Menscare report on the possibility of England's footballers using Viagra for the World Cup
12/29/2009

Leading online pharmaceutical supplier Menscare have long supported the all-round benefits of Viagra, and a recently published story about the drug has raised awareness of Viagra's other health applications.

Online PR News – 29-December-2009 – – Uttoxeter, England - Leading online pharmaceutical supplier Menscare have long supported the all-round benefits of Viagra, and a recently published story about the drug has raised awareness of Viagra's other health applications.

Having already qualified for the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa, the England team are already preparing in earnest. The team's training camp for the tournament is based in the high altitude of Rustenburg, and manager Fabio Capello is apparently considering using Viagra to help increase the squad's lung capacity.

Scientists and experts have long been arguing about the cardiovascular benefits Viagra can add to the human body, and the final decision of whether to use the drug before a game will be made between the management and England's chief physiotherapist, Gary Lewin. It will be up to the players themselves if they wish to use the drug or not.

The FA have commissioned sports scientist Richard Pullen to think of new methods to combat the altitude issue, and he says of Viagra: "It's scientifically proven that the process of how Viagra works in the body, by enlarging the blood vessels, can improve performance of some athletes. Also known as Sildenafil, it's been used by football teams in South America and some cyclists because it's not a banned substance."

"Although predominantly marketed as a drug to help with sexual performance, scientists have long been arguing for the case of using Viagra in aiding cardiovascular health." says Jackie Groombridge, Managing Director of Menscare. "That the England football team may be using it to improve their match day performance can only benefit the awareness and promotion of Viagra in improving the body's cardiovascular capabilities."