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It’s no secret that Viagra has been used to help to treat erectile dysfunction, maintain sexual arousal and stimulate the penis into prolonged sessions of erection, but how does this scientifically-developed treatment actually work and what makes it so effective at what it does? .
Well, for dozens of years now men around the world have been taking advantage of the effects and benefits of Viagra to enjoy a healthier sex life without having to undergo risky hormone treatments, but let’s take a look at what makes this FDA approved treatment so much more effective than other treatments on the market..
When men become sexually aroused, their body begins to emit the chemical nitric oxide. Although this chemical will travel in the bloodstream and endocrine system; its effects really become obvious when it’s stored within male genitalia – more specifically the erectile tissue. This influx of nitric oxide helps to control the flow of blood and as more and more blood enters the tissue, the penis will become harder as it prepares for sexual intercourse….
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There are several factors that can affect how the body is able to produce nitric oxide and these can include age, confidence and even blood pressure levels.
It’s because of these reasons that older males, particularly those above the ages of 50, may begin to suffer with erectile dysfunction as their heart begins to pump blood around the body at a lower rate, meaning that a consistent amount of blood to the penis and genitalia in general may not be sufficient enough to maintain an erection.
- Confidence can also be a factor as it can sometimes be hard to maintain an erection if the nervous system isn’t fit for purpose.
- Shyness and emotional unhappiness have also been linked to erectile dysfunction as the blood will spend more time in the liver, kidneys, heart and lungs than anywhere else.
- As a result, a lack of confidence can decrease the amounts of nitric acid within erectile tissue that relies on blood to assist with transportation.
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A few words about Viagra
” So what does Viagra do? Well it actually compliments the way in which nitric acid can function within erectile tissue, rather than provide an erection outright. ”
Dr. Lisa Monelly
” When a male is aroused, the nitric acid produced will stimulate the further production of an enzyme known as cyclic guanosine monophosphate, or cGMP. ”
Dr. A. Garsia
” This enzyme helps to soften muscles into a state of relaxation, which makes it a lot easier for blood to enter the erectile tissue and remain there until the erection is no longer active. ”
Dr. Jonathan Nollan
30 Bligh St
(02) 9320 3676