You probably have heard of the expression “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”? Meaning that if you have a daily dose of Vitamin C, as found in an apple, it will help prevent you contracting colds and having to see the doctor. Well here’s a new expression for you: A Cialis a Day Keeps the Impotence Away. I shall explain.

Impotence, otherwise known as Erectile Dysfunction (ED), is a common condition found in many men, particularly affecting those in later life. ED is said to affects the lives of many millions of men and their partners across the world. It usually refers to the inability to obtain and maintain an adequate erection for satisfactory sexual activity. Although erectile dysfunction is more common in men older than 65, it can occur at any age. The great news is that it is treatable, quickly and simply, although you’ll need to see a doctor first, or otherwise obtain a prescription after consulting a qualified clinician.

Cialis & Sex Life.

After Viagra, Cialis is the third entrant into the field of oral ED treatments. It has certain distinct advantages over other oral ED treatments.

Cialis is a yellow pill that is taken with a small quantity of water as needed between four hours and one-half hour before sexual activity. The safe dosage is one a day- you should not take more than one Cialis tablet a day. But you won’t need to. One of the great advantages of Cialis over Viagra and Levitra is that most men find that the active ingredient in the drug tadalafil, last for up to 36 hours.

Consequently, if you take the pill on a Friday evening, you should find that you will have a healthy erection, upon stimulation, at any time and times, up to Sunday morning. No wonder it is known as the weekend pill!

The good news continues. Unlike other ED oral drugs, you can take the pill with a meal and not have its effectiveness reduced. Moreover, it’s not a drug that you become immune to if you take it regularly. That means that you can happily take a , and keep impotence at all together Cialis a day keeps the impotence away!

As with all drugs, it may not suit everyone, and some men with particular medical conditions, or who are taking other medicines, should not use Cialis. How do you know? Consult your doctor or a qualified medical practitioner. Again, as with many other drugs, some men who take Cialis may experience side effects. It is not common for these to be severe, but if they are, stop taking the drug and seek medical advice as soon as possible.

While some men experience no side effects whatsoever, the more common ones are headache, flushing, stomach upset, nasal stuffiness, diarrhoea and dizziness. If these side effects are experienced, they are not often experienced throughout the whole 36 hours of the pill’s effectiveness, just in the first few hours.

It’s very important to discuss any side effects experienced with your doctor- because Cialis comes in a number of strengths, it could be that by reducing the strength of the tablet, the side effects will become much milder or dissipate altogether, while still achieving the same results in terms of your erection.