Drugs and Alcohol

drugalocholSexual pleasure is a very delicate balance of body chemistry and blood flow. Any thing that interrupts that natural process is counter productive to experiencing true sexual pleasure.

There is wealth of information and links that could be here. A summary of all those links are as follows:

Alcohol: In small amounts alcohol may aid relaxation for some, which can help the sexual response. Be aware that alcohol has a negative impact on the liver and kidneys, reducing their cleansing functions of the body. Worse, alcohol can change and confuse the chemical signals in the body.

Marijuana:  Marijuana can help your mind and body to relax or stimulate euphoric sensation. However, there are different varieties with differing effects on the mind/body and it is illegal in many areas. (Read more…)

Methamphetamine/Crystal Meth/Tina: Methamphetamine is a accelerant which can elevate mood, increase alertness, and increase sexual desire in small doses. In high doses, it can induce psychosis, breakdown of skeletal muscle, seizures and bleeding in the brain. Chronic high-dose use can precipitate unpredictable and rapid mood swings, prominent delusions, violent behavior and erectile dysfunction. (Read more…)

If your medical situation allows it, a single aspirin an hour before sex will thin the blood, which increases blood flow. Increased blood flow allows:

  • more oxygen to the brain
  • better movement of the brain’s chemical signals around the body
  • better blood flow to the penis