I love a jigger or two of my favorite bubbly once in a while, but after having been married to a religious 5 O’clock happy hourer…for 24 years… the after effects in our bedroom exercises have been disastrous to say the least. Sexual love making activities are such a bonding, a relaxing, a sharing of many basic needs for both men and women.
Our children can feel the tenderness or lack of tenderness we actively express as parents to one another. When we share our love making performance abilities to please our partners, and feel accomplished about that… we can feel and express contentment, inwardly and outwardly. Our children learn a great deal from their observation from us!! We are their primary examples on human behavior…..
So think about it!! If driving a motor vehicle has such potentially disastrous effects for ourselves and others…. how could love making performance and satisfaction for ourselves and others be effected oppositely? We are all intelligent here, and we have choices in life as mature thinking adults. With knowledge and responsible thinking, we can make changes in our own behavior toward the improvements… in health and in many aspects of our lives. This key ability differentiates us from basic animals…we know!!!!
God Bless All!!
The sedative effects of happy hour alcohol, are known to impair the male sexual function response. Drinking a bubbly alcohol, generally believed to be a stimulant, is actually a depressant of the central nervous system (CNS), brain and spinal cord drinking in any quantity. It is because alcohol, like cocaine, marijuana, and other narcotics, suppresses our inhibitions and leads guys to believe they are the world’s best lover. Even drinking a couple of bubbly alcohols before sex can be a performance problem and your bedroom exercise activities can be disastrous. Drinking bubbly jiggers also suppresses his testosterone levels even in happy hour drinkers by suppressing the secretory activity of the Leydig cells.
As your happy hours get’s older, the bedroom exercises problem side effects will happen more often after drinking. And, Viagra will not be of much help. But, there are some treatments that may help.
In my clinical practice I have seen this occur with any type of alcohol, mostly in men over the age of 30 or so. But, mainly problems with arousal are associated with alcohol and with beta blockers (a type of medicine used to treat high blood pressure) and some other medicines.
However, what this person describes is not erectile dysfunction, it is actually anorgasmia. This is something I have seen only rarely associated with alcohol alone.
Most often, it is a temporary, reversible side effect of some types of medicines that target serotonin. For example some antidepressants can cause this.
My main point here is that this unfortunate man is looking for advice in the wrong place. Sometimes sexual dysfunction is the first indicator of an otherwise undetectable serious illness.
I would urge anyone with this type of difficulty to seek a complete evaluation from their MD and carefully come up with a treatment plan. Guys can try natural sexual health treatments for performance improvement.