So who needs nitric oxide?
Everyone needs nitric oxide to perform essential procedures in the body. From a bodybuilder’s view, nitric oxide supplementation may prove useful in increasing muscle development due to an increases in blood flow to particular areas of the body. Further, men suffering from impotence problems may also discover supplementing with nitric oxide useful. One sign of deficiency is the inability to reach and keep an erection. Other signs can be physical weakness and severe fatigue.
What are the side effects?
With any amino acid including arginine, overdose is possible. Dosing with too much arginine can cause diarrhoea, weakness and nausea. Clear dosing instructions have not been proven, so it is better to do what is referred to as “forbearance mapping”. Take a little dosage for one week, note the benefits and the unwanted effects, and increase the serving till the benefits are maximized and the side effects minimized. Over time you will hit the optimal dosage.
Washington Times and erectile dysfunction
It’s interesting to note that in an article in the Washington Times they mention arginine as a nonprescription alternative to erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction can be the first warning sign for men regarding cardiovascular disease. If blood flow is being impeded to one part of the body you can rest assure its being impeded in other parts of the body. You’ll be happy to know that each serving of cardio 5000 contains 5 g of arginine. This is more than enough to supply your body what it needs to produce nitric oxide. If you’re interested in other nonprescription treatments for erectile dysfunction check out the article in the Washington Times.
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Washington TimesErectile dysfunction: Four non-prescription treatment optionsWashington TimesL-arginine is an amino acid necessary in the manufacture of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is an important factor in vascular health and the regulation of blood …
Too Much Sun?
Worried about getting too much sun? New research coming from the BBC is indicating that more time in the sun can be healthy. In fact, they believe the benefits outweigh the risk. Find out more about the benefits of Sun exposure in the BBC article below.
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BBC NewsSun’s blood pressure benefits ‘may outdo cancer risks ‘BBC NewsProduction of the pressure-reducing compound, nitric oxide, is separate from the body’s manufacture of vitamin D, which rises after exposure to sunshine. Researchers said that unti …