Uttoxeter, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 06, 2009 -- Leading online pharmaceutical supplier Menscare have long promoted the benefits of Viagra, but a European study by manufacturers Pfizer shows that 95 percent of men and women believe confidence is essential for good sex.
In the study, 84% of men also admitted that the ability to give their sexual partner pleasure was a root factor in their own sexual confidence, with 75% of women agreeing to the same statement. When asked if their men would like harder erections, 1/3 of women agreed and admitted it may improve their sex lives.
Over eight and a half thousand men and women were interviewed for the survey, with results varying across the different EU borders. 62% of UK men admitted they would like a harder erection, compared to 57% of French men, 50% of Belgian men, 47% of Swedish men, 46% of Romanian/Danish men, 42% of Dutch men and 41% of Finnish men. However, the one constant in the survey was that over 90% of people interviewed linked a lack of sexual confidence with a lack of general confidence in their daily activities.
"This survey by Pfizer goes to show physicality isn't the only factor that comes into play when it comes to sex," says Jackie Groombridge, Managing Director of Menscare. "Sexual confidence also plays a huge part in lovemaking and daily activities. Some men find that, for whatever reason, their sexual confidence is low because of outside influences such as erectile dysfunction. This shows what a great aid Viagra is when it comes to getting and maintaining an erection, raising confidence and helping men worldwide with their sexual prowess."
To find out more about Menscare and Viagra, log on to http://www.menscare.com/viagra.htm. Alternatively you can call on either 01889 569467 or 01889 569178.