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ED tablets with food and alcohol

A nice meal, a glass of wine, and a healthy sex life are some of the good things in life.

And while sex is an important part of that equation, for some men, the sex is not what they would like for it to be. When a man can’t “perform,” it puts a damper on what could be an enjoyable experience.

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a health issue that affects up to 30 million men in the United States, according to the National Institutes of Health. But there’s good news—it’s treatable. And one of the treatments is with oral medications. You’ve probably heard of the three most popular ED medications: Viagra, Levitra and Cialis. These pills are known as phosphodiesterase (PDE) inhibitors. They work by relaxing the smooth muscles in blood vessel walls. When the blood vessels in the penis are relaxed, the blood flow through them increases. And more blood to the penis is what’s needed for an erection.

What about food and alcohol?

So, maybe you’ve considered using an oral treatment for ED, but it could be that one of your concerns is about the medication’s interaction with food and alcohol. As with any new drug, you need to discuss your medical situation with your physician first. But with ED medication, it’s pretty simple when it comes to food and drink. When using these products along with those other elements of a nice evening out on the town, you shouldn’t have too much to worry about. Let’s take a look at each of the products:

Viagra (Sildenafil citrate): It’s effective with or without food or alcohol, but you should eat the right foods prior to taking it, and drink in moderation. Don’t eat a high-fat meal 2 hours prior to taking the medication. Fat can slow down the body’s ability to absorb the drug. So, if dinner is a part of your date, plan ahead to avoid the fatty foods.

Levitra (Vardenafil HCL): This product can be taken with or without meals. Alcohol is all right, too, if you drink in moderation.

Cialis (Tadalafil): This one can also be taken with or without food. As for alcohol, use it in moderation, too. If you drink 5 units or more of alcohol (5 glasses of wine or 5 shots of liquor), you run the risk of experiencing increased heart rate, decreased blood pressure, as well as dizziness and headache. (Definitely not good on a date!)

There’s certainly more information to learn about these products, and understanding them is a smart thing to do if you’re considering oral medications for ED issues. The good things in life should be enjoyed responsibly. Eating right and drinking in moderation is good advice at all times. So follow this good advice, and have a wonderful sex life, too!

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