Viagra, Levitra, Cialis – Which is best?

Everyone knows that Viagra is the most popular treatment for erectile dysfunction. The majority of individuals with this condition will resort to Viagra for relief. However, there are some other options now as well. Levitra and Cialis are two newer drugs which have received quite a bit of attention. With so much interest in all of these drugs it is important that you know which of them is really the best.

All three of these drugs have been said to work effectively at treating erectile dysfunction. The results that are noticed may vary by individual. Generally, all three of these drugs will work for most individuals. Over 70% of men that suffer from any form of erectile dysfunction and use Viagra, Levitra, or Cialis will notice relief of the symptoms of their condition.

Before looking at each of these drugs separately you may want to know a few of the common characteristics of these drugs. All three of these drugs are PDE-5 inhibitors. They are all proven to work effectively for the majority of people that use them. Also, they are all activated through sexual stimulation.

Viagra
Viagra is a very popular drug which was introduced over a decade ago as an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction and similar health issues. One of the massive claims that are made for this product relate to the activation time of the drug. It is said to take just 14 minutes for the drug to be absorbed and activated. This could take a little longer if you have ate recently, 14 minutes is valid for those using the drug on an empty stomach. After half an hour of ingesting the drug you will reach the peak where the drug is most effective. In four hour partitions the drug will decrease in effectiveness by 50% unless more of it is taken.

Some of the common side effects of Viagra include light headaches, vision problems, and an upset stomach.

Levitra
Levitra is said to be a better drug for those that have serious difficulties treating their erectile dysfunction condition. Levitra will be absorbed by the body and activated within 45 minutes of ingestion. Consuming any foods or beverages will not affect the timeline or potency of the drug. Levitra is often said to be more potent, efficient, and longer lasting than Viagra.

Some of the common side effects of Levitra include light headaches and facial flushing.

Cialis
The most recent of the three to be released was Cialis. This drug was designed to be extremely long lasting and has claims of being able to effectively treat erectile dysfunction for 36 hours. In some studies there has been evidence that the drug can remain effective for more than four days. Cialis will not decrease in potency or effectiveness if food or beverages are consumed around the time of ingestion.

Some of the common side effects of Cialis include light headaches, back and muscle aches, and an upset stomach.

Final Verdict – Which PDE-5 Inhibitor Is Best?
When looking at which PDE-5 inhibitor is the best you will want to consider a few factors such as the potency, efficiency, and duration of the drug. For all of these categories there is one drug that prospers from the group ?Cialis. While this is not the most popular name of the three it does provide everything that is needed in a drug for erectile dysfunction. It is highly potent, long lasting, extremely efficient, and slightly less expensive. There are more side effects that are experienced with this drug but it is still the preferable of the three PDE-5 inhibitors.

As people respond differently to various drugs, Cialis may not provide the best results out of all types of PDE-5 inhibitors. If you do not get great results from Cialis then you could try using Levitra, and then Viagra. While Viagra is the most popular name of the three it is really not the most effective. It should be your last choice out of the bunch as it is not nearly as effective or convenient as Levitra or Cialis. With all that said, Cialis should be the first of the three drugs that you use for treating erectile dysfunction.

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