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Low Sex Drive Caused by Illegal Drug Abuse

Methamphetamine, gateway drugs and hallucinogen drugs can all lower sex drive and inject toxic chemicals into the body. Men and women who abuse drugs are more likely to see a drop in testosterone and estrogen; human hormones essential to a healthy sex drive. Years of drug abuse can constrict blood flow, elevate neurotransmitters, i.e., dopamine and prostaglandin, and desensitize the body’s ability to stimulate the sex hormones for an orgasm.
 

Marijuana Effects

Marijuana abuse raises the level of the inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E-2, which can induce inflammation in brain arteries, constricting blood flow to the brain and sex organs. These narrowed arteries require higher blood pressure to pump blood to your brain, while prostaglandin E-2 can loosen the brain-blood barrier and increase the drug's penetration into the cerebrospinal fluid leading to the following consequences:

  • Hypertension
  • Headaches & migraines
  • Blurred version
  • Brain disorders
  • Liver and kidney inflammation
  • Damage to the reproductive organs, e.g., prostate, uterus, cervix, bladder and urethra. 
Methamphetamine Damage

Methamphetamines are toxins poisonous to cells. Exposure to methamphetamine chemicals can ruin your nerves, leading to sexual exhaustion. Meth, short for methamphetamine, stimulates the release of catecholamines from sympathetic nerve terminals, particularly of dopamine in the mesolimbic, mesocortical and nigrostriatal pathways. The brain's acetylcholine and parasympathetic nervous functions are responsible for sustaining an erection during sex.  The chemicals in methamphetamine gradually take over acetylcholine in the brain and nervous system, causing the brain and autonomonic nervous functions to become disordered.  The neurotransmitter nitric oxide and dilator cGMP become suppressed, leading to weak erections.
 

Cocaine and Ecstasy Effects

The brain's acetylcholine and parasympathetic nervous functions are responsible for sustaining an erection during sex.  Chemicals found in cocaine and ecstasy gradually take over acetylcholine in the brain and nervous system, causing the brain and autonomonic nervous functions to become disoriented.  The neurotransmitter nitric oxide and dilator cGMP become suppressed, lowering sex drive, causing impotence and the disabling the body from reaching an orgasm.
 
Men may fail to achieve orgasm due to the lack of acetylcholine, which helps link the sympathetic nervous functions for the release of norepinephrine and epinephrine, hormones that trigger orgasmic contractions in the pelvis. Long-term abuse will gradually shut down seminal production and testicular functions; ejaculation will become less frequent and ultimately stop completely. 
 
Ecstasy will also destroy serotonin-producing neurons in the brain that regulate sexual activity, aggression, mood, sleep and sensitivity to pain.  Despite the claims of ecstasy being a sexual enhancer, many men complain of decreased sexual function during or after ecstasy use.


Improve Sex Drive

Males who have abused drugs for years will see a reduction in testosterone levels and a lack of acetylcholine. Men looking to improve their libido may try herbal formula for helping restore testosterone levels and increase acetylcholine, while men who have abused marijuana may benefit from Cannabis Detoxification For Poor Erection Recovery to help reduce improve blood flow, control ejaculation, boost testosterone and stimulate the nerve endings of the penis to experience an orgasm.
 
Women may benefit from herbal formula to help balance out estrogen and testosterone levels necessary for reaching an orgasm. Women who have abused marijuana may also try a Botanical Formula For Detoxify & Intensify Orgasm to help balance the body’s acetycholine levels and improve the quality of an orgasm.

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