drugs For men
Helping men gain control of erectile dysfunction
Millions of men worldwide suffer from the negative effects of erectile dysfunction (ED). ED has been linked to low self-esteem, depression and anxiety.
Zimalis (Cialis), Zimatra (Vardenafil) and Silogra (Sildenafil) help men overcome the symptoms of ED.
These oral medications belong to a class of drugs called PDE-5 inhibitors (Phosphodiesterase-5).
How do PDE-5 inhibitors work?
When aroused, the body produces the chemical cGMP. This chemical relaxes the smooth muscles (erectile tissue) in the penis. When relaxed, these muscles encourage blood to flow to the penis, which allows men to get an erection when aroused. The naturally occurring enzyme PDE-5 counteracts the effects of cGMP in men, helping the penis return to a flaccid state after sex. In patients suffering from ED, the amount of PDE-5 produced outweighs the amount of the chemical cGMP produced, resulting in a flaccid penis, even when aroused.
PDE-5 inhibitors work by blocking the effects of PDE-5, helping cGMP levels stay high enough to relax blood flow and generate an erection.
Zimalis (Cialis), Zimatra (Vardenafil) and Silogra (Sildenafil) work in very similar ways. However, there are some key differences in how they should be taken and how long they will last.