April 9, 2024

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Weekend Pill

Weekend Pill

The term “weekend pill” typically refers to a medication called Cialis (generic name: tadalafil). Cialis is an oral prescription medication used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED) in men. It is also sometimes prescribed to treat symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a condition characterized by an enlarged prostate gland. Cialis is commonly referred to as the “weekend pill” because it has a longer duration of action compared to other similar medications used to treat ED, such as Viagra (sildenafil). While Viagra is typically effective for about 4-6 hours, Cialis can remain active in the body for up to …

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Afternoon sleep is increased by the memory of children

According to a study in the USA in the afternoon, about an hour’s sleep after eating, increasing the children’s memory.  Researchers found that sleep three to five year-olds have a better way to remember your text. University of Massachusetts researchers studied 40 children and sent its report to the National Academy of Sciences . These children do not sleep after taking 10 present more than those who slept kept remembering things . Similarly, researchers closely monitored in the laboratory were 14 other children . The researchers found that during sleep the brain moves . According to researchers, children who sleep …

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