They are pretty good reasons.
Sex not only feels good (depending on who you’re doing it with and how you’re having it) but there are also a number of great health benefits that you can get from having it regularly and here are 9 amazing ones that you should be aware of.
Having regular sex helps to keep your libido up. According to WebMD, for women regular sex helps increase vaginal lubrication which obviously makes sex feel good; thus making you want it more.
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If the gym just isn’t doing it for you from a stress reliever stand point, then you need to work it out between the sheets.
Being intimate by touching and hugging helps to release your body’s feel good hormone. Being sexually aroused releases a brain chemical that increases the brain’s pleasure and reward system.
The whole point of relieving stress is so that you feel god so what better way to do it than to have sex.
According to sex expert, Yvonne Fulbright, “Sexually active people take fewer sick days”.
A research done by Wilkes University in Pennyslvania, students that had sex once or twice a week had higher levels of a particular antibody that helps fight germs and viruses.
No more tinkling on yourself ladies because having regular sex strengthens your pelvic floor muscles. This happens during orgasm when your pelvic muscles contract helping to strengthen them.
Having regular sex balances your estrogen and testosterone levels. If one of those hormones is lower than the other, it can cause serious problems with one of those being heart diseases.
A study discovered that “men who had sex at least twice a week were half as likely to die of heart disease as men who had sex rarely’.
Talk about a fun way to get rid of some calories. Apparently when you have sex, you lose about five calories per minute.
And just with everything in life, practice always makes perfect.
Having trouble sleeping? The answer is as simple as having sex.
Psychiatrist, Sheenie Ambardar, says: “After orgasm, the hormone prolactin is released, which is responsible for the feelings of relaxation and sleepiness after sex.”
When you have an orgasm, there is a hormone that is released that helps increase your pain threshold.
Men who ejaculate at least 21 times a month are reportedly less likely to get prostate cancer. This is according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.