Myths About Viagra and Their Busting

Viagra is the most debated erection enhancing drug ever known to mankind. With its "birth" men breathed freely. Viagra is the most effective treatment for ED.

Myth #1

Viagra is not a treatment. ED is not a disease in the real sense of the word. It is a condition, a response of the body to some changes or to the action of outer factors. ED may be caused by stress, fatigue, physical and mental exhaustion. In rare cases ED can be caused by sexually transmitted diseases, malformations or traumas of penile tissues. Only 3% of cases of ED are caused by these diseases. Viagra is a stimulant. It provides only one-time effect which lasts about 4 hours, but the pill does not help penile tissues to restore normal ability to develop erection. You can take Viagra regularly or as needed, however it will not help you to completely recover or cure ED. ED is incurable. Even official Viagra definition says it is a treatment. But do not believe it. Taking Viagra will not cure your impotence. It will only help to get erection each time when you need it, but will never get you back to your normal sexual activity.

Myth #2

Viagra is right for everybody. It is not true. Even Viagra commercial says that Viagra is right for you only if you are healthy enough for sex. This presumes the condition of your heart. If you have some problems with heart and blood pressure, Viagra is NOT for you. Viagra increases blood flow and may cause rapid jumps of blood pressure. In case you suffer from heart dysfunction such jumps may be lethal for you. Talk to your doctor prior taking Viagra.

Myth #3

Viagra is not safe. Viagra is a serious medicine affecting your heart and blood system. It affects the vessels in your penile tissues and controls the levels of certain neuromediators produced by your brain. It is not recommended to take Viagra more than once a day. Taking the pills too often may cause Viagra overdose affecting your ability to breath, to see and to hear. In rare cases patients face anaphylactic shock. That is why Viagra should be taken consciously. You should plan your sex and Viagra intake. If you do not want to care about time of intake and planning sex according your pills then Viagra is not for you. We recommend Cialis in this case.

Myth #4

Viagra does not increase sex drive in women. Most guys are interested in what would happen if a girl took Viagra. We can tell you for sure, that nothing would happen if a girl tool Viagra. You will waste a pill of an expensive sex enhancer and will not get sexual pleasure you will reckon upon. Girls should be stimulated in a different way. There are Viagra women reviews. Girls say that except of hot flashes they felt nothing.

Myth #5

Viagra is a marketing trick, it does not work. No, it is not true. Viagra is not a marketing trick. Initially it was developed as a treatment for a certain range of heart diseases, but during testing a significant side effect of Viagra was revealed. The drug got a name of Viagra. Since that time it has been marketed as a #1 sex enhancer. Other brands started copying Viagra ingredients. Just think and compare. The scientific name for viagra is Sildenafil Citrate. Cialis has Tadalafil, Levitra has Vardenafil. All the active ingredients of competing sex enhancers have the same active ingredient as Viagra, though it is named in a different way. The pills of Viagra and Cialis, Levitra, Kamagra and other drugs differ in concentration of key active component and additives. Besides, Viagra uses the best ingredients and raw materials for producing sex enhancing pills.

If you really care about your health and you want to improve your sexual health and activity, choose Viagra and not its generics.