Data shows that viagra prices are guaranteed to soar if the British government doesn’t get a favorable deal done with the EU!

NOOOOOOO!! That’s the expected sound coming from so many bedrooms all throughout the UK when the news does eventually hit the fan. Britain’s presence in the EU did have some benefits after all, contrary to what Rees-Mogg would have us think. Over the last couple decades there has been less tariffs as well as easier movement of products and goods across member state borders. This has made life so much easier for both retailers and consumers within the UK. It brought cheaper prices, in addition to easier access to goods and services all throughout the British economy, including pharmaceuticals. With Theresa May and the rest of those twats fumbling around with a deal that could determine so much to the average consumer in the UK, the process of stock-piling products has begun – and viagra pills are one of these. According to the the most recent data, one in every five men in the UK use viagra,- that probably includes Nigel Farage – a whopping 4.3 million men-, little does he know that he may be out of his viagra supply sooner rather than later, and for good.1

Viagra stockpiling Mania

The Mirror recently published an account of a well-known digital healthcare company stockpiling more than 1 million in viagra pills as fears continue to rise that there would be no Brexit deal to usher in a smooth exit of Britain from the EU.2 Even the massive companies have signalled that they’re taking steps to make sure they’re not caught with their proverbial ‘pants down’. The US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has also hinted that it has begun the process of stockpiling pills to brace for potential shortages in its supply chain. The potential effect of this on the average user of viagra can be enormous. As noted earlier, approximately 20% of men in the UK are active users of the sex enhancing drug. Shortages effectively mean skyrocketing prices, and skyrocketing prices may just mean softer penises all throughout the UK.

If the seriousness of this concern hasn’t hit home yet, think about it this way. Probability would dictate that most likely the next man you meet is a user or has been a user of viagra at some point. That’s a whole bunch of grumpy men and their partners walking past you on your way to work.

How prevalent is impotence

The widespread prevalence of impotence and erectile dysfunction is something which has been taken for granted for much too long. As far back as the 18th century it was rumoured that Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were unable to conceive due to Louis’s impotence. This became a matter of international significance due to the need of an heir to unite in strong alliance the Bourbons and Habsburg dynasties, French and Austrian empires – a pity there was no viagra at the time though. In later centuries, people have also sought more herbal and ‘natural’ means to excite the natural passions and allow for a lasting erection.

Some natural ways to improve your sex drive includes:

  • Get More sleep – Getting sufficient levels of sleep is critical to your overall health and well-being. Ensuring that you get sufficient sleep also reduces stress.
  • Consider foods which increase testosterone levels – Fruits and vegetables like bananas, beet root, watermelon (which contains citrulline), are known for increasing testosterone levels.
  • Maintain a healthy diet ie. avoid foods with saturated fats.
  • Have more sex – Ever heard of the phrase ‘fake it till you make it’? Engaging in the act of trying to get aroused can in and of itself generate higher testosterone levels.
  • Exercise more – Exercise helps boost testosterone levels naturally, and obesity does just the opposite.
  • Limit Alcohol intake – Alcohol is known for increasing metabolism and eliminating testosterone from the bloodstream. Keeping alcohol intake to a minimum is guaranteed to keep your testosterone levels higher.

Although natural remedies have proven effective, viagra has provided the most sustained and successful results in recent times, leading to satisfied users and one can assume satisfied partners who’ve become loyal customers. Couple this with the fact that viagra has also proven to be the safest form for medicated sexual arousal( once used as directed), and the fear of a potential shortage due to Brexit becomes even more real.

The use and prevalence of viagra has become such a norm that its now a product which is sold ‘over the counter’. As recent as of 2018, men have been allowed buy the pill Viagra Connect at select pharmacies throughout the UK without a prescription. Although it is subject to certain basic restrictions eg. must be over 18, and must be physically able to use viagra (after a short consultation with the pharmacist about your present health condition), viagra is now as accessible as say a panadol or ibuprofen. The ease of access and safety of viagra has resulted in enormous commercial success and millions of satisfied customers.

Hard Brexit = Soft Penis?

A leaked NHS Brexit warning reported by the Mirror revealed the actual reality of the fear among members of the British health sector.3 The memo forwarded by NHS Providers details the real possibility of actual medicine shortages at hospitals throughout the UK if the Brexit deal doesn’t go through smoothly – these shortages also include viagra pills. Essentially the information forwarded claimed that if a deal isn’t reached by the deadline of 29th March 2019 this will result in the stockpiling of medicine and widespread shortages. Basic economics would dictate that shortages and the hoarding of a particular product will effectively result in massive price increases. With 4.3 million men dependent on viagra, and not to mention their partners, getting Brexit right ought to be imperative for Prime Minister Theresa May and her government.

Maintaining access to essential life-saving drugs ought to be the main priority for government officials, health-care professionals and NHS Providers. Saving lives ought to be the most important priority when shortages are in question. However, with this in mind, maintaining an industry worth in the billions of dollars (like viagra) is not only prudent as it concerns the overall UK economy but also the overall health of those suffering from ED and other forms of impotency. A hard Brexit deal, or even worse, none at all, would mean a catastrophe for the UK economy. But, maybe almost as bad would be the rise of impotence and the overall impact that this would on the health and even psychological well being of men and their partners. A hard Brexit is guaranteed to result in soft penises all throughout the UK. Now no one wants that do we!  

  1. Buying Viagra – BBC
  2. Viagra Stockpiling in the UK – The Mirror
  3. Leaked NHS Brexit Warning – The Mirror

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