Energy & Exercise

How is Viagra used?

Viagra is a tablet drug that is taken by mouth. It comes in doses of 25, 50 and 100 mg. The determined dose is determined by the doctor, but in the case of self-administration, it is best to start with the lowest one, gradually increasing it until the desired effect is achieved. It is best to take the tablet on an empty stomach, about 30 to 60 minutes before the planned intercourse. If a meal is eaten, the expected response time may be longer. It is not recommended to take Viagra more than once a day. Taking a dose higher than the allowed dose may cause side effects. If the patient suffers from renal or hepatic insufficiency, the use of the drug should be started from the lowest dose under the supervision of a doctor.

What does the popular Viagra contain?

Viagra is a prescription drug to treat erectile dysfunction. The current use was discovered by accident, because as a result of testing the drug for hypertension and coronary heart disease, an additional effect, i.e. erection, was noticed. The active ingredient in Viagra is sildenafil, which helps to increase the blood supply to the penis. It works by inhibiting a harmful enzyme that causes premature loss of the penis. Additionally, it helps to keep blood vessels dilated so that more blood flows into the penis. Remember that sexual arousal is required for a satisfactory erection. This is because nitric oxide in the corpora cavernosa of the penis is responsible for activating the erection. The release of nitric oxide takes place precisely under the influence of sexual excitement.