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The Viagra Experience

How Viagra Works

While Viagra may be one of the most famous drugs ever made, few of us understand how it really works. Some of the most misunderstood aspects of this medication are that it is not an aphrodisiac, it does not increase sexual desire and taking it does not suddenly produce an erection. Taking the drug will also not change your psychology, nor will it make you want to have sex. The experience of taking sildenafil citrate is generally that you will feel nothing different for the first 30 minutes as it enters your bloodstream. It is during this time that some men panic and mistakenly think the medicine they have taken is having no effect. This confusion can sometimes lead to taking another pill or to double-drop, which is taking twice the recommended dosage within a short time period. The result of this doubling of the dose is that it often causes headaches, sweating and light-headedness.

Increased Blood Flow

Once in your bloodstream, the action of the pill is to block a specific enzyme in your body called PDE 5. The process of blocking that enzyme causes increased blood flow, especially in areas of the body where there is a heavy concentration of PDE 5, such as in your nasal passages and your penis. This increased blood flow can cause a warm sensation throughout your whole body, leaving some men feeling flushed. Viagra requires sexual stimulation to work but having a good erection does not necessarily mean good sex. More than twenty Viagra trials have been carried out, involving nearly 7000 males and the data from those trials showed that almost 70% of the participants found the medicine to be effective for their erectile dysfunction. Some men in those trials complained that the drug worked so well for them, that their erections were painful.

Who Uses Viagra?

Males most likely to require Viagra to treat early signs of sexual dysfunction are typically in their early 50’s, slightly overweight, with high cholesterol and high blood pressure, causing a low sex drive. Interestingly, studies show that peak sexual function actually starts to decline in men aged their late 20’s. Recreational use of sildenafil is also on the rise, with young men taking the medication, despite having no history of ED. Scientists at Pfizer argue that a young, healthy man should be capable of an erection and that taking Viagra will not necessarily improve the size of his erection beyond what is normal for him. The downside to taking the medication recreationally is that as a drug, it does have side-effects. Studies show that more than half of all men who take the drug will experience at least one mild side-effect.

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