Although there is nothing wrong with moderately enjoying your favorite drink every day, simply going overboard and abusing the whole thing will lead to embarrassing problems the next time you and your lover get frisky in the bedroom.
So if you’re looking to keep your sex life in check and always give your partner the satisfaction she deserves, here are a few reasons why you shouldn’t abuse alcohol even once…
Too much alcohol can eventually lead to erectile dysfunction.
According to scientific studies, while alcohol does have some health benefits when consumed moderately, it can cause the veins and arteries that channel blood throughout the body to constrict over time when abused. Besides considerably cutting off blood flow, it can also lead to blockages that can cause aneurysms and stroke sooner or later.
The lesser the amount of blood that gets to the erectile tissues that line the penis, the weaker the subsequent erections will also become. The effects could even be irreversible if not taken care of properly as soon as possible.
And here’s a myth about erectile dysfunction that you should never believe.
Too much alcohol can decrease sexual performance.
Now while men have the ability to get sexually aroused at the drop of a hat, abusing alcohol can easily disrupt the way your body reacts to sexual impulses that the brain gives off when things get hot in the bedroom. This simply means that although you think that you’re ready to get in on between the sheets with your partner, you’ll just see yourself unable to perform physically.
And just to make it even more disappointing, you won’t feel the pleasure that you normally experience during sex in case you’re able to get an erection because excessive alcohol numbs the sensitive nerve endings in the penis.
Too much alcohol can curb your sexual stamina.
As I have pointed out earlier, drinking excessively can make the arteries and veins responsible for blood flow to shrink. This simply means there won’t be enough blood to make you achieve a stable erection and you’re sure to last sooner than you’d like to because you won’t have enough energy to get the job done.
Blood is responsible for transporting nutrients and energy to the rest of the body. If you’re not distributing enough of it to your system, then you can expect your muscles and joints to unexpectedly tire out as soon as you’re just getting ready for action in the bedroom. It’s safe to say you will only just last a few minutes or even shorter.