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Not All Penis Enlargement Pills Are Safe

Penis enlargement supplements like those provided at Penile Plus have been on the market for years. Nowadays, you can get penis enlargement pills everywhere including on TV, your e-mail, radio, mail, printed media, etc. At first, there were very few penis enlargement supplements and most people were not aware of them.

However, over the years, other supplements have emerged thus flooding the market. Many people think that these pills are fake and hence unreliable but others have tried these supplements and they know that they are safe, reliable and effective.

Indeed, some of these penis enlargement supplements work very well while others are dangerous and they can have negative side effects on your body. Therefore, before you buy or start using any of the supplement, thorough research and/or getting professional advice is recommended. 

There are different types of penis enlargement supplement depending on factors such as the ingredients used, purpose, price, etc. Hence, when looking for a supplement, you need to know what you want to avoid making a mistake.

For instance, if you are looking to enlarge the size of your penis, certain supplements can help you with that but if you are looking to increase the size of your penis plus boost sexual performance, intensify your orgasm or help you heighten arousal, you need to look for a supplement that can offer such benefits. 

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To thoroughly research about the supplement, read about the ingredients used, how the ingredients are incorporated in your body and if there are any potential side effects. You might be looking for a supplement that has a specific ingredient or the one that has few side effects.

However, you should not consider the price of a supplement as the determining factor because some supplements might be costly but unreliable or have serious side effects and vice versa.

Yohimbe is one of the ingredients used in making sex supplements. This ingredient has been used for centuries around the world especially in Asia and South America.

Some of the side effects of using a supplement that has Yohimbe as an ingredient include a running nose or a red face. However, some people might develop a high heart rate, blood pressure or fever.

Therefore, the side effects of using these supplements can vary from one person to another. Also, the severity of these side effects can be determined by the ingredients used or the amount of the supplement consumed. 

Normally, sex supplements work by increasing the flow of blood to the penis thus increasing circulation. Depending on the type of the supplement, this increased flow of blood boosts sexual performance, arousal and the size of the penis.

Sometimes, a man can last longer because the flow of blood to the penis is constant and increased during sex. If you are considering using penis enlargement pills, you are supposed to be very cautious.

The first thing you need to consider before taking any of these supplements is your health condition.

Secondly, don’t buy any of the supplements because it is backed by the word ‘natural’. Some of these supplements are not reliable and they might cause serious medical issues.

Finally, if you have researched well and you cannot make up your mind, get recommendations or directions from your doctor instead of taking chances.

Non-Nano Titanium and Zinc Dioxide UV Filters

The industrial manufacturer, Kobo, just began producing a line of non-nano, titanium and zinc dioxide UV filters intended for use as sunscreen additives.  This initiative was precipitated in response to the company’s establishment that many contemporary consumers have concerns about the potential health risks that can result from utilizing nano particles as additives to sunscreen. 

The scientific application of Nanotechnology is to cut the particles that form chemicals down to just 100 nanometers thick, which is about 1/100,000 of a sheet of paper’s density.  Due to nano particles smaller size compared with human blood vessels, these particles have the ability to absorb into the skin more rapidly and deeply than typical chemicals can. 

Anxieties have been voiced by a variety of sources regarding nanotechnology’s rising application without proper regard for safety testing.  Some studies have determined that these minute particles are unlikely to penetrate the skin’s protective barrier into unsafe territory inside the body.  However, other researchers have concluded that nano particles do permeate these structures.  Other studies have shown that nano particles can build up inside human bodily organs.  Animal research infers that the nano particles can even invade the immune system and accumulate in the blood, brain, nerves, and bodily cells.  

In an American UCLA study, researchers’ findings were that a possible cancer and genetic disorder risk exists for those working with elevated concentrations of Titanium Dioxide nano particles.  It’s been advised that consumers should avoid spray-on sunscreens that contain the additive as inhilation of these particles may be unsafe.   Scientists have determined that more human study is necessary to adequately understand the effect of Titanium Dioxide nano particles on human health.  A team conducting research for the EPA will be conducting an investigation on the use of titanium dioxide’s use in sunscreen. 

It’s clear that labeling requirements of nano particles aren’t required in most countries.  Therefore, most consumers are likely uninformed about what nano particles are present in products.  The United Kingdom government’s reaction towards nanotechnology’s application in consumer products was released in March 2010, and is dedicated to enforcing the mandatory labeling of cosmetics that contain nano particles by 2013.

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However, the British government has been criticized for avoiding vital issues surrounding nanotechnologies, such as the need for a mandatory regulatory system and bridging research gaps.  Their plan was set to establish a clear trajectory

to propel this technology forward, but contrary to this goal, the government only repeated what citizens had already been told and failed to take action on many concerns among citizens.  

In some countries the debate on nanotechnology safety has even become volatile.  In France, the environmental organization, Pieces et Main d’Oeuvre (PTO), have protested at gatherings held to debate this type of technology with consistency. Held in October 2009 to January 2010 and arranged by the Commission of Public Debates, the PTO has disrupted meetings, asserting that all vital decisions had been made. 

A warning was issued by Germany’s Federal Environment Agency (UBA) against using products that contain nano particles due to the unknown risk to the environment.  The UBA purports that significant holes exist in nanotechnology study data and a concern for human and environmental health still exists even though Germany established a commission for nanotechnology.  The UBA holds that the initial step in regulating nano particles should be mandatory labeling and a register that lists all products that contain nano particles.  

A recent Northern Ireland Biomedical Science Institute study exhibited a potential association between brain disorders like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Diseases and nano particles.  Consumers must be provided with transparent product labeling at the very least to aid them in making informed choices about the use of products that contain nano particles. 

Rising nano particles quantities are depositing themselves into waste-water streams.  Additionally, it is found among industrial waste.  It’s ambiguous whether nano particles interact with contemporary waste water treatment systems.  Due to the concern about nanotechnology among consumers, researchers, and scientists, it’s imperative that the world’s governments and health authorities offer measures to ensure product safety for all.