Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Impotence and Men's Health

Impotence or Erectile Dysfunction happens to most men occasionally and for a variety of reasons. If it is just a few times then it should not be worried upon but if it is frequent or enough to bring you worry and stress then you need to look into just what is causing it. It is interesting to note that most men and even doctors (is it because they are male?) believe that most impotence causes stem from the psychological aspects or lifestyle aspects of a man's life. But it is also interesting to note that 60% of the men that do go to their doctor with impotence problems end up being diagnosed with diabetes. It is also interesting to note that 80% of men with impotence problems have a physical reason for having them. So my recommendation is that if you are having a problem with impotence that is causing you concern at least go to your doctor to get the physical reasons out of the way.
If you want to cure impotence you don't need drugs, you can get a hard erection by taking the enclosed herbs and not only do they get you a harder erection, these herbs will do something which drugs simply cannot do and that's increase your libido at the same time - lets take a look at how they work. Many men get frustrated when they take drugs because there is no increase in sex drive and they need manual stimulation of the penis to get hard. Herbs on the other hand, increase your libido so you benefit from the complete sexual experience. Firstly to get a hard erection, you need to have high levels of nitric oxide produced in the body and the reason for this is simple - no erection can take place if levels are too low. Nitric oxide performs the vital function of opening up the blood vessels which lead into the penis, so they are wide enough to take the increased amount of blood in, to stiffen the penis.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Blue pill - Viagra

The blue pill Viagra since it first came out has enjoyed extreme popularity with men and their impotence problems. I would have to say that it is because it works! It is easy too, all you have to do is take this little blue pill and put it into your mouth and swallow. It is of course best not to swallow it with alcohol. But you swallow this pill one hour before you think you are going to be having intercourse. You should know that the Viagra pill will last in your system for about four hours, but it has a peak time and then after that the effectiveness of it wears off. This just means that you need to be aware of the timing of ingesting the pill. So just what does Viagra do? Well to be honest the first thing it does is to give you confidence. You have taken something that you know will aid your erections strength and thus your mind is already on a high of positivity. It also helps by relaxing the blood vessels in the penis so that blood can rush in and fill it. The erection is the result of this rushing in of blood. A myth that is around about Viagra is that it causes erections. This is not true. You must have sexual libido arousal to begin with. This means that something has to get you excited to start the process.
Viagra is a drug that can help most types of erectile dysfunction and impotence. It is best taken in an environment of no alcohol and not huge meal just eaten. It is also a drug that you can only get through a prescription so make sure that your doctor knows your medical history. Some side effects are that men's blood pressure may drop or they may get angina pain. If you are on medicine for any chronic illness, your doctor will know what you can take and what you can not. Know that your doctor is not trying to put a kibbutz on your good time for you if he refuses to prescribe it. If you have kidney disease, liver or heart problems he may just say no. It is supplied in 25mg, 50mg and 100mg doses and most likely will you be started on the lowest dose and work up if it is not effective. Any side effects you get and are concerned about you should contact your doctor. It never helps to be safe than sorry. Some of the following side effects you may experience: headaches, tummy aches, vision change, flushing of your face and even a runny nose.