Tadalafil (Cialis) for treating Enlarged Prostate and more

Many men especially men over 40 years old are susceptible to an enlarged prostate and this is a common side effect of steroidal use in body builders.   Not only in body builders but men going on Testosterone Replacement Therapy run the risk of enlarged prostates and Cialis can help counter that risk. While many use over the counter formulations to treat and aid the prostate there is great debate as the effectiveness of some items. Nettle Root Extract, Vitamin C, Green Tea are all highly regarded for Prostate concerns; however an product that is often overlooked is Cialis. While marketed as a drug for Erectile Dysfunction Cialis has been found to provide multiple health benefits.

If you experience involuntary urination, weak urine stream, unable to urinate, painful unration, or you wake several times to urinate at night, you should go get a medical check up.   A common test is the PSA and if your PSA comes back high, Cialis can help bring your levels back down in a few weeks as it helps relax your muscle so it is not over stressed. An average dose for many is 5 mg of Cialis a day and many take 10 mg a day for health reasons. I find that the younger people should be on the 5 mg a day where as the older you get you could take and use the full 10 mg.

Before we start talking about the benefits of Cialis let us touch on the side effects which are Headache, Indigestion, Flushing feelings, Stuffy or runny nose, high blood pressure, to name a few. But if taken in a low dose format such as 5 mg a day it is not often these negative feelings show up for most. And do not confuse Viagra with Cialis, Viagra is a very potent short acting drug that normally causes constant erections where Cialis has a longer half-life and while it is in your system you can obtain an erection but unlike Viagra you are not walking around with an erection while on Cialis, only while aroused.

The Benefits of Cialis besides a useful Erectile Dysfunction Medication are lowering the blood pressure, helping your prostate and increased Nitric Oxide. A side affect of Steroid use by bodybuilders is high blood pressure, the addition of Cialis to their lifting regiment was found to lower the blood pressure. However there are dangers when mixing ACE inhibitors or alpha-blockers with Cialis so always discuss any medications with your doctors truthfully. It is important to mention a high dose of Cialis could increase your blood pressure, so the More the Better adage is not true in this case. Cialis further reduces stress and inflammation on the prostate bringing it back to normal state. And Cialis generates Nitric Oxide, which increases the circumference of our blood vessels. While it is known as an Erectile medication, it increases the blood vessels over our entire body allowing blood to flow better which increases oxygen delivery and delivery of nutrients around the body to your muscles and tissues. However it should be noted that the most common and advised use is Pre Work out or Pre Sporting Event. Not only is Cialis used in Bodybuilding it is used in most sports such as track and field, swimming, cycling, and many more.

Very simply, Cialis works by inhibiting the PDE in our bodies. As we get older we accumulate more PDE, which is Phosphodieserase, which are enzymes and make up the chemicals in the phosphate group or salts. Type 5 PDE (PDE5) damages our cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) which activates protein enzymes that control all our cell pathways. This activation results in dilation of the blood vessels, or more simply, closes up and restricts the flow of blood. Cialis and other medications block PDE5, which enables increased blood flow. So simply, as men get older they have a large accumulation of PDE5 and cGMP reduces which causes male impotence or more difficult time obtaining an erection, and as Cialis blocks the PDE5 it allows males to obtain erections.

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