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Since the drug was originally tested for the treatment of Heart issues, Blood Pressure, Hypertension and Angina, it stands to reason there might be some value to extending trials to look deeper into related conditions.
Clinical studies show the active ingredient (Sildenafil), found in most ED drugs, can successfully be used in treatment for Circulatory Conditions, in some patients.
Studies reveal in some cases, it can treat and prevent High Altitude Pulmonary Edema, a condition associated with Altitude Sickness. Current research is being carried out, on the now common practice among some Mountain Climbers, to take Sildenafil before engaging in rapid descent.
Because high altitude atmosphere contains less oxygen, it is more difficult to get enough oxygen into the blood, to support strenuous physical activity, than it is at sea level.
Other uses of Sildenafil include recreational use among athletes, who have found that when Sildenafil opens their blood vessels, their muscles will expand, thereby improving their athletic performance.
Sildenafil has been found to improve cardiac output, and exercise performance, during Acute Hypoxia activity, in a significant number of participants.
It causes blood vessels in certain tissues, such as the lungs, to relax. This improves blood flow from the heart and increases oxygen transport to working muscles. A valid argument as Skeletal muscle tissue accounts for almost 40% of total body mass.
Many Amateur and Professional Bodybuilders, Fitness Models and general gym users, wishing to avoid products such as extreme Protein Carb Supplements, or worse, Supplements containing Steroids, but still looking for that extra edge to enhance training, have also found The Little Blue Pill to be an invaluable aid to exercise.
Since Sildenafil is effective and well-tolerated, increasing muscle blood flow significantly improves the muscle performance thus enhancing quality of the workout, often with impressive and lasting effects.
Research currently shows that Sildenafil may also be effective in treating jet lag.
The drug itself is evolving in its appearance. The famous Little Blue Pill will always be with us. But now there are Gel versions and currently trialing is a chewable variety! Development on a dissolvable tablet which fizzes when placed in the capillary-rich space under the tongue and dissolves in seconds.