Monday, 25 January 2016

Viagra Hope For Diabetes


 Viagra could help prevent diabetes in millions of people,a study reveals.

 Those with the most common form produce too little insulin or their body no longer responds to it.

 According to SUN newspaper, experts found the sex drug, also known as sildebafi, boosts sensitivity to the hormone in individuals who are on the brink of diabetes. They claim a daily dose could help stave off the disease.

 Lead researcher, Dr. Nancy Brown of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, Tennessee, US said, "we need additional strategies to help slow the progression from pre-diabetes. Viagra and related drugs could offer a potential avenue"

 Viagra works by boosting levels of a chemical called cGMP, which increases insulin sensitivity. Researchers also found the drug seemed to reduce kidney and heart disease risk. Similarly, Viagra allows men with erectile dysfunction (ED) to achieve and sustain an erection when sexually aroused.

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