All about Cialis

The market of erectile dysfunction drugs is really full of products produced by various pharmaceutical companies. Some of the drugs are herbal, others are actually devices rather than pills... And still there are two pills that have proved to be the most efficient and reliable treatment options for men suffering from impotence.
Of course, these are Viagra and Cialis.

Viagra has long been the most popular erectile dysfunction drug; in fact, it even became a common name for all other ED pills.

But lately, Cialis, a so-called weekend pill, became the #1 erectile dysfunction drug in the world. The sales of this pill skyrocketed in the last year, which might well be caused by the unique longevity of its effect.
In fact, Cialis is a PDE-5 inhibitors, just like Viagra. It increases the flow of blood to the penis, which in its turn causes and helps to maintain a strong erection.

Usually, it takes Cialis 15 minutes to act; the effect lasts for up to 36 hours, making the pill perfect for men going away on a weekend with a girlfriend they don't want to tell about their sexual problems.

Just as it is the case with Viagra, Cialis should not be used in combination with alcohol or fatty foods as they might affect the effectiveness of the drug or, what is worse, cause other medical conditions. Men should also keep in mind that Cialis does not interact well with all kinds of drugs. As such, nitrate-based drugs should be excluded when taking Cialis.

The best way to get a strong and healthy erection without unwanted side effects is to carefully follow the instructions given to a man by his doctor.

Cialis, just like Viagra and many other erectile dysfunction pills, is a prescription drug. This means that it cannot be obtained from a prescription from a physician, which is always issued based on a thorough health examination.

 
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