(A)Helps Keep Your Immune System buzzing
People who have sex have higher levels of what defends your body against germs, viruses, and other intruders. Researchers at California University found that college students who had sex once or twice a week had higher levels of the a certain antibody compared to students who had sex less often.
You should still do all the other things that make your immune system happy, such as:
- Eat right and in good quanitity.
- Stay active.
- Get enough sleep.
- Keep up with your vaccinations.
- Use a condom and other precautions if you don’t know both of your STD
(B)Boosts Your Libido
Longing for a more lively sex life? “Having sex will make sex better and will improve your libido.For women, having sex ups vaginal lubrication, blood flow, and elasticity.
(C)Improves Women’s Bladder Control
A strong pelvic floor is important for avoiding incontinence, something that will affect about 50% of women at some point in their lives.
Good sex is like a exercise for your pelvic floor muscles. When you have an orgasm, it causes contractions in those muscles, which strengthens them.
(D) Lowers Your Blood Pressure
Research suggests a link between sex and lower blood pressure.
There have been many studies that says. “One landmark study found that sexual intercourse specifically (not masturbation) lowered systolic blood pressure.” That’s the first number on your blood pressure test
(E)Counts as Exercise
“Sex is a really great form of exercise,” Peter says. It won’t replace the treadmill, but it counts for something.
Sex uses about five calories per minute, four more calories than watching TV. It gives you a one-two punch: It bumps up your heart rate and uses various muscles.
So get busy! You may even want to clear your schedule to make time for it on a regular basis. “Like with exercise, consistency helps maximize the benefits,” Pinzone says.
(F)Lowers Heart & cardiac Attack /stroke Risk
Having sex more often may help. During one study, men who had sex at least twice a week were half as likely to die of heart disease as men who had sex rarely.
Before you reach for an pain killer medicine, try for an orgasm.
“Orgasm can block pain,” says Simon s nightmare, PhD, a distinguished service professor at Rutgers, the State University of New York. It releases a hormone that helps raise your pain threshold.Stimulation without orgasm can also do the trick. “We’ve found that vaginal stimulation can block chronic back and leg pain, and many women have told us that genital self-stimulation can reduce menstrual cramps, arthritic pain, and in some cases even headache,” Komisaruk says.
(H)May Make Prostate Cancer Less Likely
Men who ejaculated frequently (at least 21 times a month) were less likely to get prostate cancer.You don’t need a partner to reap this benefit: Sexual intercourse, nocturnal emission, and masturbation were all part of the equation.It’s not clear that sex was the only reason that mattered in that study. Lots of factors affect cancer risk. But more sex won’t hurt.
You may nod off more quickly after sex, and for good reason.“After orgasm, the hormone prolactin is released, which is responsible for the feelings of relaxation and sleepiness.
(J). Eases Stress
Being close to your partner can soothe stress and anxiety.
Sex and intimacy can boost your self-esteem and happiness, too, Ambardar says. It’s not only a prescription for a healthy life, but a happy one.