The most important thing you can expect from Cialis is a proven ED medication that works FAST with fewer side effects than other ED medications. When taken as directed, Cialis will begin working within 30 minutes to an hour, with effects lasting up to two days! This does not mean you will be ready to go for two days straight, but rather Cialis will remain in your system ready to go whenever you are, but only when you need it. Cialis is the ED medication that millions of men can count on, time and time again.
Whatever you may think of the morality of the big pharmaceutical manufacturers, they have managed to invent some very useful drugs over the last fifty or so years. Everything from physical painkillers to antidepressants, from drugs to prevent heart disease to others to help you quit smoking. They have a slightly thankless task. There are some terrible diseases out there that would kill you soon as look at you. With the help of a big range of antibiotics, many now breathe easier in their beds at night. Yet there are a few situations in which the manufacturers may have “invented” a medical problem and then developed a drug to “cure” it. The academics who have nothing better to do than write clever articles in journals call this medicalization. Take the fact that every healthy woman will have a period and some find this uncomfortable. The doctors have been persuaded to call this the Premenstrual Syndrome and there are now drugs available to control the pain and reduce “abnormal” levels of bleeding. It’s rather the same with weight loss. All you actually need do is eat less, yet there’s a massive industry designed to suck money out of your pockets to do the job for you. And then we come to acne which is now a major disease affecting millions of people a year. . .
Now no one’s suggesting that erectile dysfunction is an imaginary disease. It’s been a major problem for centuries, shaming and embarrassing the young and the old, the rich and the poor. Since the arrival of the little blue pills in 1998, a lot more men have rediscovered their self-confidence and now enjoy a good sex life. That’s no doubt a welcome outcome, but is the enjoyment of sex a lifestyle choice? Look at it this way. Suppose you are a school board in Milwaukee and you run a limited budget for a health plan. Your teachers managed to persuade the politicians to add ED drugs to the list of approved treatments when there was a surplus in the accounts. Now it’s costing you $800,000 a year. Do you think this is a high-priority medical problem or should the cash reserves be kept for cancer, heart disease and other more serious diseases?
When the school board cancelled the ED drugs, the teachers union sued. It alleged discrimination. Women teachers were allowed treatment for loss of sexual satisfaction. Men were denied their pills. Welcome to 2011 and the good news that common sense has just prevailed. With the cost of the ED drugs now over $1 million per year and the school board now looking to cut teaching staff to reduce the deficit, it made no sense to continue the case. The only people who complained were the attorneys who suddenly lost a big earner. Well who cares about attorneys? Only their mothers. So teachers of the world, if you find the stress of trying to teach the youth of today is affecting your sexual performance, remember Cialis is the best remedy. Cialis has earned the nickname as the weekend pill for a good reason. Or, if you prefer the once-daily version, you can enjoy sex whenever the opportunity arises.