If you feel like it already affects you as a person, the way you feel and your relationship, do a double take, take a step back and decide for yourself if your bad vices worth it?
A man’s body should be taken care of. This includes proper hygiene, exercise and a good and healthy diet. With all that in mind, a man shouldn’t overlook their vices. For their bodies to be well taken care of they should also look into their vices. If a man has a certain vice that is considered to be bad for the body, it is best to think it through, if he should continue, lessen or totally stop it. Bad vices include smoking, drinking and over eating, these three are just some examples that are bad for the body and actually might affect ones performance in bed.
But how do your vices really affect your sexual performance? Below are some examples on why you need to think about your vices when it comes to the matters in bed.
- Sexual arousal will be lessened due to over consumption of alcohol, excessive eating and prolonged smoking habits. Even if alcohol is said to be healthy to consume in moderation or if it’s also alright to have once in awhile — too much of it can affect your sex life. Men’s erections will be challenging since it will be slower to take effect. On the other hand, women’s vaginas will lubricate slower. Delayed orgasm can also be an effect for the reason that the genitals have a decreased in their sensitivity.
- Slouching or bad posture is considered to be a bad habit or vice. If you tend to do this a lot, this may be the reason of your decrease in libido. The reason for the decrease is due to the alteration of hormonal levels which increases your stress hormones, thus decreasing your testosterone. Bad posture not only affects your outlook in life it can also hinder in your confidence and sex life.
- Being overweight can hinder the penis to get enough blood to produce or sustain an erection. Having that extra weight affects a males endothelium.
- Smoking can permanently damage your sex life because prolonged usage of cigarettes can narrow the arteries that can obstruct the blood flow to the penis. More smokers and former smokers are found to have erectile dysfunction.
- Stress is also a bad vice we don’t know we have. When a person is stressed the body produces more cortisol which is a hormone that has negative effects in the body that can psychologically cause us to have a low sex drive.
Bad vices or habits are bad in any way you look at it. Sex life or not, it’s your body that suffers the consequences. Think it through, there’s always a time to change. If you feel like it already affects you as a person, the way you feel and your relationship, do a double take, take a step back and decide for yourself if your bad vices worth it?