Viagra is basically the drug sildenafil, which is most commonly used to enhance the male potency. Usually Viagra is used for men who have difficulty with getting an erection, typically older men. Viagra is also used to make sex more enjoyable and more longer and even more satisfying. Men begin having difficulties getting a rejection when not even blood is flowing to the penis, which is the cause of getting an erection. About 30 million men have been affected in the United States with this disorder already. Every time a man with erectile dysfunction (or ED) attempts to have intercourse, these men find it hard to either get an erection or keep an erection.
This unfortunate disorder is often caused by something physical, like a disease, injury, or even result as side effects for certain drugs. Having erectile dysfunction can also lead depression, worry, or anxiety. It has been proven that certain lifestyle decisions also play the role in causing this disorder. Smoking, drinking, and even stress are certain factors that highly impact blood circulation. However, there are things that you can do that can help improve blood circulation. Being more active and staying active each day is one way of improving blood circulation.
Other ways to improve your blood flow and circulation include managing your weight by eating healthy and to balance portion size with meals, consume less alcohol, quitting smoking which can also improve your health with many other health risks, and avoiding stress. With each drug come with safety information. If you take any drug that contains nitrates, which is commonly used in chest pain medication, guanylate cyclase stimulators (such as Adempas, or riociguat for pulmonary hypertension). This can drastically lower your blood pressure to unsafe levels. If you are allergic to sildenafil, which is found in Viagra and Revatio, do not take this drug. If you experience any chest pain, dizziness, or nausea during sexual activity, seek immediate medical help. Viagra can also experience serious side effects and these include an erection that will not go away, or priapism, sudden vision loss in one eye or both eyes, and sudden hearing loss. Before taking Viagra, tell your health care provider if you have or had heart problems, have had heart surgery within the last 6 months, have pulmonary hypertension, have had a stroke, or have uncontrollable high or low blood pressure.
Also alert your healthcare provider if you have a deformed penis, have h
ad an erection that lasted over 4 hours, have problems with your blood cells, have retinitis pigmentosa, which is a rare eyes disease, has ever had severe vision loss, have bleeding problems, have or had stomach ulcers, have liver problems, have kidney problems, or have any other medical condition. It is also for your healthcare provide to know of any other medicines you are currently taking. Viagra can affect the way other medicines work and other medicines can affect they way that Viagra works so it is important for your healthcare provider to know of any medicines you are taking.