|Sildigra use in younger men|
|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 23 February 2012 08:12|
If you think Sildigra is still just your father's blue pill, well, not anymore. Playboy king Hugh Hefner called this in 1998 as "the best legal recreational drug" and is being used today by young party-goers as an antidote to the effects alcohol and club drugs.
Websites sell Sildigra or the like to nearly everyone who orders them. A lot of healthy young men without sexual dysfunction are asking their healthcare providers for Sildigra to help them combat anxiety or counteract the effects of smoking and partying.
Since Sildigra (Sildenafil) was introduced in 1998 to address the physical dysfunction for some men, it and other similar drugs like Vardenafil and Tadalafil have been rapidly used by a number of healthy younger men for the perceived enhancement of sexual performance or for alleviating sex performance anxiety.
When Sildigra was first marketed, the target clients were older men at the age group around 70. But now, the limit is lowered not just for men desiring it, but for physicians giving it out to the younger male population and even with only minor problems.
However, it could possible be psychologically addictive. Healthy men may start to feel they are inadequate if they don't take the drug. For younger men to feel this way is a lost chance to accept themselves for who they really are and that who they are is enough to be loved.
Many men today seem to have a notion about Sildigra. A cardiologist shares about a healthy young man with no apparent sexual dysfunction, who asked for a prescription to help him celebrate his anniversary in Vegas. A sex therapist says that even men in their teens have sought for her help, thinking they need the drug to have sex or that it might recompense to their small penis size.