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Alcohol Impotence

 

It's a very popular saying by Shakespeare for Alcohol that "it provokes and unprovokes. It provokes the desire but takes away the performance." Alcohol generally make people...

 

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Date : June 4, 2015

 

It's a very popular saying by Shakespeare for Alcohol that "it provokes and unprovokes. It provokes the desire but takes away the performance." Alcohol generally make people more eager to have sex, but less capable of the act. It is just good at lightning fire but doesn't help in burning a complete thing.

Health experts agree that small amounts of alcohol, particularly red wine, can be good for you. In small amounts alcohol can reduce inhibitions and increase sexual desire in both sexes. When consumes in moderate amounts can release sexual inhibitions, and temporarily enhance feelings of wellbeing. But over consumption gradually depresses those fleeting moments and eventually leads to alcohol impotence.

In men, alcohol causes impotence through several means. Long-term use of alcohol reduces testosterone levels and increases estrogen levels, which can result in impotence. Short-term use can cause transient impotence through its sedative effects. Additionally alcohol can affect the nerves of penis, causing neurogenic impotence.

Impotence is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse, and includes the inability to get an erection as a result of sexual stimulation. Most men will be familiar with the term "brewer's droop" - a temporary form of alcohol impotence that occurs when the average drinkers consumes" one to many". Clinical studies have shown that prolonged alcohol abuse causes irreversible damage to the nerves in the penis, which results in alcohol impotence.

Alcohol reduces sexual arousal in women as well as men. Alcohol can reduce vaginal lubrication by causing the body to send less blood to the genital region. In moderate or large quantities, alcohol can make orgasm difficult to achieve for women, just as it can be for men, whereas alcohol can interfere with the production of sperm in men. Alcohol use by men can cause abnormalities in sperm, making them less motile. When alcohol effected sperm causes a pregnancy, there is greater likelihood of miscarriage or birth defects.

The main causes that have come out to be major factors for excessive drinking are depression, anxiety and stress, and some psychological factors are also one of the leading factors that lead to impotence. Excessive drinking is often associated with other negative factors like smoking, over eating, lack of exercise and drug abuse, which adds on a step to worse condition.

The bottom line is that at best excess alcohol leads to chronic sexual under-performance and at worst chronic alcohol impotence.

The most important factor in seeking treatment for alcohol abuse is to acknowledge that a problem exists and that help is available. The problem can be treated early to overcome many of the adverse psychological effects caused by alcoholism.

Impotence drug therapy helps in the course of action for overcoming the problem caused by excessive intake of alcohol. Impotence pills such as Viagra, Cialis have proven to be very successful in treating impotence.

And also impotence injections can be used if there has been a vascular damage due to excessive alcohol, they provide a reliable, safe and effective treatment for alcohol impotence.

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