Can Viagra Improve My Relationship?

When we think about drugs like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra, we usually think of them as being solutions for a medical problem — specifically, erectile dysfunction, or ED.  And it’s true, these meds are all extremely effective at improving hardness and longevity of men’s erections — which is a medical effect.

But when you get right down to it, what we’re really trying to do when we try these medications is to improve our relationship with our partner.

While Viagra wasn’t designed specifically to improve relationships, it definitely performs consistently and reliably at improving male sexual performance, which we can probably all agree is an important component of any relationship.  But are couples who try these solutions actually happier than couples who don’t?

As it happens, the answer is “Yes”, but not for the reasons you might think.

In a study done by the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, researchers found that couples who used Viagra were in fact happier overall than couples who didn’t use these meds.  They also found, however, that the Viagra couples were happier before trying Viagra than the other group was, as well as afterwards.  This may sound confusing, but here’s what they concluded:

Couples who were already happy tended to try Viagra, while less happy couples didn’t tend to try it.

Another way to think of this is that couples who are healthy enough in their relationships to consider trying a relationship “booster” like Viagra will tend to be happier together than couples who aren’t open enough with each other to discuss these things.  And these open, happier couples will continue to be happier and healthier in general, simply because they have open lines of communication, willingness to try new things and a genuine interest in fulfilling their partner’s needs.

So, can Viagra improve my relationship?  We say yes.  And can the right non-prescription alternative do the same thing?  Again, yes.

Basically, a relationship is a partnership between two people, and partnerships are only worth having when they make you better as a pair than you are individually.  And that’s why every good relationship is made up of two people who sincerely want to make the other happy.  It’s really that simple, in our opinion.

And trying a tool like Viagra to “spice up” the sexual relationship with your partner can be part of your contribution to their — and your own — happiness.  Because even though the topic of sex, even in a committed relationship, is “not talked about” in American society because it’s perceived as “taboo” and “dirty” conversation, there’s no denying that an open, creative and romantic sexual relationship is vital to any successful partnership.

Which is precisely why we founded Active Herbals.  We wanted to provide consistent, reliable and powerful non-prescription alternatives to drugs like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra to couples everywhere, so that everyone has the opportunity to add some adventure and passion to their relationship with their partner, even if they don’t have access to these drugs through the medical system.

Remember, even though these non-prescription male performance enhancers are generally classified as “dietary supplements”, they are powerful, and should generally be treated as if they were the “real thing”.  That means, check with your doctor first, just to make sure that these supplements are right for you.  And once you’ve tried one of our supplements, we’d love it if you could rate that product on our site so that future couples have the benefit of your experience when making their decision, and so that we can keep only the most effective products in our lineup.

Not sure which supplement to try?  We’d suggest starting with our current staff favorites, Xzen 1200 or Prolifta.  We’ve gotten consistently great results with each of these products, but let us know what you think.

We’d love to help you take your relationship to the next level, so let us know when we do!

-AH

As we’ve mentioned, these statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Possible side effects may include dizziness, thirst, dry mouth, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. These products should not be taken by pregnant women or breast feeding mothers. Consult your physician to discuss any possible unwanted interaction with your prescription medications.

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