Can Viagra save your marriage and make you happier?

Did you know that over 2 million men in South Africa get diagnosed with erectile dysfunction each year? What if I told you 70% of those men don’t get treated? Those two statistics are true and are expected to increase by the end of this year. Experts suggest that a little more than 3 million men in the country will be diagnosed this year. The estimates of men who won’t seek treatment are also expected to rise. Today, my goal is to help prevent these numbers by educating readers about erectile dysfunction. In addition to that, show them that treatments like Viagra are the best options for them.

Men, in general, don’t know the details about erectile dysfunction. In fact, most men thing erectile problems is something that happens when they get older. For a long time, this was true. Unfortunately, as technology gets more advanced, younger men are starting to have the same issues. Erectile dysfunction can strike males as young as 16 years of age. So what happened? What is causing younger generations of men to develop these sensitive problems? The biggest factor is the men’s diet. Our food is heavily processed and loaded with chemicals. Think about this. When was the last time you have eaten a whole piece of fruit? If you’re like the average guy, the answer is probably weeks.

Processed food is widely known to cause health conditions like heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes.

These health conditions are directly linked to erectile dysfunction. In most cases, early signs of erectile dysfunction can be an indication of these health problems. In addition to diet, a lack of exercise can also contribute to poor sexual function. The average person that eats a processed diet doesn’t exercise at all. The average adult male needs at least two and a half hours of moderate exercise every week. An overwhelming majority of men don’t even get 30 minutes if they are lucky.

This unhealthy lifestyle has serious effects on the body.

Arteries in the body will start to form plaque build up. This plaque will narrow the arteries and put a strain on the blood vessels. This means that less blood will enter the penis, which leads to a man’s erectile issues. That is where medications like Viagra come in. Viagra works by widening the arteries in the body. This will take the strain off the blood vessels, which will allow blood to flow normally. This means that guys will be able to form natural and healthy erections again. Viagra truly is a great invention but it comes at a price.

The price of regaining your sexual health back is by doing the work.

Men need to get past that stigma of having erectile problems and seek help as soon as they can. Viagra requires men to pay a visit to their doctor since it is a prescription medication. Guys seem to think that getting diagnosed with erectile issues somehow includes invasive questions. This is totally false. I think most guys would be surprised to find that erectile dysfunction can be diagnosed with a simple blood test. Whatever the excuse, it is not a good idea to suffer in silence. Talk to your doctor today about Viagra.

6 Replies to “Can Viagra save your marriage and make you happier?”

  1. Unexpected results! I have just been using Viagra for a little over a week after seeing an ad on TV. No side effects so far, and feeling very energetic!

  2. Would the overall confidence and mental health of a the average man improve if he takes Viagra on a consistent basis to improve his performance?

  3. If I am having trouble getting an erection because of my erectile dysfunction, how long should I wait before I talk to my doctor about my options, and the possibility of getting on Viagra?

  4. Viagra is the first ED medication I’ve been able to take that lets me get and maintain an erection until orgasm. Not too shabby for a 60 year old man!

  5. I am able to perform extremely well during sex now thanks to Viagra. I am able to get a long lasting firm erection, and I can last as long as I used to. I am finally able to satisfy my wife again. It saved our sex life and our marriage.

  6. I’m older, age 70, and have experienced erectile dysfunction for the last 10 years. I tried Viagra by prescription in 2015, and, although the effect on erections does not last more than a day, had a decent experience with it. I was advised by my urologist to shift to Cialis 20mg for the salient effects it has on BPH, and I’m quite satisfied with that now. It has the added benefit that it lasts for 36 to 48 hours.

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