The “blue pill” is over 20years old now and what once started as a last resort for tired old men is now becoming the norm for many younger males who are worried and have performance anxiety.
The famous pill was launched in 1998 as the first prescribed oral solution available for erectile dysfunction.
Huge campaigns, famous faces in Hugh Hefner and Pele raving about it created Billions in sales. Now the famous drug is even more omnipresent.
Its users now appear to be getting even younger.
This new generation of young males under 40 is using the ED drug out of fear of being unable to perform. Or to live up to unrealistic perceptions of performance.
Some studies suggest, younger men who take the blue pill to deal with psychological barriers. This may include anxiety & stress around performance during bedtime.
Other younger gentlemen take it recreationally to aid in encounters with the possibility of a new partner insight. Other men are using drugs quite often with other narcotics and heavy drinking.
Should yout take blue pill in your 20s?
If younger gents are genuinely worried about act performance and it is causing problems, anxiety and distress then it is fine. If you complete a serious of questions with your GP / online pharmacist, or at your local chemist and they give you the ok, then it is ok to take.
However, while taking the pill has some legitimate use in younger men, it can also be problematic.
Absolute, it will give you a good performance. However, the pill may not necessarily remove those feelings of stress & anxiety related to a nice time encounters.
As with all drugs it can have health consequences, especially if it is taken as part of a night out drinking
The pill solutions lower blood pressure. And although that is not an issue on its own, if it is combined with other drugs with similar effects, the results may end up being serious.