Is She Losing Sexual Interest Because Of This Habit?

Is She Losing Sexual Interest Because Of This Habit?

While reading a health magazine this morning, I stumbled upon an article that explained how a simple yet rather deliciously sweet habit can easily ruin a woman’s sexual interest.

As it turns out, eating too much chocolate can potentially sap your lover’s interest in getting frisky in the bedroom. Sure this may sound a bit crazy right now, but you’ll find out more when you follow along.

Now while chocolate is a known natural sexual booster, overindulging on this bittersweet treat can actually lead to the opposite. However, before I explain this more in detail, let me give you a quick rundown on its sexual benefits…

According to an Italian study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, chocolate contains two very unique components that don’t just intensify a woman’s libido, but also strengthen the sensations she experiences during lovemaking.

One of these is called phenylethylamine and it helps pick up the pace on the release of feel-good hormones, particularly endorphins, in the body when things get hot in the bedroom. Its most significant effect is helping cut back the time it takes for a woman to get fully sexually aroused.

The second is L-arginine, a type of amino acid that promotes the increase of blood flow directed to the female reproductive organs. Besides enhancing the pleasurable sensations a woman feels during foreplay and sex, L-arginine also helps ensure that she will be well-lubricated during lovemaking.

However, these are the effects when chocolate is consumed in moderation. When too much of it is eaten by a woman though, the effects can be downright opposite. Let me explain what I mean…

See, chocolate contains sugar, which doesn’t just give it its unique taste, but also neutralizes the natural bitterness of cocoa, its main ingredient. Now while having a bite or two of chocolate from time to time is just fine, eating too much of it at once leads to a sudden spike in a woman’s blood sugar levels.

Besides causing erratic blood pressure, too much sugar in the bloodstream can also temporarily numb nerve endings that can affect the pleasurable sensations a woman can feel during foreplay or lovemaking.

Just to make things even scarier, frequent unexpected spikes in blood sugar in a woman’s body also affect the release of sufficient libido-boosting hormones, which can cause her sex drive to dip down severely.

And this can lead to a lot of problems if you’re looking to give your partner an unforgettable time in the bedroom.

Keep in mind that too much of a good thing often results to the opposite. So make sure you remind your lover to take it easy on chocolate to keep things up to par in the bedroom.


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