You are the layman. Unless, of course, you a regular medical practitioner. As a layman, you are generally regarded as a well-adjusted professional. You are also, generally speaking, in reasonably good health. Reasonably good health in the sense that your body and mind is still vulnerable and susceptible to the everyday stressors. And it happens on occasion. Your physical and emotional well-being experiences its proverbial dip in form.
One area in life where this seems to be quite common for the average man is in the area of sexuality or sexual performance. Under a huge amount of stress, the man is simply not able to achieve his erection as would have normally been the case. Furthermore, there will be occasions when he picks up a virus, the flu virus is the common denominator here, and this affects his ability to perform in the usual manner.
And so many women have often complained that he is just simply so tired. Well, that is the usual reason handed down when endeavoring to explain to the lady that he cannot or could not perform to her liking. Now, such dips in form can easily be fixed by the layman. All it takes is a diligent assessment of what may have gone wrong in your current lifestyle. There could be any amount of reasons and you still have the power to make the changes required.
But there are, of course, extreme circumstances which may require the professional input of specialist erectile dysfunction doctors. The layman would be pretty powerless to address his lack of physical and emotional ability if he has fallen foul of heart disease, diabetes, cancer and all other conditions and diseases on similarly serious levels. But not the doctors. They have that power.