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Sexual performance: beneficial

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August 6, 2009

Source: Daily Mail

Women who drink wine enjoy better sex lives, a university study revealed yesterday. A study among Tuscan women discovered that one or two glasses a day could lead to a more fulfilling life in the bedroom.

Experts from the University of Florence, Italy, quizzed 800 women between 18 and 50 at Santa Maria Annunziata Hospital about levels of their sexual satisfaction. Using the Female Sexual Function Index – which is used by doctors to assess women and sexual health – it emerged that drinkers scored higher than teetotallers.

January 28, 2009

Source: University of West Australia

Men who drink a couple of glasses of wine a day may be guarding themselves against impotence, says a recent study.

According to research from the University of West Australia, there is a correlation between moderate alcohol consumption and lower rates of long-term erectile dysfunction (ED).

July 28, 2004

Source: Dr Alexander Sheludko, Ukraine

A luxury hotel in the Ukraine is prescribing regional wine and herbs to fight a multitude of health problems from cardio-vascular illnesses to impotence.

In the Crimean tourist resort of Alushta on the Black Sea, Dr Alexander Sheludko has nine different wine and herb infusions to prescribe for various health-related problems. Sufferers of cardio-vascular problems are given a mix of Madeira, vodka, honey and almond and those with ‘chronic fatigue’ are given a potion of Cabernet Sauvignon, rosemary and sage to be taken three times a day.

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