks
talk therapy communicating openly about sex
hypnotherapy and relaxation techniques
consulting with your GP if a physical problem also exists
consideration of other resources eg. Penis pump where necessary

Linda can also provide you with some practical advice about sex, such as foreplay techniques, and how to make effective use of other treatments for ED in order to improve your sex life.

How common is erectile dysfunction?

ED is a very common condition, particularly in older men. It is estimated that half of all men between 40 and 70 years of age will experience ED at least once.

ED can have a range of causes, both physical and psychological. Possible physical causes include:

heart disease • diabetes • high blood pressure • hormonal problems

Possible psychological causes of ED include:

stress • anxiety • depression • relationship problems


Sometimes, erectile dysfunction (ED) only occurs in certain situations.

For example, you may be able to obtain an erection during masturbation, or you may find that you sometimes wake up with an erection. However, you may be unable to obtain an erection when you are with your sexual partner.

In these circumstances, it is likely that the underlying cause of ED is primarily psychological. However, if you are unable to obtain an erection under any circumstances, it is likely that the underlying cause is primarily physical.

ED can often have both physical and psychological causes. For example, if you have diabetes, it may be difficult for you to get an erection, which may cause you to become anxious about the situation. The combination of diabetes and anxiety may lead to an episode of ED.

Other causes of erectile dysfunction

Other possible causes of ED include:

obesity • smoking • alcohol • tiredness • using recreational drugs

Call Linda on 0779 4647442 to ask any further questions or to book an appointment. You can also contact us via e-mail and request a call back using the contact page.

*Disclaimer: The results of these services and therapies may vary from person to person.