“It’s normal for passion to die but it’s not normal to kill passion”
You have tied the knot and now you want to squeeze the maximum out of your marriage, you want to take your partner in bed; you want to discover her body, you want to enjoy all your marital bliss and pay all your marital debts.
All of us – women and men – think of sex, want sex, and look for sex. A sexual relationship is a source of immense pleasure. It is an effective stress-reliever, and it creates a profound feeling of intimacy, well-being, satisfaction and relaxation. But for some the spark ends even before ignition, the honeymoon ends even before beginning.
About 300million men, 15%of the total male population suffers from erectile dysfunction and the worst part is that most of the patients don’t want to share the issue because they think it to be a sexual problem.
The most widespread factor that disrupts sexual life is erectile dysfunction it’s a genital disorder wherein you are unable to sustain your erection vital for sexual gratification. ED is not a new phenomenon, beforehand it was thought to be a recurrent age problem. Thanks to modern sciences that outshined the myth and produced proper treatment for erectile dysfunction.
The year 1998 proved to be a boon for the sufferers of erectile dysfunction because in this year three FDA approved prescription drugs were launched christened Viagra, Levitra and Cialis.
Levitra is the newest FDA approved prescription drugs for solving penis erection difficulties. It is a PDE-5 inhibitor; it helps to increase the flow of blood and thus allows erection to stay longer which in turn leads to satisfactory sexual intercourse.
The onset time of Levitra is as fast as 25 minutes and its effect lasts for nearly 24 hours, it is a sexual stimulator, it can not lead to direct erection. The product has been clinically shown to improve erectile function even in men who had other health factors, like diabetes or prostate surgery.
Levitra is available in tablet form in the following strengths: 2.5mg, 5mg, 10mg and 20mg. The maximum dose of Levitra is one pill per day. The usual starting dose of Levitra is 10mg once per day (60 minutes prior to sexual activity).
The dose can be titrated up to 20mg or down to 2.5mg based on efficacy and side effects. Levitra can be taken without regard to food.
Conclusion: The logo reveals all about Levitra, the candle in the logo is a metaphor of the “heat of passion” and the flames signify the “fire of romance”.