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Sex While High Or Drunk

Sex While High Or Drunk – Is It Really Better? Facts And Myths

Do stimulants such as alcohol and drugs affect sex? And if so, how? Is it worth using alcohol, marijuana or more powerful drugs? Is sex while high really different from sex while sober? Is it possible to intensify your sensations this way? In the article below we will try to answer these questions.

Drunk sex: facts and myths

We often use alcohol in stressful situations. Why? Because it relaxes us and revives our faith in ourselves and our own strength and abilities.  Of course, alcohol does not solve any problems and you should be aware of this. However, even a small amount makes us bold – this is why, most likely, many people drink before they plan to have sex. Surely you know such people, or maybe you yourself have reached for a glass before meeting a woman or right before sex? Of course, there is nothing wrong with that,  that is, under certain conditions: first, that this does not happen often, secondly  – that you do not drink a lot. However, remember that alcohol is not really necessary to have good sex!

Is sex while high on alcohol more enjoyable than sex while sober? It depends on many factors. As already mentioned, alcohol relaxes us. Drinking one or two glasses of wine increases the desire for sex, the senses are sharpened, and the stimuli seem more intense. You can smell the scent of the other person very intensely, the lovers get rid of their insecurities and are more willing to speak openly to each other about their sexual fantasies. It all makes sex a fantastic experience. However, if we drink too much alcohol, it can end very badly for us. In the best scenario, we lose the desire for sex, because drinking large amounts of alcohol inhibits the nervous system, which leads to indifference. Much worse, however, are the other effects of sex while high on alcohol:

– unconscious sex,

– sex with casual partners with whom we would never end up in bed if we were sober,

– lack of control resulting in sexually transmitted diseases,

– unwanted and unplanned pregnancies,

– loss of self-respect.

 

Alcohol abuse and erectile dysfunction

Unfortunately, alcohol abuse leads to many unpleasant consequences. One of the very painful problems for many men who drink too much alcohol is a serious sex performance problem. This problem is manifested primarily by erectile dysfunction, as well as premature ejaculation. This situation is very dangerous, because problems in bed can increase alcohol consumption – and the vicious circle goes on. Therefore, if you start having problems in bed and you drink a lot of alcohol – do everything it takes to eliminate this stimulant! Alcohol abuse sooner or later leads to erectile dysfunction!

What else can cause erectile dysfunction?

Of course, erection problems can be caused by various things. Alcohol is not always to blame, especially if you drink  occasionally and do not get drunk notoriously. Erectile dysfunction can be caused by, for example, chronic stress, illness, taking drugs, quarrels with your partner, fear of sex, taking steroids or anabolics.

It’s good to know that sometimes alcohol can be a cure for erectile dysfunction. How is this possible? If problems with erection are caused by a psychological issues, alcohol can relieve tension and help in achieving full erection. Warning! We are talking about small amounts of alcohol! Sex while high on large amounts of alcohol can be dangerous!

Drunk sex

How does alcohol affect potency?

Potency is a term referring to both the body’s ability to respond to sexual reactions and the sexual performance. Unfortunately, in some situations, potency can be disturbed, which can cause:

– the lack of sexual arousal,

– the lack of genital reaction to sex,

– problems with ejaculation,

– premature or late ejaculation,

– difficulty in reaching orgasm.

Problems with potency can be caused by alcohol and you should be fully aware of this. The negative impact of alcohol on potency can be associated with a short-term or a long-term substance abuse.

  1. Short-term consumption of great amount of alcohol may lead to the slowing down of the central nervous system, and as a consequence, to preventing the stimuli from reaching the body – the sexual sphere ceases to matter to us.
  2. Long-term consumption of alcohol damages the liver, which is responsible for the proper metabolism, also of testosterone that is responsible for sex drive. Drinking large amounts of alcohol therefore causes a significant decrease in testosterone levels, and consequently a permanent decline in libido.

High sex

High sex: facts and myths

Drugs, just like alcohol, can give us courage and greatly enhance our self-confidence. Unfortunately, in many cases drugs can affect us much more than alcohol, so you have to deal with many unpleasant consequences, especially the absolute lack of control over your behavior. We strongly suggest saying NO to drugs, especially while experimenting with sex – sex while high on drugs is not a good idea!

Sex after drugs

Well, but what happens if you do have sex while high on drugs? Much depends on what kind of drugs we are talking about; marihuana can influence our sexual behavior in a totally different way than MDMA, cocaine, heroin or the hallucinogens.

Drugs can initially increase libido, heighten sensations and significantly diversify sex life. However, in the end, drugs win – not only with sex, but also with family life, with love, and with our own health.

High sex Or Drunk sex – conclusion

Stimulants such as alcohol in small amounts can help us make connections with people and release stress and tension – they can also help us establish closeness in our relationships. Moreover, they can affect our libido in a positive way. Consuming large amounts of alcohol and drugs, however, especially notoriously, does not end well – it causes erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, problems with reaching orgasm, lack of interest in sex and impotence. Furthermore, sex while high can be very dangerous – do you really want that? Certainly not!

Last modified: June 21, 2018

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