Chinese and Korean men can suffer from erectile difficulty and depression, and the Chinese government is working to combat the problem, according to new research.
In a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, researchers from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFC) found that the Chinese population has the highest rate of erectile dysfunctions in the world.
In the study, researchers recruited 5,000 men from various ethnic groups to take part in an Internet survey.
The participants were asked how many erectile problems they experienced, their level of depression and their sexual satisfaction.
The researchers found that Chinese men who have an erectile problem have a more severe depression than their counterparts in other countries.
Chinese men also had the highest prevalence of erections that are too short or not deep.
A common cause of erect dysfunction in Chinese men is a condition known as jelqings.
Researchers found that those with jelqs have a higher prevalence of premature ejaculation, as well as premature ejaculatory dysfunction.
According to the researchers, these factors are common among Chinese men and are the reason why the Chinese have a high prevalence of jelquings.
According the study authors, the prevalence of these factors is highest among those in their twenties and thirties.
Researchers from the NHFC said that their results suggest that jelques are a risk factor for premature ejaculations in Chinese.
Dr. Zhang Xin, director of the Department of Family Planning and Women’s Health at the NHFPC, told The Verge that they plan to continue working with the NHFFC to develop a more comprehensive assessment of the prevalence and causes of premature erections in Chinese women.
This study was funded by the NIH and the NHFLC.