We have a group of Italian researchers to thank for kick-starting research into red wine and sex, back in 2009.
However, just as with women, a few too many drinks and all alcohol, including red wine, can have the reverse effect, lowering testosterone and decreasing the sex drive.
Apparently, if you want to have amazing sex and get a nice little buzz going on, you should reach for a bottle of red wine, because recent research found that people who drink moderate amounts of
Low and behold: The answer when you’re trying to amp up your sex life? Look no further than drinking two glasses of red wine. It’s as simple (and savory) as that. Consider this on date night with bae.
Apparently, red red wine does make one feel so fine and in more ways than a mellow ’80s reggae hit would have you believe.
Whereas a little wine can boost your sex drive, excessive consumption of alcohol can lead to impotence in most men. If you must drink, do it in moderation. Physicians have shown that a glass of red wine can offer adequate oxidants to fight free radicals and improve sexual desires and performance.
A couple of studies have revealed that if you’re looking for a specific drink that actually does boost the sex drive in both men and women, red wine should be your drink of choice — not a pint
Why is Wine and Sex a Thing? In 2009, an Italian research group published a study that showed a correlation of drinking wine –specifically red wine– increased the sexual appetite of women. The study queried 800 Italian women who drank red wine, other alcohol, or no alcohol at all.
Is your favorite drink blocking your ability to have an orgasm? A cocktail or glass of wine can help us to relax and even feel a little sexier. But does it actually result in better sex? Probably not.
A new study suggests that red wine can help prevent cancer, but another says that too much booze can be bad for your breasts.
A study performed in Italy that recorded data from 800 women aged 18 to 50 revealed that the compounds that are present in red wine may actually enhance levels of sexual desire in women more so than the chemicals found in other alcoholic beverages.