What is erectile dysfunction?

There are several ways in which impotence can show itself but one of the more obvious is erectile dysfunction (ED). In this case, the man is either unable to produce an erection when stimulated or, having produced an erection, then loses it before sexual intercourse is complete.

What causes erectile dysfunction?

ED can be a symptom of serious physical injuries or disease, e.g. diabetes or heart disease, so it’s always worth having a doctor check you over to make sure none of the most dangerous possibilities apply to you. The other more common cause is a side effect from other drugs you are taking. If these are eliminated, this leaves psychological issues which are usually resolved by taking cialis – there is nothing better at restoring self-confidence.

How does cialis work?

Imagine a light switch. You turn the light on. Flip the switch and darkness follows. So when a “healthy” man is sexually stimulated, the brain sends a chemical message to the arteries leading into the penis. This allows an excess of blood to flood inside where it’s absorbed by some tissue that acts like a sponge. As it swells, this tissue presses against the veins that take blood out of the penis, reducing the outflow. The result is an erection. When sexual stimulation ends, the brain sends another chemical message to close off the supply of new blood. The erection fades as the blood drains out of the sponge. But suppose the “end” message is sent at the wrong time. Now the erection may fail altogether or fail early. Cialis allows a natural response to the sexual stimulation and stops this second message from turning off the erection until you have finished.

With cialis, you can either take it as needed, giving yourself up to 36 hours of response, or go on to the once-daily regime. Either way, your performance is back to normal.