Kamagra: UK and EU Men with Diabetes Can Prevent the Symptoms of ED - Kamagra Online

  • Marvin Applegate
  • 06 Mar 2018
Kamagra: UK and EU Men with Diabetes Can Prevent the Symptoms of ED

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common problem among men with diabetes and it is estimated that 35% to 75% of diabetic men suffer from ED. Men who have diabetes tend to develop erectile dysfunction 10 to 15 years earlier than men who don't have diabetes. Along with using effective anti-ED treatment medications like Kamagra, UK and EU men who have been diagnosed with diabetes can also adopt healthy lifestyle changes to counteract ED.

Some of these include:

  • Eat a healthy diet : A heart-healthy diet can improve blood flow throughout the body including the penis.
  • Get regular exercise : Just 30 minutes of walking each day has been linked to a 41% drop in the risk of developing ED.
  • Deal with stress and relationship issues : All kinds of stress can impact a man's sexual health so talk about problems with your partner to reduce resentment and anger.
  • Quit smoking : Men who smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day have a 60% higher chance of developing ED compared to non-smokers.

Kamagra UK and EU's favoured treatment

Kamagra contains sildenafil citrate which is a substance that boosts nitric oxide availability and improves blood flow to the penis. As a result, it becomes far easier for a man with ED to achieve erections that are firm enough for sex after taking Kamagra.

  • You can expect the effects of the medication to last 4 -6 hours in the body.
  • It is important to understand that the medication works in response to sexual stimulation.

How can I buy Kamagra tablets?

You can buy this medication from leading online pharmacies without the need for a prescription. If you choose to order Kamagra, UK delivery takes 2 - 7 working days and 10 - 14 working days in the EU. Customer service is also normally available via live chat 24/7 should you have any queries.

Marvin Applegate

About Marvin Applegate

Although Mr. Applegate has several medical degrees with a doctorate in Urology, he prefers not to prefix his name with or be referred to as doctor. His personal belief in the treatment of men's sexual health is that it needs to be handled with the utmost care and sensitivity and in order to create a better rapport with his patients he chooses to be seen as more of a friend then a clinical, medical professional. Mr. Applegate graduated from Dublin University and decided to specialize in Andrology which focuses specifically on sexual health problems that are unique to the male anatomy. He has since published numerous medical journals as well as two books on men's sexual health and is a greatly respected pioneer within the medical community.