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Viagra and Poppers Do Not Mix

Taking Viagra and poppers together has been practiced in the club and party scene since the 1970’s. The name ‘poppers’ is slang for a broad class of chemicals called alkyl nitrates, which are inhaled recreationally. The most common popper on the market is amyl nitrate, which was first synthesized in 1844 by the French chemist Antoine Balard. Originally poppers were sold in glass ampoules, which were crushed or popped to release the vapor, hence the name.

What is a Popper?

Popper is the name for a clear or sometimes yellowish liquid, usually sold in small brown bottles, with a distinctive intense, sweet aroma. These drugs can be taken alone or combined with other drugs for an enhanced effect.

Typically the bottle is opened and your thumb is used to close off one nostril, while the bottle is placed under the other nostril and the vapor is inhaled. The immediate sensation is one of light-headedness and euphoria. Popular brands of poppers include Bolt, Rush, Ram, Locker Room and Liquid Gold. Poppers are available in most sex shops and are primarily used to enhance sexual excitement.

The Sexual Effect

Taking poppers with Viagra is a popular combination in the gay and bisexual community because they are commonly used together to enhance sex. The inhalation of nitrates relaxes the smooth muscles in the body, and that includes the sphincter muscles in the anus to facilitate anal sex. The smooth muscles surround the blood vessels in the body and after inhaling poppers, those blood vessels dilate, causing a sudden rapid heart rate. The result is an increase in blood flow, which produces an adrenalin rush and feelings of euphoria that lasts for several minutes.

The Danger

Poppers and Viagra should not really be taken together, especially in men who suffer from a heart condition or abnormal blood pressure. The main concern when combining poppers with Viagra is that they both promote the relaxation of your blood vessels, causing your blood to surge to your brain and heart. As your blood pressure drops, your heart will have to beat even faster to maintain circulation.

Side Effects

Short-term side effects of poppers include an irregular heartbeat, light-headedness, headache and giddiness. More serious side effects of taking Viagra and poppers together includes heart palpitations, breathing difficulties and in extreme cases, a heart attack. Poppers can be hazardous to your health if taken by any means other than by inhalation. Swallowing or aspirating the liquid will not only burn the throat but it can also be fatal.

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