Forzest is a medication that is very similar in its effectiveness and properties with the popular drug used as therapy for erectile dysfunction (ED) called Cialis. Forzest is formulated with Tadalafil, which is a substance that has a similar chemical formula with Sildenafil, which is contained in Viagra. Tadalafil belongs to the category of ED remedies that inhibit the action of phosphodiesterase found in the penis tissues, also known as PDE5. This is why these medications are entitled PDE5 inhibitors. Forzest (Tadalafil) is unique and different, however, because it has differences in terms of effects duration when compared to other PDE5 inhibitor drugs like Sildenafil or Avanafil. While they all have the same mechanism of correcting the physiological deficiencies that cause the erectile problems, Tadalafil is able to function significantly longer than Viagra. Specifically, Forzest is able to work for up to two days after its ingestion, and at least 36 hours of effective action. The unique biochemical profile of Tadalafil when compared to other PDE5 blocker drugs led to the nickname of “the weekend pill”. Forzest is also absorbed faster than other similar medications, which enables it to reach the target blood vessels in the penis quicker. Forzest (Tadalafil) is specifically approved by medical and pharmaceutical experts for ED symptom relief, but it may be used off label as therapy for other conditions, like pulmonary hypertension. Whatever the purpose, make sure to talk to a qualified physician and undergo an accurate medical assessment prior to considering Forzest as treatment for any sexual problem.
How does Forzest achieve its beneficial effects in terms of restoring the erectile capacity and improving the sexual drive?
Tadalafil that is contained in Forzest pills is rapidly absorbed into the digestive system and reaches the bloodstream. From there, its target is the blood vessels in the penis, which are structured into special formations called the cavernous bodies. These modified blood vessels are able to dilate to a great extent, which is the main process that leads to an erection. The main component that triggers the dilation of the blood vessels is cyclic GMP, which is released after the action of nitric oxide originating from the nerves located in the penis. The beneficial effects of cyclic GMP are stopped, however, by the PDE5 enzyme, which chemically neutralizes this substance. Forzest is able to inhibit phosphodiesterase type 5, which normally results in greater amounts of cyclic GMP being available for erection stimulation.
If you experience nausea, headaches, abdominal disturbances and pain, or nasal congestion, then report these unpleasant signs to your physician. They may be side effects of Forzest, although the probability of unwanted effects is very low and they are typically temporary, undisturbing events.