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100+ Health Benefits in SEXUAL INTERCOURSE

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Astonishing Health Benefits in SEXUAL INTERCOURSE

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"If you are in good mood, it is a safe bet that the last thing on your mind is to boost your immune system or maintaining a healthy weight. also having good sex offers those health benefits and many else more. This is a surprise to many people, says Joy Davidson, Ph.D., a New York psychologist and sexologist. "Of course, sex is everywhere in the media," she said. "But the idea that we vitally , sexual creatures is still partially with disgust or in other cases saw little embarrassing. So you should really take a look how our sexuality adds to our lives and improve our lives and our health, both physical and psychological, the eye is opened for many people. "

Sex does a body good in a number of ways, according to Davidson and other experts. The benefits are not just anecdotal or hearsay - each of these benefits sex health supported by a scientific control.

Sex relieves stress

"One of the great health benefits of sex is lower blood pressure and overall stress reduction, the researchers from Scotland who reported their findings in the journal Biological Psychology opinion. They studied 24 women and 22 men, records will be kept on their sexual activity Then the researchers subjected them to stressful situations, like public speaking noted their blood pressure were those who had sex response to stress better responses to stress than those who engaged in other sexual behaviors or abstained ..

Sex reduces blood pressure

"Another study published in Biological Psychology found that frequent intercourse was with low diastolic blood pressure (the bottom or second number in a reading of blood pressure). This study focused on people who are connected to their sexual partners .

Noted more research, a link between partner hugs and lower blood pressure in women.
Increased blood pressure is a risk factor for coronary heart disease, heart attack, kidney disease and stroke.

sex Increases Immunity

Good sexual also mean better physical health. Sex once or twice a month increase levels of  antibody called immunoglobulin A or IgA, which you can count on on preventing, colds and other infections. Scientists of the Wilkes University in Wilkes- protecting been involved in Barre, Pa., took samples of saliva, which contain IgA, from 112 students who reported the frequency of sex.

Those in the "frequent" group - once or twice a week - IgA were higher than those in the other three groups -. That being abstinent reported having sex at least once a week, or very often, three or more times a week

Sex is considered the exercise

"Sex is a great type of exercise," says Patti Britton, PhD, a sex therapist in Los Angeles and president of the American Association of Sexuality Educators and Therapists. It takes work, both physical and psychological perspective, to do it well, she said.

The benefits of sex as a form of exercise are many - sex can improve your cardiovascular health, strength, flexibility and balance, not to mention your emotional health.

Sex improves cardiovascular health

"While some older people may fear that efforts in sex turns could cause a stroke, which is not so, according to researchers from England to see. Was published in a study in the Epidemiology Journal in Community Health, scientists found that the frequency of sex was associated with stroke in the 914 men followed for 20 years.
And the health benefits of sex heart not end there. The researchers also found that having sex twice or more had a week reduces the risk of fatal heart attack by half for men, compared with those who have sex less than once a month.

Sex enhances self-esteem

"Increase self confidence is one of 237 reasons people have sex, collected by researchers at the University of Texas and published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior.
This finding makes sense to doctor., a sex therapist and marriage and family therapist in Cambridge. While noting that those who are already saying that self-esteem, they sometimes still feel better sex. "One of the reasons people say they have sex is to feel good," she say. "Great sex begins with self-esteem, and he throws it. If sex is loving, connected, and what you want, he throws."

Sex Strengthens Connection

"Sex, like any activity that promotes a close and loving relationship with your partner, not only raises self-esteem, but also enhances your overall well-being. Studies have shown that people (including amateur) with social support networks are healthier and happier than their less connected peers.

Sex improves Bond and Trust

"Sex and orgasms increases levels of the hormone oxytocin, the hormone called love Hormone, which helps us bond and build trust. Pittsburgh University researchers and the University of North Carolina evaluated 59 premenopausal Girl before and after warm contact with their husbands and partners ending with hugs. They found that the more contact, the higher the oxytocin.
"Oxytocin allows us to maintain the desire to bind and feel," says Britton.
Higher oxytocin has also been associated with a sense of space. So if you suddenly feel more generous to your partner than usual, credit the love hormone.

Sex relieves pain

"From the hormone oxytocin surges, endorphins increase, and pain decreases. So if you want to improve headaches, arthritis pain, or PMS symptoms seem after sex, you can thank those Higher oxytocin.

Oxytocin - The love hormone

"A study published in the Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine examined the response of the" love hormone "oxytocin on the perception of pain in an experiment with 48 volunteers. The study participants inhaled oxytocin vapor and then had their fingers pricked. Those that had inhaled oxytocin, reduced their pain threshold by more than half.

Sex reduces the risk of prostate cancer

"Frequent ejaculations, especially in 20-something men, may reduce the risk of prostate cancer later in life, Australian researchers reported in the British Journal of Urology International. As they followed men diagnosed prostate cancer and those with no diagnosis, no association they found prostate cancer with the number of sexual partners as the men reached their 30, 40 and 50.
But they found men who had five or more ejaculations weeks while in their 20s reduced their risk of prostate cancer later by a third.

Sex strengthens the pelvic floor muscle

"Known for women, by doing some pelvic floor muscle exercises such as Kegels during sex offers a number of advantages. You can enjoy more fun, and you will also strengthen the region and contribute to reduce the risk of incontinence later in life minimized.
For a basic Kegel exercise, pelvic floor muscles to tighten, as if you try to stop the flow of urine. Count to three, then release.

Benefits of Kegel exercises

"Kegel exercises have to do a number of health benefits, in addition to more fun sex. Strengthening the pelvic floor muscle can prevent prolapse (slippage) of the vagina, uterus and the bladder. Pelvic floor muscles can in later life as a result of childbearing, obesity, aging and weakened. Kegel exercises help to offset the impact of the weakened pelvic floor muscles.

Sex helps you sleep better

"The oxytocin released during orgasm also promotes sleep, according to a study.
And getting enough sleep has been linked to a host of other goodies, such as maintaining a healthy weight and blood pressure. Something to think about, especially if you ever wondered why your husband can be active one minute and snoring the next.

Sex Physical exercise promotes sleep

"The component of physical sex activity can also help you relax and sleep better, in addition to hormonal effects. People who tend to exercise regularly sleep better and have a more restful sleep. From Moreover, as in the first half saw this slideshow, sex is a good way to get exercise.
"Keep in mind that sex is good for you in a way you imagined, and the health benefits that exceed the good room." *


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