Lyriana Facts Sheet
What is Lyriana?
Lyriana is a worldwide patented
topical gel which can be used both for female sexual enhancement, as
well as to combat symptoms associated with female sexual dysfunction.
It can be used occasionally to improve sexual function and to heighten
arousal, or used on a daily basis for long-term benefits
What are the advantages of Lyriana?
has put together several of the most important features when looking
for a high quality sexual enhancement product. Below is a list of those
Lyriana promotes blood flow to the vaginal tissues to promote sexual arousal and sexual pleasure.
- Promotes Vaginal Health
Unlike many products on the market, Lyriana is able to promote blood
flow into the tiny capillary networks of the vaginal tissues to further
increase arousal and promote vaginal health.
- Stimulates Natural Lubrication
In a long term study of menopausal women using Lyriana on a daily basis
subjects reported a decrease in vaginal dryness with resulting
improvement in overall sex life.
Visnadin is a natural product extracted from the Ammi Visnaga plant,
known to Egyptian medicine as an antispastic and vasodilatory
substance. This remarkable ingredient is largely responsible for
Lyriana?s long term benefits and ability to increase circulation within
the capillary network.
- Patented Formula
Lyriana is a worldwide patented product that was formulated for its
combination of vasoactive agents and their use in the treatment of
female sexual dysfunction.
- Clinical studies
Lyriana is able to back its claims with both short and long term
clinical studies on menopausal women. These clinical trials prove
Lyriana?s vasoactive properties and show its ability to improve sexual
Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD)
Sexual Dysfunction is classified as a loss of sexual desire or arousal,
discomfort during intercourse, vaginal dryness, diminished blood flow
to the vagina, trauma-related aversion to sex, and/or the inability to
achieve an orgasm.
Approximately 40 million American women are affected by FSD.
JR, Berman L, Goldstein I. Female sexual dysfunction: incidence,
pathophysiology, evaluation, and treatment options. Urology.
The National Health and Social Life
Survey, a probability sample study of sexual behavior in a
demographically representative cohort of US adults ages 18 to 59, found
that sexual dysfunction is more prevalent in women (43%) than in men
(31%), and decreases as women age.
Laumann EO, Paik A, Rosen RC. Sexual dysfunction in the United States: prevalence and predictors. JAMA. 1999;281:537-544.
Prevalence of Conditions linked to FSD
like high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol disrupt blood
flow which can lead to sexual difficulties. If you are having trouble
becoming or staying aroused, reaching orgasm, or have become less
interested in sex, it is possible that your problems are the result of
a medical condition. The American Heart Association estimates the
- 55.2 million women have blood cholesterol levels of 200 mg/dL or higher.
- 19.7 million women have blood cholesterol levels of 240 mg/dL or higher.
High Blood Pressure
- 39.0 million women have high blood pressure
- 7.9 million women have are diagnosed with diabetes
- Estimated 2.1 million women are undiagnosed
Hormonal changes and FSD
FSD is often caused by changes in hormone levels. The delicate balance of
hormones in a woman?s body can be affected by a myriad of factors
including birth control, child birth, pregnancy, menopause, side
effects of medication, and thyroid disease. Although most of these
factors are easy to detect others, such as thyroid disease are less
According to the
Cleveland Clinic, about 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid
disease. People of all ages and races can get thyroid disease. However,
women are five to eight times more likely than men to have thyroid