Reality about viagra

images (8)  Fact and fiction, myth and reality; they go hand in hand. Ever since Viagra hit the headlines as an anti-impotency pill some years down the line, lots of Viagra talks have been doing the rounds, making it all the more difficult for a mere mortal to see the fine dividing line between Viagra myth and Viagra reality. What is assumed is a far cry from what really is, and it might sometimes be a cause of heartburn for people, who have placed their trust and built their sexual faith on the Viagra myths.

images (10)The most common Viagra myth which can have dire consequences among people playing the sexual game is the image of Viagra as an aphrodisiac, a wonder drug that can weave its magic on the male libido. Many feel that once Viagra waves the wand, the waning male phallus gets alive and kicking, ready to perform the rituals with gay abandon, whatever the condition of the case of the dysfunction may be.

Well, in reality, this is just plain day dreaming, as Viagra is neither an aphrodisiac nor a magic seed that can make you a sexual superman. Please, Viagra is just a drug for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Lots of people fail to get an erection that can give them the necessary rigidity to have sex even after taking Viagra. Well, they are still caught up with the Viagra myth that Viagra gives you an erection, no matter what.

images (11)Well, well, Viagra can help you only when you are sexually stimulated. So, don’t expect an instant resurrection of the boner; if you fail to breathe fresh life into it. Viagra badly needs a catalyst, an on the spot spur, or a tingle in your groin to keep you going, else Viagra is helpless. You also have a part to play and keep the ball rolling in the court or else it will remain a dead log,

And yes, we get too carried away by the saying, “It is all in the head.” To a certain extent, it might be true to say that sex is not just about physical connection, but it is also wrong to say that sex is all about mental merger. Viagra has more to do with giving a physical impetus to male sexuality, and less to do with boosting the morale of a sexually repressive and regressive male.