About Cialis

Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis all work by inhibiting a phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) enzyme inhibitor which causes erectile dysfunction in men. The benefit of Cialis is that unlike Viagra and Levitra which only last four to 5 hours, it inhibitors last up to 17 and half hours, giving it the name “The Weekend Pill”. Men do not have to worry about getting “ready”. Once taken results happen in as fast as 30 minutes.

Cialis is a drug that can be taken everyday. Tadalafil also has the added benefit of functioning as a therapeutic drug to relive pulmonary hypertension and it is approved in many countries as a three times daily therapy for hypertension.

How effective is Cialis

Tadalafil better known as Cialis, is one of the most famous alternatives to Viagra. Cialis helps you fight against impotence or erectile dysfunction. The most common dose of Cialis is 10 mg. 10 milligrams is more than necessary for many men, although sometimes 20 milligrams are necessary for some men.

Cialis’ rate of effectiveness according to latest medical testing is from 60% to 80%. However, there are certain advantages over Viagra that make Cialis a better option. For starters, the effect of Cialis lasts longer than Viagra.


Also, you can take these tablets with or without any food in your stomach. If you’re taking Viagra you’re aware that you can’t consume high fat foods because those foods will decrease the effects of Viagra. You can take your Cialis tablets even though you had a fatty food; this won’t decrease the effects of Cialis.

The effect of Cialis lasts from 24 to 36 hours according to some tests; Viagra’s effects lasts from 4 to 6 hours. This doesn’t mean that you’re going to have a 36 hours erection. This means that your penis will be sensitive to touch and you’ll get an erection soon if you’re stimulated within that time frame.

How long do the effects of Cialis last

The effects of Cialis last for up to 36 hours in most men. However, there are a number of factors that will affect the results for certain individuals. Heart, liver, kidney or blood pressure problems are only some of the conditions that could affect the performance of Cialis and even endanger your health. Also, your physician will determine a dosage of either 10mg. or 20mg. of the drug and this will affect how long your erection will last. Cialis works by blocking PDES, a chemical in your blood that reverses an erection, resulting in the blood vessels opening wider and allowing blood to flow more easily into the penis. Cialis begins to work in about 30 minutes for most men. It is important to remember that Cialis works only if the individual is aroused. It does not cause an erection; it makes an erection possible by facilitating blood flow to the penis and keeping the blood in the penis longer once an erection has occurred. It is very important that your physician is notified of all medical conditions you may have as well as the medicines you take.

Cautions, side effects and warning Cialis, one of the most popular of drugs that purport to relieve symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED), is not without its risks. Indeed, there are a number of potential side effects and warnings that should be considered before beginning treatment with Cialis.

Side Effects of Cialis

According to the official website of Cialis, the most common side effects of this medication are minor and include achy muscles, runny or stuffy nose, headaches, flushed skin, and indigestion. These side effects normally subside with continued usage—generally within a matter of days.  Although less common, there are a number of potentially serious side effects that have been linked to Cialis usage. These include an abnormally long-lasting erection (one that lasts for longer than four hours), dizziness, and a sudden reduction in vision or hearing. In the case of these more serious side effects, you should contact your physician right away.

Cautions and Warnings

Like most medications, Cialis may not benefit everyone and in some cases may even be dangerous. Therefore, the official website of Cialis recommends that those who take nitrates should not also take Cialis, as the combination of these two could a substantial drop in blood pressure. Further, those allergic to any of the ingredients in either Cialis or ADCIRCA should not take this medication.

Talk to your Doctor

Finally, before taking Cialis, always disclose your full health history to your doctor, as certain conditions (such as stroke, high blood pressure, and kidney disorders) can be negatively impacted by taking this medication.

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