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Can Cialis Be Taken Daily?
Whether itís a headache being treated, or if medication is being consumed to help with erectile dysfunction; the bottom line is that an overdose of chemicals can be dangerous if not deadly if a proper dosage system isnít followed. Even the simplest forms of medication can be fatal if taken too frequently and this isnít because of the bodiesí inability to cope with the chemicals; itís all down to the excessive volumes of chemicals that are present within the system. If these chemicals are too much for the liver and kidneys to filter efficiently, then adverse effects may begin to take place. In extreme cases, these events can prove fatal.
So when considering Cialis as a treatment for both erectile dysfunction, or to treat the effects of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), it might be surprising to hear that leading medical professionals around the world agree that the drug can be taken up to 3 times a day (more than most painkillers and paracetemol brands), but why is this?
Well the main reason for the frequent use of Cialis could be put down to the frequency in which the body produces and expels the chemicals associated with sexual arousal. During arousal, the genitalia produce a chemical known as nitric acid which then encourages the production of cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP). This chemical enzyme has one responsibility within the body, and thatís to relax muscles, smooth their tissue and to clear entry for blood via vessels and veins.
With an easier flow of blood able to gain access to the erectile tissue, the probability of nitric acid and other erection-stimulating chemicals entering the penis is much more likely. So although Cialis doesnít provide these chemicals, it allows the chemicals produced by the body to work to their maximum potential to help with both developing an erection, and sustaining the amount of time that it is present- resulting in a prolonged session of sexual activity.
One of the main reasons that Cialis can be taken daily is that it can help to control the signs of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). In cases of benign prostatic hyperplasia, the nodules within the prostate can become enlarged and as a result, they can press against the bladder. If left untreated, this event can cause pain during urination, bladder weakness and general instability that can sometimes lead to incontinence.
Cialis works against this activity by redirecting blood flow from these nodules to keep them at a minimal size. As this blood will be pumped around the body, or to the penis in instances of sexual arousal, the result is that the bladder wonít suffer in the long term and healthier blood pressure can be achieved. Itís this reduced inflammation that serves 2 purposes when it comes to sexual arousal; the first is to ensure that all available blood travels to the penis for a sustained erection and the second is that blood within the nodes can be minimized to reduce pain.