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Cialis and the weight problem

The people who are old will tell you how tired they feel. Not all the time, you understand. But they just seem to run out of steam and lie down in the middle of the day to recover. It never used to be like this. When they were young, they could run around at work and still have enough energy to live life to the full for the rest of the day. Now ask someone younger who’s overweight. It’s the same answer. They feel tired and listless a lot of the time. Their stamina has gone and, with increasingly less exercise in their daily program, what was a slow weight gain becomes an avalanche.

Interestingly, there’s quite a lot of research showing thin people have better stamina. They seem to maintain a better level of fitness. Physically and psychologically, heavier people find moving around more of an effort. They are more content to drop anchor on the couch, pick up a large bag of tasty snacks, and channel hop until something watchable comes along. This reflects a change in the body’s metabolism. As weight increases, hormone levels also change. When the testosterone of youth was pumping through the blood, activity levels were high. Now these men feel and act tired. Many also feel slightly depressed and, as most psychiatrists will tell you, depression is the enemy of libido.

In a recent study of men with a BMI of 30 and higher at the University of Buffalo, 40% were found to have unusually low levels of testosterone. This failure to maintain the level of testosterone rose to 50% in men diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. In a survey of French men, those classified as obese were more than twice as likely to report erectile dysfunction as thin men. Taken together, this could explain why millions of overweight Americans find difficulties in the bedroom.

This is not all bad news. A new study reported in the Journal of Sexual Medicine shows obese men recovered sexual function after going on a strict diet. This happened quite quickly as the weight was reduced. All the men found harder erections after losing 5% of their body weight. Interestingly, the nature of the diet made no difference. The revival of function came with the loss of weight, no matter how it was achieved. Unfortunately, the study failed to monitor the levels of testosterone. The main focus of the research was into Type 2 Diabetes and so the researchers only measured the levels of cholesterol and glucose in the blood. As a side effect, the men also reported less difficulty in urinating. The researchers speculate that just as a fall in the cholesterol levels may improve cardiovascular performance and reduce the risk of a stroke or heart attack, so a reduction in the level of inflammation in the blood vessels connected with the bladder function may ease urination.

So now the choice is yours. Cialis is an excellent drug and, in most men with reasonable levels of libido, it restores sexual activity no matter what your body weight. But if you want to feel better in yourself and improve your self-esteem, lose weight and save money on the Cialis. Would you rather be thiner and more active, or stay at your current weight and rely on a drug to keep you going?