Erectile dysfunction (ED) is pretty common among men with almost half of men between the ages 40 to 70 have some kind of erectile problems. The Journal of the American Medical Association reported that
7 percent of men aged 18 to 29 and 9 percent of men aged 30 to 39 have problems to achieve orgasm. After taking an ED drugs, 70 percent of healthy men have reported in achieving an erection sufficient for intercourse.
Guest post by Jennifer Lia.
How Do Erectile Dysfunction Medicines Or Drugs Work?
Erectile dysfunction medicines or drugs such as Viagra, Levitra, Cenforce 100mg, Stendra, Cialis, Kamagra 100mg, etc., work by relaxing the tight blood vessels in the penis. This allows more blood to enter the penis which results in an erection. These pills are effective to more than two-thirds of men with erectile dysfunction (ED). ED drugs also reduce the recovery period between sexual intercourses. It is extremely helpful for men who are suffering from premature ejaculation.
Do Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Drugs Have Side Effects?
Every drug has side effects. Viagra, Levitra, Cenforce 100mg, Stendra, Cialis, Kamagra 100mg, etc., might cause headaches, dizziness, indigestion or a runny nose. However, most men have reported that they hardly experienced any side effects, and even if they did, they didn’t mind them. If you want to reduce the risk of potential side effects, start initially with a small dose. Up your dosage slowly if it works.
If you’ve erectile dysfunction, at best you might have a nasal congestion, says Dr. Harry Fisch of Weill Cornell Medical College and New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Meanwhile, don’t worry you’ll get addicted or dependent on ED drugs. Most erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs aren’t addictive or cause dependencies, according to Dr. Michael Eisenberg of Stanford University.
Which Erectile Dysfunction Drug Comes With The Least Side Effects?
Sildenafil or commonly known as Viagra is prescribed by most doctors to men suffering from erectile dysfunctions. Viagra has have been in the market for a very long time, and its side effects are well-known and addressed. Meanwhile, there is new ED drug, Avanafil or Stendra, which is said to have the least side effects all other ED drugs.
What Are The Causes Of Erectile Dysfunction?
Most doctors have blamed diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol and various heart diseases for erectile dysfunction. Men suffering from these ailments restrict blood flow in an extreme way to the penis, which makes it harder for these men to have a strong and long-lasting erection, says Dr. Fisch.
How to Have Better Erections without Taking ED Drugs?
You can have better erections without taking any erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs. Here’s how:
- Quit smoking. Smoking restricts the blood vessels from relaxing, which is vital if you want to have erections. Stop smoking is much better than taking ED drugs.
- Shed excess body weight, and do anything to keep your blood pressure in check. If you lose weight, you can keep your blood pressure under control. With Hypertension, the blood vessels lose its ability to dilate properly.
- Cut back on alcoholic beverages or drink in moderation. Your sex drive may get a boost if you drink alcohol, but will decrease your performance, says Dr. Fisch
- Try to have sex in the morning instead of night. You can have better erections at that time as your testosterone levels increases in the morning.