It cannot be denied that vardenafil HCl is the most effective erectile dysfunction (ED) medication there is to date. In fact, it even beats Viagra, the pioneer when it comes to ED medications. According to surveys done, Viagra only has an efficacy of 84% in treating male impotence whereas vardenafil HCl has 86%. That additional 2% is actually a big difference because it at least reassures you of getting the erection you need that no other ED drugs can. Nevertheless, the one thing that pops up to the mind of people who have not used vardenafil HCl as of yet is, “is it safe?”
Vardenafil HCl is belongs to a group of drugs called PDE5 inhibitors. This is the same group where Viagra belongs to. To date, there are actually four drugs that belong or are classified as PDE5 inhibitors – Viagra (sildenafil), tadalafil, avanafil, and vardenafil HCl. Continue reading
HGH (Human Growth Hormone) is a hormone that is naturally secreted by the pituitary gland. This hormone is responsible not just for the growth and development of the body, but also for boosting our immune system, recovery from injury, memory, stamina, energy, libido, and many more. The production of HGH in our body is at its peak during our youth. However, as we grow older, the production of HGH decreases which is why we are no longer able to take advantage of what HGH gives to our body.
These days, HGH supplementation is rapidly becoming popular as an ideal way in improving skin texture, energy, and muscle tone. There are some who uses HGH for building up muscles and losing deep fat, and there are others who use HGH for its anti-aging properties. Yes, HGH has anti-aging properties as one of the hormone’s main characteristics is the regeneration of cells. Thus, if facial skin cells are regenerated, it is as if you are defying your current age and looking much younger than that. Continue reading