How Coffee Leads To The Best Sex Of Your Life


Heat up the bedroom and beat erectile dysfunction with a cup of Joe.

According to a recent study published by the University of Houston, Texas — men over the age of 20 were observed to see what, if anything, in their daily dietary habits might help or hinder erectile dysfunction. What they found out is that men who drink up to three cups of the coffee a day have a much lower risk of experiencing or developing ED.

Two or three 8oz cups, or one Starbucks Venti, is enough to get the job done. However, researchers note that the more caffeine you drink, the less effective caffeine becomes in increasing blood flow to the important parts. Study participants consuming 85-170 mg of caffeine were 42% less likely to have ED problems. Men who drank up to 303 mg were only 39% less likely to have problems hoisting the mast. Though not noted in the study, the authors imply that too much caffeine has the opposite effect, especially for men who already have vascular or other circulatory issues.

It's been long held that caffeine is a vasoconstrictor, meaning your blood vessels get smaller, which increases blood pressure. But new reports are coming out boasting the health benefits of the world’s most widely consumed beverage. Your health teacher in high school had it wrong the whole time.

According to a report by the American Heart Association, caffeine has been linked to increased circulation. “This gives us a clue about how coffee may help improve cardiovascular health,” said Masato Tsutsui, M.D., from the University of Ryukyus in Okinawa, Japan. The 27 participant study shows that blood flow significantly increased in a person’s … finger, compared to those who didn’t have any caffeine at all. Participants experienced up to 30% better blood flow over a 75 minute period. How does all of this apply to the digit we care about most?

The same pharmacological blood vessel function that happens in your finger happens in other places too. The researchers at the University of Texas stated that the “suggested biological mechanism is that caffeine triggers a series of pharmacological effects that lead to the relaxation of the penile helicine arteries and the cavernous smooth muscle that lines the cavernosal spaces, thus increasing penile blood flow.” In laymen terms, this means that the cavernous space fills with blood easier when the arteries and smooth muscles relax because of the introduction of caffeine to your body. Surprisingly, coffee and its underlying Viagra substitute, caffeine, works on just about anyone. Even those with slightly elevated blood pressure and the overweight.

One medical condition caffeine has no effect on is men who have diabetes, since diabetics already suffer from a host of vascular problems. “Diabetes is one of the strongest risk factors for ED, so this isn't surprising,” notes study author, David S. Lopez of the University of Texas- Houston, School of Public Health. These two studies and many alike have begun to illustrate the health benefits of coffee. No wonder we have 7 billion people on the planet. Earlier studies have shown that with coffee as part of daily intake, the risks of dying from a stroke or a heart disease is much lower. Although not helpful for ED, high doses of coffee per day improve large artery function.

I'm not suggesting you pick up any habits if you don’t already drink coffee. Its main ingredient, caffeine, is an addictive substance after all. If you want to give this home ED remedy a try, please consult with your physician first. If you love your morning Joe, keep at it, just don’t over do it. The next time your lady friend offers you a cup of coffee, graciously accept one or more refills. You both might be happily surprised on the affect it has on you both.

Would you like more information on the subject?  Here is a good article on natural remedies for erectile dysfunction.


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