sleep quality

Improves sleep quality

Have you noticed that after sex, pleasant fatigue overwhelms the body, and your eyes just want to close? It turns out that sex is a good helper on the way to quality sleep.

According to the US National Sleep Foundation, orgasms release prolactin, a hormone that makes us feel relaxed and sleepy.

Therefore, do not be surprised if you and your partner want to fall asleep after making love. Another study found that women who went to bed after having sex had a strong desire for sex the next day.

So sex will not only make you sleep sweeter at night, but will also improve your libido!

Reduces stress

When the hair is already shedding from stress, sex is probably not among the options for doing things to reduce it.

However, it is worth a try, and perhaps in proximity to your partner, all problems will seem solvable. Sex promotes the production of endorphins in our body, which reduces anxiety and sensitivity to pain.

In addition, having sex during times of stress prevents your blood pressure from rising.

burn calories

Burns calories

Of course, having sex is not like intense fitness training or long distance running, but if you indulge in the pleasures of love for at least an hour, it is possible to burn about 275 calories.

And we can’t deny – having sex is much more fun than squatting 50 times. Any kind of physical activity promotes the development and function of the respiratory organs, thus the body is supplied with more oxygen.

Improves cardiovascular health

A 2015 study found that men who had sex two or more times a week had a lower risk of having a heart attack in the future than men who had sex once a month or even less often.

Relieves pain

If you want to reject your loved one’s call, because once again the head is torn by pain, think about this decision again!

During orgasm, the amount of the love hormone oxytocin in the blood increases, which reduces pain, lowers blood pressure and increases libido.

Although pain relief through orgasm is more questionable than medication, the analgesic effect, although small, is felt much more quickly.

improve immunity

Improves immunity

Studies show that people who have sex two to three times a week have much higher levels of immunoglobulin A (IgA) in their bodies than people who have sex less than once a week or do not at all.

Immunoglobulin A is a very important factor in the mucous membrane immune system that protects people from colds and flu.

The elixir of youth

Instead of using the myriad serums and other cosmetics that promise on the label to help turn back a few years ago, have sex at least four times a week!

A study by David Vick, a Scottish researcher and neuropsychologist, shows that people who indulge in the joys of love every other day look 10 years younger than they really are.

Also helps your partner

A study by Harvard Medical School found that the more often a man has ejaculation, the less likely he is to have prostate cancer.

Frequent ejaculation can reduce the risk of prostate cancer by up to 33%, and the optimal frequency of ejaculation is 21 times a month.

Regular ejaculation helps to empty the prostate, which prevents the prostate ducts from clogging, preventing inflammation, which is often one cause of prostate cancer.

strengthen relationship

Strengthens relationships

Sex will not solve all your disagreements and problems, but it will help keep the relationship healthy, because all the above benefits will affect not only you but also your partners, improving your well-being and emotional intimacy.

Couples who have a healthy and frequent sex experience divorce much less often.

Can there be too much sex?

While sex has many benefits that are reflected in our health and well-being, we must remember that we must never go to extremes.

Listen to your body and have as much sex as your body wants!

If your body wants a break from this activity, your body will warn you – vaginal irritation and dryness may appear, as well as swelling of the labia, which will make sex painful and unpleasant.

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