Cialis and Smoking

Smoking

Cialis is a medication designed for the treatment of erectile dysfunction and used by thousands of men worldwide. Cialis is for men over the age of 18 who are unable to achieve and sustain an erection. There are certain activities that will work to inhibit the overall effectiveness of the medication. There is no conclusive evidence to date, but smoking is reported to inhibit the effectiveness of Cialis. Smoking

Smoking causes a restriction in the arteries and that action allows plaque to build up in the lining of the arteries and restrict blood flow. When men use Cialis, while continuing to smoke, the conundrum becomes the two components wanting to do their job. Cialis works to dilate arteries and smoking works to constrict arteries. It is a no win situation while trying to relieve the symptoms, not to mention the embarrassment of erectile dysfunction.

To enhance the benefits of Cialis, men who smoke should stop smoking while taking the medication. Some medical professionals caution against men using E-Cigarettes when using Cialis, but there is no conclusive evidence to determine if the E-Cigarette diminishes the effectiveness of Cialis.

Men who begin to smoke while in their 20’s and 30’s increase the risk of erectile dysfunction by the time they are about 50 years old. Of course, the risk can be eliminated by not smoking in the first place, but if smoking is taken up keeping the habit to an absolute minimum will minimize the effects of erectile dysfunction and if Cialis is used, there will be less of a fight between smoke and Cialis and its effects. However, there is no evidence that demonstrates that men who smoke in their youth will experience erectile dysfunction as they age.

Smoking is a risk best managed by never smoking in the first place or stopping the activity, or at least minimizing smoking as much as possible. Tar, a byproduct of smoking, builds in the lungs and places greater strain upon the heart to pump the necessary volume of blood. Plaque builds in the arteries, making it even more difficult for the heart to pump blood through the arteries. This also puts added stain on the heart and arteries and will eventually cause the arteries to fail.

Smoking and using Cialis could lead to high blood pressure because the heart becomes over worked. High blood pressure is attributed to erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction can also be the result of other medical issues such as diabetes and being overweight and psychological conditions such as stress and tension.

Before using Cialis, it is important to identify the cause of the erectile dysfunction and take the necessary precautions if a medical or social issue is the cause. If smoking is the only thing identified as being the culprit, men should quit smoking or at least minimize the activity while using Cialis. Men may also discover not smoking will eventually eliminate the need for using Cialis or decreasing the dose needed to achieve and sustain an erection.

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