Cialis and alcohol

Cialis is a very popular medicine among men who have problems with low potency. Many men consider Cialis as one of the best drugs available for treating this type of problem.

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Since men often like to relax with an alcoholic beverage such as beer, whiskey, and/or other strong drinks, they often are concerned whether alcohol consumption is compatible with Cialis. Men are unsure what the consequences might be if alcohol is consumed while taking Cialis. The following discussion may help to provide clarity on this topic.

Generally speaking, it is not a secret that all alcohol is a potent substance containing ethanol. Alcohol is a substance, which has a powerful influence on the entire human body. Alcohol, when consumed in excessive amounts, can cause extreme intoxication.

When alcohol is consumed, ethanol leads to the depression of the human nervous system. Ethanol significantly reduces sensitivity and response to environmental stimuli. In this context, it can be suggested that alcohol consumption can be expected to lead to significant impairment in the proper functioning of the genitourinary system of men.

Effects associated with combining Cialis with alcoholic consumption can vary person to person. In general, responses can be classified into two types:

a) The onset of a powerful tide of vigor and energy, resulting in strong sexual arousal or willingness for sexual interaction.

b) With a significant increase in alcohol consumption with a normal dose of Cialis, a strong decrease in sexual arousal can be expected. This is associated with whole-body muscle relaxation, dysregulated breathing, and an inability to achieve an erection.

It is noteworthy that when alcohol is consumed in modest amounts, this does not cause changes to the reproductive system of a man. However, at times when alcohol consumption is in-excess, negative consequences to body functioning can immediately occur. Harmful chemical compounds circulate throughout the body for short periods of time resulting in decreased blood circulation.

Numerous clinical studies have shown that the simultaneous use of Cialis and alcohol consumption does not have a negative effect on cognitive function. The same can be stated for increasing blood pressure.

The safety of this drug is explained by the fact that Cialis demonstrates no interaction with the products of alcohol breakdown. Nevertheless, it is never necessary to over-consume alcohol as excessive quantities of ethanol within the body will always negatively affect human physiological function. For example, excessive alcohol consumption even in young men can be expected to lead to increased blood pressure, headaches and dizziness, tachycardia, nausea, and/or other negative consequences.

Low-quality alcohol consumption combined with Cialis also can provoke poisoning and intoxication.

If instructions for the use of Cialis are strictly followed, in such cases there should be no concern of possible consequences of combining this medication and alcohol.

Despite the fact that the compatibility of Cialis and alcoholic consumption has been clinically proven, there are still situations where one should not experiment.

This will primarily depend on individual characteristics of the user. With this, evidence suggests that it is not recommended to combine Cialis and alcohol consumption in the following cases:

  • low blood pressure
  • disease of the kidneys and heart
  • cases of dizziness, weakness, and headache

If a man demonstrates any of the aforementioned diseases or conditions, taking Cialis with alcohol consumption should be avoided because this can lead to unsafe side effects.