Mumbai: Are you in a mood of partying all night and spend the most romantic moments with your life partner? It’s a good idea to do so, but just be cautious that there is a moderate intake of alcohol while you decide to try out drunk sex.
Alcohol energizes you and get wild, but excess amount might result in unsafe sex. Relationship experts stated that getting over drunk might result in unplanned and unprotected sex. So it’s advisable to inform your partner before hand, which will help your partner to help you have safe sex. Also, a very small ‘dose’ of alcohol can extend the time that a nervous young man takes before he climaxes – thus combating any slight tendency to come too soon or experience mild premature ejaculation (PE). However, alcohol is definitely not a treatment for this condition.
Discuss with your partner about sex tonight:
Prior discussion with your partner will ensure that you both are willing to have sex with each other’s consent. This will in turn make your partner be more open and ever welcoming towards each other.
Keep your condoms on your bed:
Before you get high, make sure you keep your condom packet in and around your bed. So when you get into the moment of intimacy, seeing your condom in front of your eyes will remind you of using it. This will help you to have safe sex.
Getting over-drunk can also have its ill-effects:
Alcohol makes people far more likely to have unwise sex with the wrong person – and therefore to get pregnant, to catch infections, and to embark on affairs that cause marriage break-upsAlcohol makes people fuddled, so that they don’t take proper contraceptive precautions.
During 2008 to 2014, there have been conflicting reports about how safe it is for pregnant women. Some authorities feel that during pregnancy it should be avoided totally. At present we don’t know whether alcohol taken on the night of conception could be bad for the baby.
Alcohol is a major cause of impotence (erectile dysfunction). A lot of younger males don’t realise this because they think that booze boosts ‘horniness’. But as Shakespeare says in the Scottish play: ‘It increases the desire, but it takes away the performance.