Super Avana contains avanafil, which improves ED, and dapoxetine, which prevents premature ejaculation. These ingredients act as PDE5 inhibitors and release nitric oxide that widens blood vessels in the corpus cavernosum, allowing more blood to flow and creating an erection.
Alcohol should be avoided while taking Super Avana, as it can lower blood pressure and lead to dizziness and fainting. Also, it can enhance certain side effects of the drug.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a common problem for men, but it is treatable. It can be caused by many things, including medications, aging, injury, and health problems such as diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure. It can also be a sign of emotional or relationship issues that may require counseling. Occasional ED is normal and can often be relieved by lifestyle changes, but frequent ED could be a sign of an underlying health problem that requires treatment.
Taking medication to help with ED can be difficult for some people, and it is important to take the correct dosage. Medications that increase blood flow can help, but they aren’t always effective. ED can also be caused by anxiety about sex or fear of losing an erection (genophobia).
Treatment for erectile dysfunction can include therapy, sexual arousal aids, and even surgery. Some of these treatments can be expensive, so it is best to seek treatment from a qualified healthcare professional.
Extra Super Avana is an oral medication that contains two active elements, Avanafil and Dapoxetine. Avanafil works by inhibiting phosphodiesterase type 5 and increases cyclic guanosine monophosphate levels. This leads to vasodilation, which allows more blood into the penis and causes an erection. It also helps reduce the frequency of premature ejaculation. It takes around 15 minutes to start working and the effect can last up to 8 hours.
If you ejaculate within less than 3 minutes after penetration and feel that this is a sexual issue affecting your relationship with your partner, you may be experiencing premature ejaculation. The good news is that PE can be treated with medications, a few behavioral techniques, and some lifestyle changes.
Behavioral therapy involves learning to control your reactions to sexual stimulation and using distraction techniques to delay orgasm. For example, you can practice naming sequences (like naming the businesses on your drive to work or names of members of your favorite sports team) or use a “stop-start” strategy during sexual activity in which you stop sexual stimulation if you feel like you are about to orgasm before you can finish.
Another option is to use anti-ejaculation wipes that contain benzocaine, which reduces sensation in the tip of the penis. If the cause of your PE is psychological or emotional, such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, guilt, or feelings of inadequacy, it’s best to seek psychiatric treatment from a psychiatrist, psychologist, or couples therapist who specializes in sex problems.
A urologist can direct you to these health professionals. Medications such as the phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors Stendra and Priligy also help with PE. They work by inhibiting the enzymatic action of serotonin at pre- and postsynaptic receptors in the corpus cavernosum, resulting in longer-lasting penile erections.