Understanding erectile dysfunction

Cialis –
understanding erectile dysfunction

Cialis is a very popular medication used by millions of men all over the world for overcoming ED. However, before you start using Cialis it's important to understand the actual problem.

Cialis & clinical studies

Cialis clinical studies and results

The effectiveness of Cialis has been confirmed by numerous trials and you can read about some of them here.

Benefits of Taking Cialis

Benefits of Taking Cialis

There are certain benefits if you choose taking Cialis over other erectile dysfunction medications. First of all, Cialis starts working much faster than its closest peers, requiring only 15 minutes to take effect. Its effects last for much longer than any other ED medication with up to 36 hours of improved erections. And you can eat anything you like before taking Cialis so having a romantic dinner won't be a problem.

Cialis – understanding erectile dysfunction

There are millions of men all over the world who use Cialis and other similar medications for treating ED. In US alone there are about 30 million men with various degrees of erectile dysfunction so the condition is certainly quite common. However, not many of those who even use drugs for overcoming ED know much about the problem itself. And knowing the problem is usually half way to resolving it. So what do you have to know about erectile dysfunction that will help you get back on track in the bedroom?

In the past people assumed that erectile dysfunction is an age-related problem because it primarily affect older men. However it was an erroneous belief as it was discovered that the main reason for ED to develop is the overall health condition, which naturally gets worse with age. Specifically there is a set of conditions that are known to cause erectile dysfunction at any age, which include hypertension, diabetes, heart diseases, high cholesterol, cancer, alcohol abuse, medication side effects and obesity. All these conditions seriously affect the cardiovascular system and the condition of blood vessels, which in turn decreases the amount of blood flowing into the penis and leads to problems with the quality of erection.

So, to be more precise, erectile dysfunction is more of a symptom of an underlying health condition rather than a health problem on its own since it never takes place in a perfectly healthy body. And even if there aren't any apparent physiological health conditions present erectile dysfunction can also be caused by psychological issues including depression, stress, anxiety, mental illness and relationship problems. In this situation the blood circulation isn't affected but the mechanism of sexual excitement is. If the person has a low sex drive and cannot get aroused sexually there won't be an erection even if taking drugs like Cialis.

Fortunately for most men both physiologically and psychologically induced erectile dysfunction can be treated. There are different methods for treating both kinds of ED and it takes a professional doctor to determine the optimal treatment plan that will help you get rid of ED. Besides the obvious use of medications like Cialis there are also certain lifestyle changes that can be employed in order to overcome erectile dysfunction. So it's in your own interest to pay your doctor a visit as soon as you start noticing problems with the quality of your erections.