Cialis - The Most Famous Tadalafil-based Drug
There are a number of drugs on the market today used to treat erectile dysfunction. For a long time, Viagra ruled the erectile dysfunction arena. Today, however, popular as the Viagra brand might be, a lot of men are turning their attention to Cialis, showing a preference for this drug over other male enhancers.
What is Cialis?
The brand version of tadalafil, Cialis is a sexual enhancer for men. Designed to combat erectile dysfunction, the drug first emerged on the market in 2003 after receiving approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
The reasons Cialis is so popular as a male sexual enhancer vary. Some people enjoy its relatively low price while others appreciate its efficacy. The drug is successful in an impressive 78% of all the men that use it, at least for the purposes of combating erectile dysfunction and helping men enjoy their sexual experiences.
The fact that the drug has been successfully tested and proved to deliver notable results to people suffering from a number of medical conditions aside from ED might also play a role in its popularity.
What does Cialis do?
On the whole, Cialis is supposed to considerably improve your sexual performance. If you have never used male sexual enhancers before and you do not know what to expect from this drug, Cialis will perform the following functions:
1.) The drug will allow you to not only achieve erections but to maintain them for longer periods of time.
2.) The drug will help your body deliver harder erections.
3.) With the drug, you can expect to have orgasms of greater frequency and intensity.
4.) The drug will make you last longer in bed.
How it works?
There is nothing magical about the effects of Cialis. Rather, the drug is designed to initiate a number of reactions in the body that lead to harder, more satisfactory erections.
Cialis works as a phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor. In other words, it works to prevent the actions of a chemical known as phosphodiesterase type 5. In this way, it relaxes the blood vessels in the penis, increasing the amount of blood flowing to the sexual organ and, in turn, allowing an erection to manifest.
It should be noted that, as with most male enhancers, Cialis doesn't just give you an erection mechanically, but rather helps your body perform at its best in the natural way. So only by being sexually stimulated, you will experience the effects of this drug.
How to use Cialis?
Cialis is typically consumed orally. And it can either be taken every day or only occasionally when you need it (in other words, just before sexual intercourse). The drug usually delivers results within an hour after it has been taken, and the effects of Cialis consumption can last up to 36 hours, depending on the individual in question.
People who take Cialis daily to fight sexual complications are usually prescribed a lower dose (between 2.5mg and 5mg) than those individuals that only use the drug before engaging in sexual activity.
Whatever your dosage is, you should never take Cialis more than once within any given 24-hour period.
There are certain items that, when consumed, could complicate the work of Cialis in your body:
On the whole, food doesn’t really affect the operations of Cialis (although fatty food can delay the turn-to of the drug). So, you do not have to worry about first eating before using the drug. However, grapefruit (the fruit or the juice) shouldn’t be combined with Cialis. The fruit has the power to debilitate the effects of Cialis in your body.
This drug should never be taken alongside medications that contain nitrates. Whether it is isosorbide mononitrate or nitroglycerin, combining Cialis with nitrates will lower your blood pressure even while increasing your heart rate. So you’ll ran the risk of attracting diseases like angina or even having a heart attack.
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If you are taking high blood pressure medication, then you should only use Cialis in the lowest possible doses.
Do not mix this male enhancer with alcohol. Alcohol can lower blood pressure. Combining alcohol with Cialis could attract unexpected consequences.
Cialis isn’t immune to side effects. Some of the people who have used the drug have complained about indigestion, headaches, muscle aches, nausea, cold sweats and blurred vision to mention but a few. More serious (and rare) side effects include heartburn, constipation, fever, and eye pain.
People with illnesses like angina, stomach ulcers, liver and kidney ailments, and heart disease should probably avoid Cialis.