The health benefits of getting down and dirty

We all know having regular sex comes with its own perks and benefits the main one being that it puts a spring in your step and ready to face the day as well as plastering a big fat grin across your face. However, we do not realise just how deep having regular sex is and the other benefits it brings, such as stress reduction to lowering chances of cancer and heart issues. Recent studies show that a regular sex life can boost your wellbeing, this is because like many other physical activities it can actually increase your life span. 

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  • Immunity

Just two times a week of great sex can help boost your immune system. Psychological Reports researched and found that people or couples who are having sex twice a week had 30% more IgA, this is an antibody that shows how strong our immune system is, compared to those that do not. However, lets also remember that those who are having sex regularly especially with different partner are at higher risk of infections, so let’s be safe people. 

  • Cardiovascular 

We have always been told that physical activities are good for the heart and sex is no different (although I doubt your PE teacher told you this). Ideally, we should aim to exercise five times a week to keep our ticker happy. We recommend a mix of working out and sex is a good way of maintaining a healthy body, heart and lifestyle. Here is a little fun fact for you: Being turned on increases your heart rate and having an orgasm will peak your heart beats per minute when having an orgasm. A study was published in the American Journal of Cardiology which showed that men in their 50’s who have sex twice or more a week have a lower chance of heart disease.

  • Low Blood Pressure 

Having an orgasm is the best way to keep your blood pressure down, this is because whilst climaxing you are practically brain dead. A study in the Netherland shows that women during an orgasm have no negative emotions eg fear or anxiety. Oxytocin is a hormone that is linked to intimacy and only released by the body whilst being intimate and as a result this treasure of a hormone will reduce stress. Ultimately all we can say is that better sex makes for better blood pressure, so keep working at your sex life with your partner, prevent it from becoming monotone or boring and as a result your blood pressure will thank you for it.

  • Sleep

In the UK around 16 million adults suffer from some sort of sleep problem or disorder, but we have a secret for you! All this can be solved by having regular sex. During sexy time the brain will release a mix of chemicals known as oxytocin, dopamine and endorphin, when the three are all mixed together, they will leave you feeling ready for dream land. When engaging in sexual activities women will also have high estrogen levels, and there are many studies to show that this will lead to an enhanced REM cycle. In men after having an orgasm the prefrontal cortex, which is an area of the brain that helps keep you alert will shut down meaning that after they ‘cum’ they will be ready to sleep, this is why we can’t seem to have serious conversation with men after sex…it all makes sense now!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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