Why A Bad Tooth Can Affect Your Sexual Performance

Why A Bad Tooth Can Affect Your Sexual Performance

If there is one thing that I always remind guys about, it’s keeping oral health at an optimum level.

Having even a single bad tooth can significantly affect your performance in the bedroom. Let me explain how…

So here’s the situation. Let’s say you’re not taking good care of your teeth and one of them inevitably gets chipped. Now while the teeth are one of the strongest parts of the human body, they don’t have the ability to heal themselves.

This means unless you seek proper dental attention, a damaged tooth will continue to get worse over time and no amount of brushing or mouthwash gargling will bring a tooth back to full health.

When the damage in the tooth becomes critical, it will start to become painful. This pain will intensify as the tooth gets more and more damaged because bad bacteria are easily able to get inside the tooth.

The nerves inside the tooth also eventually become infected. This will lead to even more pain and discomfort – especially when it comes to making love with your partner – which we will touch on in a few moments.

When the harmful bacteria have completely infiltrated the tooth, it will begin to rot from the inside. This is what is commonly known as tooth decay which also signals the start of the decline of your sexual performance.

I know this sounds a bit crazy, but here are the two primary factors that make it so…

Firstly, tooth decay sets off chronic bad breath, which is one of the things that can instantly ruin your lover’s mood for sex. No matter how much you’ve prepped up for sex, your partner won’t be too excited to jump in bed with you when she gets a whiff of your awful breath.

Secondly, the bad bacteria dig into blood vessels that line the tooth and gums and then slowly. make their way inside the bloodstream which disrupts the flow of blood by constricting veins and arteries.

When this happens, the erectile tissues in the penis do not have a sufficient amount of blood to firm up during sexual arousal. This you will either get a weak erection or none at all.

This sounds really horrible, don’t you think?

Don’t wait until things get worse. Make sure you make an appointment with your dentist as soon as your tooth gets chipped or something similar occurs to prevent this from happening to you anytime soon.

(Now here’s why you shouldn’t wear pants that are too tight.)


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