What To Eat And Drink When Using Viagra?

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Viagra, the erectile enhance number one, is a prescription drug whose efficacy can be dialed up or down by a number of factors, and meals is one of them. In fact, the foods and beverages you ingest around the intake of Viagra is a make it or break it factor for the health outcomes you can achieve with the drug.

Viagra and meals: moderation is the key

Taking ViagraThe absorption of the active component of Viagra, sildenafil, is affected by what is in your stomach at the moment of the drug intake. Simply put, when there is a lot to break through, it will take the pill a lot of time and efforts, and this is the last thing you want it to do. What you want to do is to make its job getting into your blood flow nice and easy, and this means simple and light meals keeping it company.

A perfectly balanced menu example to boost your Viagra performance would be a handful of rice, whole wheat pasta, quinoa or any other whole wheat for that matter, lightly cooked lean meat or oily fish, and veggies on the side. You might want to note this law of the land that when it comes to meat, you cannot go wrong with lean red meat or chicken breasts cooked with minimal or no fat. But with fish it is the other way around: oily fish is rich in omega 3, the amino acid responsible for all the good things happening with your sexual functionality.

You can time the ingestion of Viagra tablet before or after your meals, or even during your food intake if this is your preference. Be sure to wash it down with a sufficient amount of water though: anything between half a glass and a full glass of water should do it.

Viagra in a fasted state

This one is the copout scenario: if you are not certain you can stay within the reasonable limits at the dinner table, skip your meal altogether. Note that the term “fasted state” describes a state where you have gone 4 hours on end without a main course or a snack. Or a pack of chips, even though, according to your doctor, they have zero nutritional value.

Taken in a fasted state, Viagra will be absorbed faster by 1.1 hour (the average estimate based on this research). The effects of sildenafil will also be more expressed and longer-lasting if the drug is taken between the meals. However, taking Viagra on an empty stomach also increases the incidence of side effects and augments their intensity. We suggest that you only attempt taking Viagra in between the meals when you are certain that the drug gives you no major adverse events and your sildenafil tolerance has reached its optimal point (we remind you that PDE5 tolerance improves over time with continued use of the drug).

Viagra and drinks

alcohol and viagra

According to the original sildenafil manufacturer, Viagra can be taken alongside with 3 units of alcohol, but its efficacy is inversely related to the amount of alcohol consumed. The therapeutic benefits of Viagra will be both delayed and inhibited by alcohol. On top of that, your own body’s ability to engage in sexual activity will be compromised by consumption of alcohol, which begs the conclusion that alcohol is best avoided when Viagra is on the menu.

Also, alcohol is a known vasoactive substance, and so is Viagra. The simultaneous use of both can lead to sudden and fatal drop in blood pressure, especially in subjects with hypotensive predisposition and the history of syncope.

Pina coladas is not the only off-limits drink when you plan to down the blue pill before bedtime; surprisingly, so are freshly squeezed juices of grapefruit and blood orange. You shouldn’t eat these fruits either, for that matter. The explanation is this: both are metabolized by the enzyme called CYP3A4, the very same metabolite that is engaged in the elimination of sildenafil. Concomitant intake of Viagra and any of the above mentioned citruses can lead to elevated concentration of sildenafil in the plasma and increase the drug toxicity multifold.

Be sure to avoid drinks containing caffeine when taking Viagra; this again has to do with the vasoactive nature of sildenafil contained therein, which is akin to that of caffeine. Although caffeine action is that of vasoconstrictive nature and as such is inversely oriented to the action of sildenafil, combining Viagra and caffeine might result in unpredictable blood pressure alterations.

It is important to stay well hydrated when taking Viagra in order to improve your clearance rate, especially in individuals with mild renal problems. Stepping up your water intake is always a good idea when you are taking any medications to help your body eliminate them; this will not affect Viagra results, but will help you minimize sildenafil side effects or avoid them altogether.

Foods boosting Viagra effects

Oatmeal Can Affect Sexual Life

Success in bed also passes through the kitchen and not in the sense of greediness. Aphrodisiac foods par excellence can help you get the most out of your Viagra therapy. Asparagus, ginger and almonds. The quantities are not even high: 350 grams of asparagus and 15 grams of ginger per week, along with 30 grams of almonds per day. It is the anti-flop recipe in the bedroom, less expensive than the aphrodisiac oysters. To put it better, good sexual health comes from the table.

Aphrodisiac foods, those that are good for love, are asparagus, ginger and almonds. Asparagus is a source of vitamin E. If at least 300-350 grams per week are consumed, even cooked stimulate the production of male hormones also enhancing fertility. Almonds are rich in antioxidants and Omega 3, 6 and 12. Thirty grams a day have a positive effect on the sexual and reproductive capacity of man. The same is true for ginger rich in antioxidants.

To these you can add chicory and garlic. The first is a source of androstenedione, the recommended amount is 250 grams twice a week. Garlic instead contains allicin which increases blood flow. To combat impotence, you can try two cloves of garlic a day for three consecutive months. And the classics? They are worth it, too. Oysters, chilli and dark chocolate have aphrodisiac effects. To avoid excessive consumption of fried and sausages, coffee and dairy products, in addition to alcohol.

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