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Is It Advisable For A Diabetic To Take Nitric Oxide
A gas that can directly relax vascular smooth muscle. It is used in the critical care setting to treat pulmonary hypertension. This can be seen in premature neonates with bronchiopulmonary dysplasia or neonates with congenital heart disease. It may be used in adults with severe pulmonary ...Read more
No: There are some "nitric oxide supplements" on the market used by weight lifters for muscle building. Actually Nitric Oxide is a gas produced spontaneously by the body that is important in a number of biologic processes. There is no evidence that "supplements" alter this significantly. For those weight training, a healthy diet, adequate hydration and proper technique are the keys to strength gains. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: While nitric oxide has been celebrated as the miracle molecule in medicine for its vascular relaxing effect, and studied and tried in treating pulmonary hypertension, its use in ED is still unclear. Yet, the "ending" product of PDE-5 inhibitors such Vaigra happens to be nitric oxide, which is known to relax smooth muscles inside sponge bodies of the penis so to enhance natural erection for ED... ...Read more
Nitric oxide is a leading, and supposedly healthy option in performance supplementation. I eat healthily and train daily...Is it alright to take ?
Meds: Yes, I see no contraindicationsGet a more detailed answer ›
Ambiguous: Forgive me...Might you mean "creatine" and Nitric Oxide supplements? These pre-workout compounds are used by some individuals to boost performance. These substances work via different mechanisms and metabolic pathways and their effects may be additive. Whether or not your physiology can utilize them without untoward effect is a question for a sports physiologist or trainer. ...Read more
Im a 16yrs old bodybuilder i want to buy nitric oxide. What is its side effects ? Do u recomended for me? And how much doze should I take to be safe?
Nitrous Oxide?: You do realize that you are asking this question of real physicians? I cannot think of any medical or health benefit for you to use nitrous oxide on your own. The physicians on health tap are not going to be acting like a drug dealer and not providing you with warning about drug use and abuse and the dangers of addiction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Nitric oxide dilates blood vessels & thus increases blood flow. Ginkgo thins the blood. So their is possibility of bleeding problems if both are taken, especially if one also takes ndaids or coumadin (warfarin). Discuss the benefit-risk ration of these 2 with your fp or internist or hematologist. ...Read more
Can nitric oxide help build your muscles or should i use creatine. will they both support muscle growth if so witch one helps more and if i can take t?
Wow, this is wrong: Ok, let us start with creatine. There is creatine supplements which give a temporary boost and yet, Maria Sharapova was taking a pill to get rid of creatine as a performance enhancer. This tells you how ridiculous the nonscientific supplement field is. Nitric oxide is broken down. You cant get a supplment for it, except viagra (sildenafil) stops its breakdown. That opens up lungs and is useful in sprints. ...Read more
Supplement woes: Majority of research around N-O and L-arginine suggests that these chemicals PREVENT hair loss. That does NOT mean your supplement is OK. Supplements are unregulated and may contain mystery ingredients. If you are a bodybuilder, perhaps you take testosterone (including injecting anabolic steroids BAD! BAD!) which accelerates male pattern baldness. Or you may just be naturally balding. ...Read more
Of course, NO is a: vasodilator of smooth muscles, the type of muscle cells in the walls of all veins & arteries, including the arterioles, the smallest arteries just prior to all capillaries, body wide. Arterioles, under brain (+ local feedback) control determine BP (in combination with cardiac output), 24/7, called TPR vs. CO in medical jargon, both controlled by brain/emotions 24/7 via autonomic nervous system ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe and in good sense to take nitric oxide while carrying out strong work outs while I am bipolor, taking lithium and invega (paliperidone).
Probably would avoid: There really is limited data about how "nitric oxide" stimulating supplements may interact with psychiatric medictions, so the better part of valor would be to avoid the supplement if possible. You can always review this with your psychiatrist if you feel strongly. interesting, lithium has been demonstrated to increase peripheral blood levels of nitric oxide too. ...Read more
I take nitric oxide supplement everyday. Is it ok to drink alcohol with it? 1-2 shots, not heavy drinking and not often. Once every few months
Nitric oxide: Is made in the body and has enormous significance. It is governed by yin and yang----not too much and not too little. I don't see how you can imitate mother nature by taking it and it is potentially harmful. ...Read more
NO2 Force L-arginine Nitric Oxide, is that bad to take with whey & creatine? and it says it helps with penis blood flow which I don't really need.
Key is to hydrate: You must hydrate REALLY WELL if u are going to take these for your workouts. Nitrous causes insensible water loss. Can also cause headaches too. And yes it can help erections and maintenance of erections. ...Read more
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