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Better Sensual Activity through Beer?

Author: John Dugan
by John Dugan
Posted: Nov 20, 2015

Ah, beer – the drink of choice for the vast majority of men, especially after a hard day’s work or when settling down to watch the weekend’s big game. But is it possible that this most enjoyable of beverage choices may also be a pathway toward better sensual activity? While maintaining a high level of male organ health is ultimately more beneficial to a man, recent stories have indicated that there can be a place for the beloved "brewski" in a man’s bedtime preparations.

Better sensual activity or worse sensual activity?

The idea that a little ale might make for better sensual activity gained traction recently due to media reports on a column from a sensual activity therapist named Dr. Kat Van Kirk. However, prior to this assertion, it was generally believed that beer more likely would have a negative effect on a guy’s bedroom performance.

The reasoning behind this is, naturally, due to the alcohol content in a bottle of brew. Many men are familiar with the concept of the "whiskey member" – a member that is attached to a man who has consumed too much alcohol and therefore has a difficult time getting a rise out of his manhood. And if he does manage to wake the member up, he has a difficult time convincing him to stand at attention for very long.

Where the nervous system is concerned, alcohol is depressive, which means that too much of it negatively impacts the male organ’s ability to perform. Not exactly a recipe for better sensual activity.

The case for beer

So why should beer, an alcoholic beverage, be exempt from the "avoid alcohol before coupling" rule? Basically, it’s because the level of alcohol in a bottle of beer is generally less than that found in "heavier" drinks. This theoretically keeps the beer from impacting the nervous system in the way that high-alcohol drinks do.

So if that’s correct, it would make sense that beer might not have a negative impact. But how might it make for better sensual activity? According to Dr. Van Kirk, there are four ways:

  • The longer-lasting effect. Beer contains phytoestrogens, naturally occurring nonsteroidal plant compounds that some people believe can help to delay male seed release. Based on this, the implication is that beer may allow a man to last longer before releasing.
  • The stamina plus. In addition, Dr. Van Kirk cites a study that found that people who drink beer tend to have greater overall health (and are less likely to have heart issues). Again, greater overall health is generally associated with an ability to stay sensually engaged for a longer period of time.
  • The drive boost. Dark beers contain more iron, and more iron in the system can help to improve circulation. This in turn is thought by some to both increase the desire for sensual activity and help keep blood flowing more easily to the manhood.
  • Beer belly benefit. While an extended gut is not good, a normal sized stomach theoretically benefits from the vitamins and nutrients found in many beers, aiding in digestion and therefore keeping a man more "in the mood" for sensual activity.

Ultimately, there haven’t been sufficient studies to back up the claim that beer makes for better sensual activity, so it’s probably wise for a man to continue to drink in moderation. He also needs to use a top-drawer male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) daily to keep his equipment in gear. A crème with a powerful antioxidant like alpha lipoic acid can help to minimize harmful oxidative stress to manhood cells. And one with L-arginine helps to boost nitric oxide, which in turn allows member blood vessels to be more freely accommodating to the rush of blood that keeps the manhood strong and healthy. An effective male organ health crème should be part of every man’s daily maintenance routine.

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