What is the Need of Taking Cialis?

We used to think that men’s health is only in matters of urology and andrology, but this is far from an incomplete list of areas of medicine that deal with men’s problems.

Starting with 30 years, the male body begins to reduce the level of the male hormone testosterone. Just at this time, the man feels problems in bed, experiences weak erection especially when drinking alcohol. Lack of testosterone begins to manifest itself in almost all spheres and organs. This hormone is responsible not only for the sexual sphere of a man but is a regulator of mood. There is not enough testosterone – there appear attacks of pessimism, mood decline and depression.

Often, the male half is used to thinking that this is an independent consequence of age and aging, but this is a great misconception. But erectile function decreases completely for a different reason: because of vascular pathology when the vessels cannot pass through themselves enough blood to create a strong erection. The main changes from the lack of testosterone begin to occur usually in the following human organs: cardiovascular, genitourinary, central nervous and musculoskeletal systems. The appearance of coronary heart disease suggests that this is the first stage of malfunction in the vascular circulation, both in the pelvic organs, and the cardiovascular system and other especially important vessels. Unfortunately, men ignore this problem, from which they are referred to doctors already during the late stage, which is difficult to treat.

Cialis is one of the most highly appreciated drugs used to cope with erectile dysfunction.

Originally branded tablets, Cialis are manufactured in a diamond-shaped form. They are painted in a pale yellow color with a risk on one side and the abbreviation “C 5, or 10, or 20”  on the other.

The active substance of Cialis is Tadalafil.

Pharmacologic Effect

The active substance of the preparation Cialis refers to compounds that improve erectile function by reversible selective inhibition of specific PDE-5 enzymes followed by the release of cGMP.

Tadalafil, when penetrating into the vascular structures of the cavernous bodies of the male sexual organ, increase the concentration of free molecules of nitric oxide. Cialis tablets are recommended for use in severe erectile dysfunction due to psychological or physiological malfunctions. Also, they can be taken on course if symptoms of lower urinary tract dysfunction appear and benign prostatic hyperplasia.

Cialis Contraindications and Side Effects

The list of contraindications for the preparation Cialis instructions for use is quite long. So, it includes the following pathological conditions and diseases:

  • hypersensitivity to the components of tablets, including additional;
  • cardiovascular pathologies, including myocardial infarction during the previous three months, unstable angina pectoris, grade 2 CHF (NYHA), uncontrolled arrhythmias and hypertension, ischemic heart disease, and stroke six months before admission;
  • the neuropathy of the optic nerve and the blindness that developed as a result of it;
  • lactose intolerance.

 

You cannot use the generic Cialis to enhance erections if you are under 18 years old, or you take other medications to eliminate erectile dysfunction, Doxazonin, and organic nitrates.

Since the effect after taking Cialis is maintained for 18-36 hours, it is recommended to take tablets no more often than once every two days. The optimum dosage in this case is:

  • for patients with activity more often two times a week – 5 mg per reception;
  • for patients with activity less often two times a week – 20 mg per reception;
  • for patients with diagnosed ED and hyperplasia of the prostate (benign) – 5 mg per day daily.

If there are signs of side effects, dosage can be reduced by half.

Undesirable reactions with Cialis brand drugs are diagnosed in a negligible proportion of patients. At the same time, consumers complain of heartburn, muscle pain (especially in the limbs), as well as dyspeptic disorders and headaches.

Along with this, there may be other side reactions:

  • allergy;
  • acute circulatory disturbance in the GM;
  • pain in the eyes and hemorrhage in the sclera;
  • palpitation;
  • increased blood pressure;
  • bleeding from the nose;

If the recommended dosages are exceeded, the risk of side effects increases many times. In the case of overdose, call the emergency without delay as there may be severe complications.

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