The Latest Research On Viagra Improving Exercise Performance

“A Stanford University study by Ann Friedlander and colleagues published in 2006 triggered the Viagra craze among athletes. The researchers found that Viagra improved cardiovascular capacity during exercise on a stationary bike at a simulated altitude of 12,710 feet but not at sea level. Viagra increased cardiac output (blood pumped by the heart per minute), stroke volume (blood pumped by the heart per heartbeat), and oxygen saturation (percent of red blood cells carrying oxygen). Cycling performance at altitude improved by 15 percent. The drug increased exercise capacity by reducing blood pressure in the lungs, which increases at high altitude. Not all subjects benefited from the drug— there were responders and non-responders. Other researchers confirmed the Stanford results and also showed that Viagra improved exercise capacity in people suffering from lung disease and heart failure.”

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