Advertisement Section
Header AD Image
Tell others:

Erectile dysfunction (ED), sometimes called impotence, is difficulty getting and keeping an erection. It is prevalent among more than half of men between the ages of 40 and 70, who experience some form of ED.

But how is ED caused?
Causes of ED are neurological and vary from diabetes, alcoholism, poor diet lifestyle, multiple sclerosis, metal poisoning, blood diseases, spinal cord and nerve injuries and damage from pelvic operations. Many sufferers of ED may have one or a complicated combination of these cases. But ED is not exclusive to men. It can also affect women.

What is ED in Women?
Female Sexual Dysfunction or FSD was coined to differentiate ED in men and in many cases, FSD is identified as Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (FSAD), an aspect of women’s sexual health disorder which also includes female ejaculation disorder. Majority of women have never experienced ejaculation all through their active sexual life.

This is where the use of Sexual enhancers is becoming abused. In a bid to increase sexual potency, sexual pleasure, or libido, people are quick to take aphrodisiac and other substances. These substances, legal or illegal, alter the concentrations of specific neurotransmitters or sex hormones in the central nervous system.

Why do people take Sexual enhancers?
The idea of the sexual nature of the He-man and the perceived sexual prowess is often the reason why people take sexual enhancers. Not considering the varied factors that come into play, from one sexual intercourse situation to another, many couples simply expect sexual satisfaction no matter what.

Measured on a stopwatch, it takes an average of 5 to 7 minutes for a man to reach orgasm and ejaculate. This is not a rule, because sometimes the range routes from less than one minute to over half an hour.

At what Age do Men begin to Experience Erectile Dysfunction?
Less than 2% of men with erection problems reported their symptoms first started before the age of 40. Only 4% reported symptoms of ED starting between 40 and 49 years of age. About 1 in 4 said their ED symptoms started between the ages of 50 to 59. Two in five men reported their symptoms started between age 60 and 69.

The use of sexual enhancement pills, like Viagra, hardly increase the risk of heart attack except the user is a high blood pressure patient, or one who takes medications that lower blood pressure. 

At what age should men use Sex Enhancement pills like Viagra?
Pfizer makers of Viagra, has confirmed that 53 year-olds are the typical users of the product. Men who have cardiovascular disorder are more prone to dangerous side effects. Young men who do not have erection problems should not use medications to treat ED.

So, Viagra (sildenafil), Cialis (tadalafil) and similar alternatives cannot be used as recreational drugs. Nonprescription medication, such as delaying wipes, contain de-sensitizing ingredients that help keep people harder for longer.

Is it safe to take 2 ED pills everyday?
No. Sex enhancement pills should not be taken more than once per day. Experts advise to leave out the missed dose and take the next dose at the usual time, because of a higher risk of side effects like dizziness, headaches, blurred vision, low blood pressure and a condition called priapism (an erection lasting more than four hours)

Alternatives to help last longer in bed?
If you find it hard to cross a 2-minute mark, these things may help.
1. Speak to you partner for support.
2. Use desensitizing condoms.
3. Learn and try the pause-squeeze method.
4. Do Kegel or pelvic floor exercises.
5. Slow down. Be less anxious.
6. Change up positions.
7. Spend more time on foreplay.
8. Get enough rest. Rest well and eat good diets.
9. Do early morning exercises
10. Do well to treat STDs
11. Take plenty of water, coffee and Tea
12. Take supplements

Options to Cure ED permanently?
Penile implants – Penile implant is a surgical procedure that places a water-based device into the erection chambers of the penis, which enables you to reliably control exactly when and how long an erection lasts.

But What if a woman takes Sex pills?
In women, Viagra is believed to raise blood flow to the genitals so that there’s more sensitivity and stimulation. It will help them respond better to sexual stimulation.

Warning: Do not take Sex enhancement drugs if …
1. You have a serious heart or liver problem.
2. You have recently had a stroke.
3. You had a heart attack or a have a heart problem – your doctor should carefully check whether your heart can take the additional strain of having sex.
4. You have low blood pressure (hypotension)
5. If you have a rare inherited eye disease, such as retinitis pigmentosa.

About Author

Tell others:
android vs apple Previous post Microsoft sneaks into top spot as iPhone battles weaning demand.
Gold Next post Who owns the gold in Zamfara State?
Enable Notifications OK No thanks