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Top 5 Ways Viagra Is Saving The World

5. Fighting Heart Disease

Some consider Viagra to be a risky venture for those with heart conditions, but a new trend is showing that when used in the right way, Viagra might actually be a major treatment option for heart problems like congestive heart failure. This occurs when the heart cannot pump enough blood to meet the needs of the  body, and can result in problems including a shortness of breath or palpitations.
Use of Viagra can increase the heart’s capacity to pump blood, solving the immediate problem, and can make it easier for heart failure patients to exercise – thereby strengthening the heart and guarding against future issues. The circulation problems caused by congestive heart failure can also cause erectile dysfunction, which just happens to be Viagra’s area of expertise.
As if all this wasn’t enough, Viagra has the beneficial side effect of lowering blood pressure, and is more cost-effective and less invasive than other treatment options. In short, Viagra might just be a miracle cure for millions of people worldwide living with heart problems.

4. It Can Help With Conception in Women
Viagra’s effects on the male reproductive system are well known, but it can help women as well – with a twist. When used vaginally, Viagra greatly increases blood flow to the uterine lining, giving fertilized eggs a much better chance of attaching and growing. Numerous factors affect how blood behaves in the uterine lining. Anything from inflammation to hereditary issues can cause problems with both naturally occurring pregnancy and in-vitro fertilization. Viagra has been shown to help these problems and can be an effective – though odd – solution for many women.

3. Fertilizing Plants
Viagra can apparently make plants just as perky as it can humans. A study at Bar-Ilan University found that when given to drooping plants, Viagra kept them taller, fresher, and even more colorful – with just 2% of the recommended human dosage.
The secret is in the drug’s key component: nitric oxide. When released from nerve endings in people, it tells blood vessels to relax and let more blood through, resulting in an erection in men. This same effect is being observed in just about every plant tested, and it may even start getting marketed to gardeners as an easy way to grow bigger and better flowers. More amazing still is its potential for improving the efficiency of large-scale agriculture, and the surprising potential for Viagra to help combat world hunger.

2. Boosting Growth for Underweight Babies
Nitric oxide doesn’t just help with erections and flower beds — it’s also used to sustain premature and underweight infants in intensive care. The treatment, called inhaled nitric oxide therapy, is incredibly important in the process of aiding growth in small babies but can result in complications afterwards. One of these conditions – rebound pulmonary hypertension – can be serious. At the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, a group of infants were used as subjects for this new treatment idea.
While being weaned from nitric oxide, 15 of the subjects were given a single dose of Viagra. None of the 15 experienced rebound pulmonary hypertension. In total, the babies who received Viagra were out of the ICU four times faster than those who didn’t.

1. Fighting Terrorism
In the fight against the Taliban, the CIA have often been forced to work with with Afghan warlords and tribal leaders, who often demand compensation for their time and efforts. The CIA had been using every resource available, including incentives such as cash, dental work and school supplies – until they realized something that changed everything. It turns out that even Afghanistan Warlords suffer from erectile dysfunction. Such a seemingly small revelation was rewarded when the CIA figured out that they could persuade local warlords to cooperate with their efforts in return for ED medication. In other words, they started bribing them with Viagra.
Many of these warlords had multiple wives – and like anybody required to please a bunch of women on a regular basis, sometimes they just couldn’t get it up. Such was the case with one 60-year old warlord with four wives who graciously accepted the CIA’s offer of Viagra. He repaid their generosity with detailed intel, including the Taliban’s whereabouts and supply route – and gave them permission to do whatever they wanted in the area he controlled. But not before asking for more Viagra.