New Nitric Oxide Delivery System Could Boost ED Meds
Written by Richard Simmons| Monday, 27 June 2011| There is 1 comment
A team of scientists have developed a new delivery system for the all important compound nitric oxide (NO) which could potentially function as a booster for the erectile dysfunction medications Viagra, Cialis and Levitra.
Nitric oxide is the compound in the body which makes blood vessels expand and therefore allows blood to flow into the penile artery which in turn produces erections. Men who have large amounts of nitric oxide in the body will obviously have better and harder erections.
The new research will also be very useful for men who suffer from heart problems, skin problems and injuries which are taking time to heal. It also has a possible application in preventing blood clots and nerve communication within the body.
What the drugs Viagra, Cialis and Levitra do is send a signal to the body to produce nitric oxide but do not actually contain the compound themselves. Experiments have already been done with trying to deliver nitric oxide directly into the body but this often ends up with problematic side effects. With the new delivery method, the nitric oxide is released very slowly and this is why the side effects are manageable. The actual method of delivery using new technology is explained in detail in the recently published Journal of the American Chemical Society.
While Viagra, Cialis and Levitra cure most erectile dysfunction in some cases they are not enough. Most of the time erectile dysfunction is simply a vascular problem and that is why these drugs are effective but if it is because of some other medical issue they just will not work and this is where slow releasing deliveries of nitric oxide could come in handy.
Getting proper medical advice to fully understand the nature of your erectile dysfunction is essential for getting a good treatment for it. It is possible to have an online consultation at the Ukmedix web site to discuss whether you could be helped with either Viagra Cialis or Levitra.