Most people start their morning with a cup of aromatic coffee, which has both invigorating and tonic effects. At the same time, rarely anyone thinks about the interrelation of such concepts as coffee and potency in men. Experts have shown that such a tonic drink is not always useful for both women and men. In order to figure out whether coffee affects men’s health and potency of men, it is necessary to study its properties, especially the preparation and contraindications for use. In fact, coffee can have beneficial or negative effects on male potency depending on how it is prepared and consumed.
Production and composition
Coffee is made from the fruits of two trees – arabica and robusta. They are quite different from each other in taste, cultivation methods, and other points. Arabica is a fastidious plant that is not easy to grow. But its grains have a rich taste.
When growing robusta you do not need to create any special conditions, since they grow well in any environment. But its grains have an increased amount of caffeine and have a bitter aftertaste. Manufacturers often in the manufacture of coffee mix these two varieties. But the highest grade is still considered only Arabica.
Coffee has a complex composition, which at the moment has not even been studied. The composition of the grains includes minerals and trace elements, beneficial amino acids, caffeine, phenolic compounds, trigonelline, mineral salts, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and chlorogenic acid. There are more than 2000 (!) Components in total – that is why such a unique taste and product advantages. The main ingredient, of course, is caffeine, which stimulates the central nervous system, and short-term memory and gives the morning energy boost.
Positive and negative effects of coffee on male potency
There are no direct effects of coffee on the potency in men. But there is an opinion that a cup of flavored drink drunk in the morning will be useful if intimacy is expected in the evening. At the same time, there are many factors proving that excessive consumption of a drink still has a negative effect.
On the one hand, due to its subtle, unique, and attractive aroma, coffee for men is a recognized aphrodisiac. Its taste, pleasant smell, and invigorating effect increase sexual arousal and desire, which significantly prolongs love libido.
In moderate quantities, coffee to some extent increases the potency by improving general health and relieving feelings of fatigue. Caffeine is able to accelerate the achievement of an erection and prolong the time during which a man can maintain it.
Beverage gives a charge of cheerfulness and mild nervous excitement will only improve the quality of sex.
In addition, caffeine has been proven to improve male fertility. Sperm quality is improved by increasing sperm motility.
But the abuse of the product has a negative effect on the potency in men. The fact is that grains contain plant hormones, which in their composition are analogs of the female hormone estrogen.
Excessive consumption of coffee drinks contributes to the accumulation of estrogen in the body of a man and reduces testosterone levels. Over time, this can lead to obesity in a man by the type of female figure – fatty deposits on the abdomen and sides, breast enlargement.
At the same time, too much caffeine intake can have a negative effect on the central nervous system. Constant overexcitement leads to its depletion, the stimulating effect becomes weaker and shorter, and the feeling of depression and fatigue reduces the potency of a man.
Health benefits of coffee
If a fragrant beverage is consumed in reasonable quantities, it has a positive effect on the human body:
- speeds up metabolism, and digestion, and has a beneficial effect on intestinal function due to vitamin PP (niacin);
- increases vitality, energy, gives vitality;
- facilitates the respiratory function of patients with bronchial asthma, as it affects the brain centers responsible for the respiratory system;
- reduces the intensity of symptoms of allergic reactions, dulls pain, relieves spasms, triggers tissue regeneration, and activates metabolic processes.
What coffee to drink?
In order to avoid the effects of harmful effects on potency, it is necessary to abandon the soluble low-quality drink and reduce the consumed dose.
And it should be necessarily freshly ground coffee powder, cooked according to the rules – brewed in the Turk, and not in the coffee machine. The natural product will not bring harm, but will only please with exquisite taste and charming aroma.
What coffee to choose?
The only natural, high-quality coffee will help a man to always be in shape and maintain sexual function. Therefore it is worth taking seriously the choice of coffee products. True coffee connoisseurs and experts give some useful recommendations:
Do not take coffee, sold by weight, as it is in the process of lying and loses its valuable properties. This is due to the influence of light and oxygen, which destroy everything useful in the product. Take coffee should be in a sealed package.
Pay attention to the date of manufacture. This does not affect the beneficial properties of the product but affects the taste. Grains that have been roasted retain their flavor for a month.
it is preferable to buy whole green beans, rather than purchase it pre-roasted or ground.
Fry the beans at home, so you get the best taste and aroma.
How Much Coffee Is Healthy to Drink?
The permissible amount, which certainly does not harm the body, is no more than 2-3 cups a day. When recalculating consumption rates by the amount of caffeine, adhere to the following approximate guidelines:
- 80-180 ml of caffeine is contained in one cup of freshly brewed beverage;
- the instant drink contains 60-100 mg of caffeine;
- in a cup of tea, depending on the type and variety contains from 25 to 75 mg.;
An important feature: a drink without caffeine also contains this substance in the amount of 1-5 mg per cup.
It is strictly forbidden to drink coffee even in small quantities with the following health problems:
- Gastritis and peptic ulcer disease;
- Intestinal diseases;
- Cirrhosis of the liver;
- Increased eye pressure, which leads to visual impairment and atrophy of the optic nerve;
- Acute pathologies of the heart and blood vessels;
- Nicotine addiction.