Have sex: your health will only benefit

The effects of an active sex life are incredible, to say the least.

Although it is still one of the great contemporary taboos, sex has gained some kind of a moral relief over the last years, while more and more studies are developed about this habit that is innate to the human condition and, because of that, it shouldn’t be ignored. We will show you some extra advantages of sex that you probably did not know.

More sex, more libido

It seems obvious, but the more sexual relations you have the more sexual desire you’ll have. Also, your sexual life will improve based on the increase of intimacy and experience.

Physical activity? Sex makes you work out

Practice sports to improve or maintain good physical shape is important, and sex can help you do that. It’s not a substitute for crossfit or running and is not as demanding as these, but the truth is that sex burns calories and exercises muscles.

Incontinence, push it away

Female orgasms strengthen the pelvis and thus the more it happens the more it avoids the probability of female incontinence to occur.

Pain will be a forgotten memory

Orgasms release hormones that block the sensation of pain, whatever it may be, according to numerous researches and studies that have been carried out in recent years all over the world.

Have sex: your heart will appreciate it!

While increases heart rate, it strengthens the most important muscle in the human body and sex also manages levels of estrogen and testosterone in the body. A whole lot of perks.

An effective immune system

Recently, a study from the University of Pennsylvania in the United States, concluded that people who have sex once or twice a week have less sick days per year than those who have sex sporadically.

Prevents prostate cancer

Most recent statistics say that men who ejaculate more than 21 times a month are much less likely to develop prostate cancer.

Lower blood pressure

Excellent news to the heart’s health: with sex, blood pressure decreases, and with it the risk of strokes or heart disease.

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