Sexual dysfunction can pose public health problems, as it is related to public health issues and affects people’s happiness and general well-being.
According to the National Health and Social Life Survey:
- The prevalence of sexual dysfunction was found to be higher among women than men.
- Lack of sexual desire is the most common problem among women
- For men, the most common sexual problem is premature ejaculation, not erectile dysfunction.
- Sexual problems increase with age, but sex-related personal distress decreases.